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CATHERINE STOCK PAPERS

Collection Number
Collection Date
Collection Volume
DG0943
1980
.60 cu.ft. (1 box)

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Provenance

Donated by Catherine Stock in 1981.

Restrictions

Non-circulating; available for research.

Copyright

This collection is protected by the Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, U. S. Code). Reproductions can be made only if they are to be used for "private study, scholarship, or research." It is the user's responsibility to verify copyright ownership and to obtain all necessary permissions prior to the reproduction, publication, or other use of any portion of these materials, other than that noted above.


Biographical Sketch

Catherine Stock was born on November 26, 1952 to a career diplomat and his artist wife in Stockholm, Sweden. Stock received her Bachelor of Fine Arts at the University of Cape Town in 1974, post-graduate certification in education from the University of London in 1976, and her Master of Arts from the Pratt Institute in 1978. Stock's career has included time spent as a lecturer in drawing, art history and children's literature as well as an art director and designer for several large publishing firms. Among them are the Putnam Publishing Group, Macmillian Publishing Company, and Houghton Mifflin.

Stock authored and illustrated a number of children's books, notably Emma's Dragon Hunt (Lothrop 1984), a "Reading Rainbow" selection. Besides writing and illustrating her own books, she provided artwork for over thirty books for juveniles.

Stock told Something about the Author that she remains a shy, quiet person who prefers books and painting as her contribution to the world and that her own stories reflect periods of her life spent in France, England, South Africa, the United States, and Hong Kong.

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Scope and Content

Included in this collection are twenty color separations for The Princess and the Pumpkin as well as the original illustration for the dust jacket. Most of the separations bear the art editor's marks instructing the printer about placement, gutters, and color choice. Together, these separations demonstrate the process by which illustrations come to press and offer some insight regarding how publishers position text and illustrations in such a way as to maintain the story's natural flow.



Related Collection

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Series and Subseries


A. Book


Box Inventory


    Box/Folder

A. Book

THE PRINCESS AND THE PUMPKIN, written and illustrated by Catherine Stock (New York: Lothrop 1980). 1/1-1/3 Color separations and typeset text; 1/1 Dust jacket layout with text, dust jacket color separation (4 pieces), color separation for front flap (4 pieces), pg. 1 (4 pieces), title page (pg. 2) and pg. 3 (4 pieces), dedication page (pg. 14) and pg. 5 (4 pieces), pgs. 6-7 (4 pieces), pgs. 8-9 (4 pieces), pgs. 10-11 (4 pieces); 1/2 pgs. 12-13 (4 pieces), pgs. 14-15 (4 pieces), pgs. 16-17 (4 pieces), pgs. 18-19 (4 pieces), pgs. 20-21 (4 pieces), pgs. 22-23 (4 pieces), pgs. 24-25 (4 pieces); 1/3 pgs. 26-27 (4 pieces), pgs. 28-29 (4 pieces), pgs. 30-31 (4 pieces), pgs. 32 (4 pieces), typeset text and illustration prepared for front and back flap (1 piece).

Processed: November 1, 1994.
Revised: July 2001

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