New York / Detroit: Hudson Hills Press / Founders Society, Detroit Institute of Arts, 1989.
Softcover. 152 pages.
Very Good. Minor edge wear.
Essays by Davira S. Taragin, Edward S. Cooke Jr., Joseph Giovannini.
The book reproduces the artist’s most important works, including clocks and trompe l’oeil pieces, in full-color plates, including many details and multiple views. Also includes black-and-white illustrations of working drawings by Castle and works by artists who have influenced him as well as other fine artists and architects who have designed furniture. Wendell Castle has written, especially for this volume, an essay on commissions.