- Full Description
A 36-page book of selections from George Pratt's sketchbooks all scanned by George. This volume includes material from various years in no particular order according to George. There are portaits, soldiers both modern and historical, and Indian, semi-nudes and nudes of lovely ladies, as well as their portraits. His work is exquisite-moody and compelling, painted with thick, bold color. Introduction by George himself.
The book measures 7.5 x 9.5 inches with heavyweight covers enveloping interior pages of 180 lb. dull-coat Silk paper that truly shows off the work to its best advantage.
"My friend, George Pratt, has it all. He has craftsmanship, draftsmanship, plus the need and the motivation to be an artist. That’s what it takes. I think a serious artist is always searching for something, but rarely knows what. That “something” can’t be found by just thinking, though. It’s found with exploration and hard work. George is constantly drawing, painting, observing, experimenting and reaching further which is what makes him exceptional. I’m always excited to see what new ground he is breaking." - Mark English
"We all knew George was on his way to doing fine art when he did his fully painted graphic novel work. He has proved us right with his sensitivity in subject portrayal and masterful fine art painting skills." - William Wray
Contains some nudity.
- Additional Information
Item Code MURGS Publisher Mudcat Brouhaha Publish Date 2017 Binding Soft Cover Dimensions 7x9 # Pages 36pg Color Partial Color