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January 20, 2009

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Martin Frost

It's good to see that the National Heritage Museum has a webpage put over to Fore-edge Painting.
This aspect of bookart has for too long been a 'Cinderella' and needs to come out from the hearth and be appreciated by book lovers everywhere.
For more information about today's work in this field including commissions as presentation gifts, go to the website shown above.
Martin (foredge)Frost

Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library

Martin, Nice to hear from you. I came across your name and work many times researching this piece. I look forward to hearing more about your Masonic work and will be in touch.

thanks,

Kathy

martin Frost

You may be interested to know that over the 35 years I have decorated the edges of books (well over 3000 items in all) I have Fore-edge Painted a few Masonic examples.

Contact me at

www.foredgefrost.co.uk

for more details

Martin Frost

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