American Wildlife Art
In American Wildlife Art, scholar and curator David J. Wagner tells the story of this popular genre's history, shaped by four centuries of cultural events and aesthetic and ideological trends, from its beginnings in colonial times to the monumental works of the present day. Written by David J. Wagner, Hardcover, 425 pages. *** 30% off regular price $75.00
An Atlas of Animal Anatomy for Artists
Here are 288 remarkably lifelike drawings of animals. So detailed and so accurate are these drawings that this book has long been a classic work of its kind. The animals are shown in three ways: external full views and dozens of details (paws, head, eyes, legs, etc.); beneath-the-skin drawings of musculature and of the positions and insertions of each muscle; and skeleton drawings of the bone structures that support and determine surface contours and configurations. In addition, special cross-sections dissect those portions of the animal-such as the head and limbs-that are most important to the artist. Authors Ellenberger-Dittrich-Baum (151 pages)
Animal Anatomy for Artists
From horses and cats to elephants and birds - the definitive reference on animal anatomy for painters, sculptors, and illustrators. In-depth information about the most commonly depicted animals, presented in a logical and easily understood format. 500+ original drawings and 70+ photographs. Written by Eliot Goldfinger. 233 pages
Kent Ullberg: Monuments to Nature
This book is the exciting documentation of an artistic odyssey. By bringing together ancient Greco-Roman respect for anatomy with a contemporary sense of composition, Ullberg has successfully used animal imagery to create architectural statements that reverberates on many levels. Written by Todd Wilkinson. 133 pages.
Modelling and Sculpting Animals
This book gives clear, detailed pictures that will be helpful for the beginning artist sculpting or drawing animals. Also provided is information and instruction directed at serious artists interested in monumental sculpture, particularly in the historical context. Written by Edouard Lanteri, 233 pages.
Spirit of the Wild Things the Art of Sandy Scott
In this lavishly illustrated treasure of sculptures and etchings, words and pictures intertwine to reveal both the substance and the style of a sculptor who lives the life she depicts. By Sandy Scott, essays by Brooks Joyner, Susan Hallsten McGarry, and Robin Salmon. Forewords by Bill Kerr and Bob Kuhn. 109 Color and 65 Black-and-White Illustrations. 190 pages. **** 25% off regular price