Soul Of A Tree, The: A Master Woodworkers Reflections

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"An impressive book that effectively conveys the textural qualities and sensitivity of this master craftsman's use of wood" --The New York Times "Today's increasing reverence for nature, truth, simplicity and the independent spirit makes the life, work and philosophy of George Nakashima especially meaningful."--Town & Country "From [Nakashima's] tables and chairs flows the unadorned beauty of the rhythms of nature."--Smithsonian "George Nakashima, the foremost master of the craft."--Time "Part woodworking manual, part philosophical journal, this book is as unique as author and woodworking legend George Nakashima's exquisite furniture." --This Old House magazine "An impressive book that effectively conveys the textural qualities and sensitivity of this master craftsman's use of wood" -The New York Times "Today's increasing reverence for nature, truth, simplicity and the independent spirit makes the life, work and philosophy of George Nakashima especially meaningful."-Town & Country "From [Nakashima's] tables and chairs flows the unadorned beauty of the rhythms of nature."-Smithsonian "George Nakashima, the foremost master of the craft."-Time "Part woodworking manual, part philosophical journal, this book is as unique as author and woodworking legend George Nakashima's exquisite furniture." -This Old House magazine "An impressive book that effectively conveys the textural qualities and sensitivity of this master craftsman's use of wood" -The New York Times "Today's increasing reverence for nature, truth, simplicity and the independent spirit makes the life, work and philosophy of George Nakashima especially meaningful."-Town & Country "From [Nakashima's] tables and chairs flows the unadorned beauty of the rhythms of nature."-Smithsonian "George Nakashima, the foremost master of the craft."-Time "Part woodworking manual, part philosophical journal, this book is as unique as author and woodworking legend George Nakashima's exquisite furniture." -This Old House magazine

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On a farmlike compound near New Hope, Pennsylvania, George Nakashima, his family, and fellow wood-workers create exquisite furniture from richly grained, rare timber. Tables, desks, chairs, and cabinets from this simple workshop grace the homes and mansions and executive boardrooms of people who prize such excellence. In this lavishly illustrated volume, George Nakashima allows us in intimate look at his artistry, his philosophy, his life. It is the portrait of an artisan who strives to find the ideal use for each plank in order to create an object of utility to'

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