Wood Turning in North American Since 1930, signed book

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This publication traces the 20th century transformation of wood turning from a technical process considered ideal for manual training to a sophisticated art form concerned with aesthetics and personal expression. The exhibition and catalog were a collaborative effort between The Center for Art in Wood, Yale University Art Gallery, and the Yale University Department of the History of Art. The 192-page book includes 157 color illustrations with analytic captions of all 134 works in the exhibition, glossary, index, biographies of the 67 artists in the exhibition, an index of important exhibitions of wood turning and an extensive bibliography.

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This publication traces the 20th century transformation of wood turning from a technical process considered ideal for manual training to a sophisticated art form concerned with aesthetics and personal expression. The exhibition and catalog were a collaborative effort between The Center for Art in Wood, Yale University Art Gallery, and the Yale University Department of the History of Art. The 192-page book includes 157 color illustrations with analytic captions of all 134 works in the exhibition, glossary, index, biographies of the 67 artists in the exhibition, an index of important exhibitions of wood turning and an extensive bibliography.

Limited edition hardbound Wood Turning in North America
Since 1930 | Signed by the curatorial team.
Limited Supply | First Come, First Served.

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Weight5 lbs
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Softcover, Hardcover

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