Washington, D.C. Dimock Gallery George Washington University, 1971. First edition. Staplebound Wraps. Octavo, pp. 30, illustrated with b/w photographs. New. Item #20462
This brochure was published in conjunction with an exhibit by the same name, that took place at the Dimock Gallery at George Washington University in Washington DC in 1971. Blacksmith Samuel Yellin created whimsical gargoyles and fantasy-like flower forms, all wrought from a bar of fibrous metal. His masterful work can be seen throughout the United States; in Washington DC at Dumbarton Oaks and the National Cathedral. Philadelphia, the home of Samuel Yellin, is fortunate to have the Samuel Yellin Museum, which houses his metal collection. This catalog includes archival photos of his studio as well as examples of his work.