Wainwright Memories. SIGNED.
Wainwright Memories chronicles three little-known stories involving Alfred Wainwright that occurred over three consecutive years, 1988-90. Written by Chris, and based on reminiscences by publisher Andrew Nichol and includes illustrative maps by Chris Jesty. Each copy will be SIGNED by the author.
The Scotland Trip: Alfred Wainwright loved Scotland and visited regularly. A close friendship had developed with his publishing manager, Andrew Nichol, and Wainwright decided to invite him on his next holiday, along with their wives.
The Unfinished Book: Wainwright started work on a new book to complement his best-selling guidebook, A Coast to Coast Walk. It was intended for those who prefer to meander and sightsee rather than tackle the hills, but would it ever come to fruition?
The Langdale Shoot: Andrew wanted some new photographs of Wainwright to be preserved as part of his legacy. Their good friend Ken Shepherd would be the photographer for one of Wainwright’s final photo shoots in the Lake District.
Presented in a laminated dust jacket, the book comprises 220 pages printed on high-quality photographic paper. It is beautifully bound in real cloth with gold foil blocking.
The book is now available for a reduced price leading up to Christmas, making this book the perfect festive gift for any Wainwright enthusiast.
Also included, for a limited period, is a complementary SIGNED copy of the book that inspired Chris’ book – Behind the Scenes with Wainwright by Andrew Nichol.
Early praise for Wainwright Memories:
“The author of this pictorial account of three lesser-known stories associated with the legendary fellwanderer Alfred Wainwright could lay the claim to the title of being his greatest aficionado.” – Roly Smith. Writer, editor and media consultant, and Member of the Outdoor Writers’ and Photographers’ Guild.
“Giving fascinating insights into Wainwright’s latter years, this book is a great tribute to the man and his work and a must for all Wainwright collectors.” – Paula Connelly.
“Reproducing rare original photographs and newly commissioned illustrative mapwork from Chris Jesty, the book is a visual treat with added insights into Wainwright’s methods and knowledge of the landscape.” – Cumbria Life.
“Whether the reader has an existing interest in the great Alfred Wainwright or just wants a good read, this book will be of interest. Wonderful detail of three little-known stories beautifully accompanied by some wonderful photographs.” – Glen Pilkington.
“The recreation of many scenes through description and images bring the stories to life and reflect the participants’ enthusiasm and attention to detail in describing these “Memories”. – Brian Tappenden.
Author/Publisher: Chris Butterfield
Printer: Titus Wilson, Kendal
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