Wilmington, Ohio: Clinton County Historical Society, 1966. Hardcover. Terracotta cloth/boards with bw image and black lettering. 100 pp. with occasional bw images. VG, clean and tight contents; light general shelf wear to cover; art school ex-lib. copy with usual marks. Item #157569
The life story of Ohio Quaker artist, Eli Harvey, known for his stunning sculptures of both wild and domestic animals. Includes a foreword by Norman Rockwell, a list of illustrations, and an epilogue by his wife, Edith.