Edited by James Howard Fraser and Eleanor Friedl, with a biographical essay by Catherine Tyler Brody, 2001.
The career of master wood-engraver John DePol is celebrated in this large, handsome volume, which describes in impressive detail DePol’s large body of illustrative work–books, pamphlets, prints, and keepsakes. The illustrations, many in color, serve to show that although he was essentially self-taught, DePol is indeed the “consummate artist.”
Printed letterpress by James Wehlage of the Tuscan Press, Novato, CA. 12 ¼ x 9 ¼ inches. 162 pp. Edition 400 copies.