THE WEST WING
The Works of Edward Gorey
News & Events
Another cache of original artwork Gorey produced for the theatre is up for auction Sept 29 at Swann Galleries in Manhattan.
Sam and Emma is republished by Dover, with re-shot artwork, allowing it to shine the way it should have in 1971.
Elegant Enigmas, the Art of Edward Gorey, continues touring Japan. Developed by the Brandywine Museum in 2009, the exhibition is currently showing at the Shimonoseki City Art Museum (Sept 8 - Oct 23). Also visit Shimomoseki on Facebook for a slightly different perspective. Stop by our East Wing for more details.
If you're still curious, visit MOE's Edward Gorey page for the latest announcements (in Japanese).
UPDATE: Three more museums have been added to the 'Elegant Enigmas' tour in Japan. Stay tuned for announcements of additional venues.
MÉLANGE FUNESTE re-appears, from Pomegranate.
Christopher Seufert's Edward Gorey documentary is set for early 2017. Visit the Edward Gorey film project's Facebook page for details.
But I Thought It Was a First Edition
To help separate the wheat from the reprints, peruse the illustrated bibliography of Gorey's primary works. View alphabetically or chronologically.
Desperately Seeking Gorey
Look for the Serious Collectors link in our illustrated bibliography pages. Makes finding scarcities a tad too easy.
One-click searching for eBay, Abebooks, and Amazon!
Give the Gift of Gorey
Who sells all those bat tees, posters, lunch boxes, sterling silver Doubtful Guest pins, calendars, and of course - books? Find out at the Edward Gorey Marketplace. Open 24/7.
..Nelsen's Sam and Emma
..His Cover Art & Design
..The Tunnel Calamity
..EGH 'Aesop to Updike' exhibit coming...
..EGH Envelope exhibit in 2012
..Elegant Enigmas tours America
..Edward Gorey House in 2010
Guest reviews & interviews:
..Peter Neumeyer at the Cartoon Art Museum
..John Carollo on 'Musings' exhibit
..Kevin McDermott and 'Elephant House'
Original Gorey Art!
It's where the special goods are kept. Now, booksellers are bringing original Gorey art out to the electronic frontier. Come in, and take a look.
Those Paperback Covers!
Since 1953, Gorey designed and illustrated dozens of mass market paperback covers. See over 60 covers on exhibit.
The Play's the Thing
Seen by few, Gorey's theatrical productions live on in the art he used to promote them. Works commissioned for other theatrical productions on view as well.
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