This 104-page catalogue with over fifty color plates, features images of world wildlife subjects by thirty-six of the foremost American and Canadian artists in the field including Douglas Allen, Robert Bateman, Carel Brest can Kempen, Guy Coheleach, Steve Kestrel, Kay Jackson, Lanford Monroe, Lindsay Scott, John Schoenherr, and Kent Ullberg. Depicting birds, mammals, and sealife from Africa, Europe, and North America, the works capture the beauty and rarity or their subjects. The catalogue includes an essay by William H. Gerdts, who surveys the history of American wildlife imagery from the sixteenth through the early twentieth century and an essay by David Wagner, who discusses the roots of contemporary wildlife art. Biographical essays on each artist follow by Carol Lowrey and Lisa N. Peters.
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