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  1. PREHISTORIC MAN
    $75.00

    Prehistoric Man features a 45-page history by Prof. Augusta, accompanied by 52 full-page color plates from paintings by Zdenek Burian, with each plate having a facing page of explanatory text. Covering the various stages in the development of early man, from Java Man to the late paleolithic period -- man as hunter, gatherer, artist, tool user, with information on burial customs, magic and religious rites, etc. Learn More
  2. SPECTRUM Volume 5
    $25.00

    Spectrum 5, originally published in 1998 and now in its third edition, celebrates world-class fantasy art in a variety of media. Each work was selected by an award-winning jury of artists, designers, and art directors, and each image includes the size, title, and medium employed. Artists include such masters as Don Maitz, Michael Whelan, Jeffrey Jones, Alex Ross, Barry Windsor-Smith, David Bowers, Greg Spalenka, Kent Williams, Rick Berry, John Jude Palencar, and James Gurney. Learn More
  3. VISIONS OF ADVENTURE
    $50.00

    This collection contains examples of the work of Howard Pyle, N.C. Wyeth, and four other exceptional painters from the Brandywine school of illustration, which opened in 1900. The 45-plus color illustrations, selected from magazines and books published throughout the 20th century, are accompanied by commentary discussing each work and illustrator. Five sections present chivalry, pirates, the American Indian, the frontier, and the art of illustration. Edited by art collector Dell in association with Walt Reed, who has chronicled the history of American illustration in several books and articles. Learn More
  4. SIRENS CHRIS ACHILLEOS
    $25.00

    One of the most popular fantasy artists in the world, Chris Achilleos' near photo-realistic paintings of fantasy, science fiction, stunning women and nature in all its forms have illustrated hundreds of books, magazines and posters for almost 40 years. Sirens collects the cream of Achilleos' illustrations, including Doctor Who and Star Trek, movies, Amazons, fighting fantasy and pin-ups, accompanied by a discussion of the artist's techniques and influences, in a feast for the eyes. Learn More
  5. SIRENS CHRIS ACHILLEOS SIGNED

    Regular Price: $75.00

    Sale Price $55.00

    One of the most popular fantasy artists in the world, Chris Achilleos has created near photo-realistic paintings of fantasy, science fiction, stunning women and nature in all its forms to illustrate hundreds of books, magazines and posters for almost 40 years.Sirens collects the cream of Achilleos's illustrations, including Doctor Who and Star Trek, movies, amazons, fighting fantasy and pin-ups, accompanied by a discussion of the artist's techniques and influences, in a feast for the eyes. Learn More
  6. SIRENS CHRIS ACHILLEOS Hardcover
    $35.00

    One of the most popular fantasy artist in the world, Chris Achilleos' near photo-realistic paintings of fantasy, science fiction, stunning women and nature in all its forms have illustrated hundreds of books, magazines and posters for almost 40 years. Learn More
  7. GORBLIMEY PRESS SHELF STUFF

    Regular Price: $80.00

    Sale Price $50.00

    This book, Shelf Stuff, marked the beginning of a wider range of publications for the Gorblimey Press. It is a collection of drawings that were either working designs for material already published by GbP, or simply unused panneaux that were just lying on the shelves around the Gorblimey studio, now pulled together to form a rare collective insight into the house of an inspired artist. Learn More
  8. RED ROSE GIRLS

    Regular Price: $90.00

    Sale Price $60.00

    This is the true story of three women artists -- Jessie Willcox Smith, Elizabeth Shippen Green, and Violet Oakley -- who captivated early-twentieth-century Philadelphia with their brilliant careers and uncommon lifestyle. Nicknamed by their mentor, the famous illustrator Howard Pyle, "The Red Rose Girls" took over the Red Rose Inn, a picturesque estate on the city's venerable Main Line, and set up an unconventional household. Joined by their friend Henrietta Cozens, the women forged an intense emotional bond and made a pact to live together forever. Using their initials they adopted an acronymic surname, calling themselves the "Cogs family" -- C for Cozens, O for Oakley, G for Green, S for Smith. Learn More
  9. LAST ROMANTICS
    $45.00

    An exhibition of works at the Barbican Gallery from the decline of the Pre-Raphaelites to the rise of Neo-Romanticism in the 1940s, from Burne-Jones to Stanley Spencer. Table of contents, foreword, editor's preface, introduction, lists of abbreviations, artists, lenders, acknowledgments. Frontispiece, color and black and white illustrations throughout. Learn More
  10. LITTLE NEMO IN SLUMBERLAND 2010 Calendar
    $30.00

    Twelve magnificent Sunday pages with all the seasons and holidays of the year as seen through the eyes of the first great master of comic art, Windsor McCay. Classic Little Nemo Sunday pages in an oversize (14 x 19 inches) international calendar (English/French/Italian). Learn More

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