Against the Grain: Mad Artist Wallace Wood
Bhob Stewart, Bill Pearson, Roger Hill
TwoMorrows Publishing, 2003 - Art - 326 pages
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Nicola Cuti--As a former Wood assistant and contributor to Bhob's book it would be impossible for me to give an objective review of the book but allow me to say here is a beautiful cross section of Woody's work showing why many, myself included, call him a genius. From his early boyhood sketches to the brilliance of his later work you can see the development of his art and through the stories of those who knew him you will also encounter the troubled genius and get a peek at the ghosts who haunted him. Bhob worked on this book for a very long time, with great dedication. You won't find a better book on the subject of Wallace Allen Wood, his art and life then right here.