Pelicans

Pelicans

by Walter Anderson
     
 

This 7" x 10" book is printed on excellent quality papers; design, paper and printing are closely integrated; the work is printed in two colours, sepia and black; the Anderson drawings of pelicans are printed in sepia within thin rule black frames.

In that this work is both art and natural history it might reach a wide audience, both those interested in Anderson

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Overview

This 7" x 10" book is printed on excellent quality papers; design, paper and printing are closely integrated; the work is printed in two colours, sepia and black; the Anderson drawings of pelicans are printed in sepia within thin rule black frames.

In that this work is both art and natural history it might reach a wide audience, both those interested in Anderson as artist and those interested in the natural history of pelicans and life on the Chandeleur Islands.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780932274632
Publisher:
Cadmus Editions
Publication date:
01/09/2004
Pages:
243
Product dimensions:
7.10(w) x 10.07(h) x 0.50(d)

Meet the Author

Mary Anderson Pickard, Walter Anderson's daughter and author of the preface, who lives in Ocean Springs, Mississippi, is the author of several books on the art of Walter Anderson, including Birds, A Symphony of the Animals, and The Voluptuous Return. Writer, painter, actress, and former curator of her father's estate, she has given tours and lectures at the New Orleans Museum of Art, the Walter Anderson Museum of Art, the Memphis Brooks Museum, and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, and is a contributor to the recent volume The Art of Walter Anderson.

Christopher Maurer, who edited this volume, won the 2003 Eudora Welty Prize for his biography Fortune's Favorite Child: The Uneasy Life of Walter Anderson. Professor of Spanish literature at the University of Illinois—Chicago, he is the editor and author of many books and articles on Spanish poetry, including Federico Garcia Lorca's Collected Poems (Farrar, Straus & Giroux) and How a City Sings from November to November, also published by Cadmus Editions.

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