Benedicite Omnia Opera is the canticle from The Book of Common Prayer which gives people - wherever their faith may lie - the opportunity to 'Praise Him and magnify Him for ever' and to sing of the whole of Creation.

The book gives the artist, Alyson MacNeill, an opportunity to use large, rich linocuts to sing these praises and the 70 and 30 point Garamond Italic type links the images following a different design on each page.

Editions & Inscriptions

Copies of the Main Edition are Signed by the artist.

Garamond type. Printed on St. Cuthbert's Mill all-rag mould-made paper, the text printed on a Victoria platen press and the illustrations on a Vandercook proofing press. 49 linocuts. Bound with sand-coloured cloth spine, titled in gilt, and Canson Ingres paper covered boards printed in red with a design by the artist. Slipcase covered in grey cloth, sides covered in grey Ingres paper with repeat linocut design by the artist, printed in midnight blue.

Benedicite Omnia Opera

Published in 1987

64 pp.

310 x 200mm (12.2 x 7.9in)

Editions & Availability

225 copies were printed of the Main Edition at £150 each.

The Main Edition is no longer available.


Special Editions are not available.