THE STORY OF PERKIN IN THE WOOD.
London: Hew B. Thall at The Stonebridge Press, 1912. , 18 pages. Illustrated with four full-page plates hand-coloured by the author. Original cloth-backed boards with a title label to the upper panel. 238 x 178 mm. Number 39 of a limited edition printed on hand-made paper. First edition. Little wear to corners, else a very good copy. Rare. Veronica Mary Whall (1887–1967) was an important stained glass artist, painter, and illustrator associated with the Arts and Crafts Movement. Her father, Christopher Whall, was the leader of the Arts and Crafts Movement in stained glass. She was educated in the techniques of painting and stained glass making in her father's studio-workshop. She later became his studio assistant and designer for his studio in 1914. In 1922, Whall and her father co-founded a stained-glass studio together, which she managed for nearly thirty years after his death in 1924. The Story of Peterkin in the Wood was printed by her brother Hew B. Whall.