A Manual Of Wood Carving
List Price: $20.00
Publisher: The Toolemera Press
Binding: Trade Paper
Size: 3.94" wide x 70.08" long x 100.00" tall
A Manual of Wood Carving, by Charles G. Leland, revised by John J. Holtzapffel, 1891, was a highly regarded and widely popular self-educational craft book of the 19th century Arts & Crafts movement. Embracing the naturalistic themes of William Morris and others, Leland introduced the public to wood carving as an expressive art form for use on purely decorative as well as on functional forms such as furniture, tankards and platters. The Toolemera Press Classic Reprint of A Manual Of Wood Carving is a true facsimile reproduced from the original book in our personal library.
Ira S. Griffith was a leading educator in the Manual Arts Educational Movement. Trained by Charles Bennett, the founder of the movement, Griffith formulated many of the theories around which class instructions were planned. He wrote a number of influential books on both theory and applied Manual Arts in schools.
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