The sculptor speaks. Jacob Epstein to Arnold L.Haskell. A series of conversations on art.
London, William Heinemann Ltd 1931.
8vo. xiii + (1) + 192pp, 34 photo plates. Publisher’s cloth. No ownership inscription, but Roderick Gradidge’s copy.
Effectively an analysis by the sculptor Jacob Epstein of his own artistic achievement up to 1931 , expressed in the form of a dialogue between Epstein and the art critic Arnold Haskell. It includes the earliest reliable list of Epstein’s sculptural work from 1907 onwards.