Dunsyre: Wild Hawthorn Press, 1975.
15.2 x 20cm, 2pp. A photograph of a garden stone plaque with Albert Durer’s well known monogram. Title of the work is after Durer’s famous watercolour painting “The Great Piece of Turf” from 1503 which shows a bunch of wild flowers. The placing of the plaque is like most sitings in Stonypath (now Little Sparta) great considered and the photograph shows how it is next to a group of uncultured wild plants. Photo by Michael McQueen, the sculpture who worked to Finlay’s instruction was John Andrew. This was the first of three cards which all show garden scenes. VG+.
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