New York: Granary Books, 2009. First edition. One of 40 numbered copies signed by Ashbery & Winkfield (the entire edition). "Though it may have ended up looking like a child's coloring book (albeit one that's already been colored using Technicolor crayons), my original intention was to produce an updated Codex Amiatinus painted by Northumberland monks in the seventh century, not far from where I grew up in the North of England. So much for intentions... though Ashbery's poem has long struck me as liturgical. Is that bowler-hatted bird actually Thomas Traherne? And can that pretty butterfly really be the soul escaping from the body? I've tried to leave my images open to as many interpretations as every single one of Ashbery's words." - Trevor Winkfield. As new. Large, oblong 4to, full-page illustrations in colors by Trevor Winkfield, original cloth over boards, color onlay on both covers, publisher's acetate dust jacket.