A Reverence for Wood Book
Artist, philosopher and historian Eric Sloane is widely credited as the foremost authority on Early American rural architecture and tools.
- His works, which are filled with his elegant pen-and-ink drawings, are considered vital historical sources on their respective subjects.
- Originally published in the 1950s and 1960s, many have been out of print for years - and we're pleased to help give them the recognition they deserve.
- Beautifully and thoughtfully underscores the important role of wood in the development of American life and culture.
- "From cradle to coffin," Sloane explores the resourcefulness of early pioneers and their use of this precious commodity.
- Topics include the aesthetics of wood, wooden implements and carpentry.
- 11" x 8-5/16", 110 pp.