This book, Memoirs of An American Artist – Sculptor Richard W. Bock, presents the life of artist, Richard W. Bock. Bock is known for his monumental works and his association with the mid-west architects, especially Frank Lloyd Wright. This book began as an autobiography while Bock was in failing health. The book was completed and edited by his daughter, Dorathi Bock Pierre.
This hardcover book is in good condition. This red-cloth hardcover book comes with a dust jacket. The book has lightly bumped corners. The jacket shows a small amount of wear at the edges and corners. The back cover of the jacket is lightly soiled. This book is otherwise clean and the interior is unmarked.
This special copy has a pasted sheet attached to the front free open endpaper. The page contains a message from Greenville College, the home of the Museum of Richard W. Bock.
This book contains 154 pages and includes several black-and-white illustrations, notes and an epilogue.
Title: Memoirs of an American Artist – Sculptor Richard W. Bock
Editor: Dorathi Bock Pierre
Publisher: C.C. Publishing Company
Place: Los Angeles, CA
Date of Publication: 1991
Number of Pages: 154
Dimensions: 7.75 x 10.5 inches