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The Graphic Arts: A Treatise On the Varieties of Drawing, Painting, and Engraving in Comparison with Each Other and with Nature - Philip Gilbert Hamerton
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2010, ISBN: 9781145085879

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New York: American Museum of Natural History, 1973 First edition. HB. Cloth with gilt titles and bird motif to front, and pictorial dustjacket by Albert Earl Gilbert. 248pp. With 30 superb colour plates (many showing birds against natural forest habitats) painted by Albert Earl Gilbert, George Sutton and David Reid-Henry; plus 69 b&w drawings, photos and maps. Detailed work on the Cracidae- Curassows, Guans and Chachalacas- then little known birds of the forests and mountains of South America. Fine in Very Good+ protected jacket, which has some yellowing to margins and light rubbing to edges.., New York: American Museum of Natural History, 1973, Washington DC: The National Geographic Society, 1935. Presumed First Edition/First Printing. Hardcover. Very good. Hashime Murayama. [8], 252, [2] pages. Illustrations (some in color). With Sixty-four pages Reproducing over 500 Insects and Spiders and their Habits in Their Natural Colors. Index. Cover has slight wear and soiling. Minor edge soiling. The contributing authors are: William James Showalter, James I. Hambleton, W. M. Mann, Jennie E. Harris, Henry E. Ewing, and Lee Passmore. William Joseph Showalter was born on July 10, 1878. He was a Teacher, public schools, Virginia, 1896-1898. City editor Harrisonburg Daily News, 1898-1901. Joined Washington (District of Columbia) Bureau New York Journal, 1901. Editorial writer Democratic Congressional Committee, 1902. Washington correspondent Virginia and West Virginia newspapers, 1902-1907. Writer for Haskin Syndicate, 1907-1913. Editor Staunton (Virginia) Daily News and Harrisonburg (Virginia) Daily News Record. 1913-1915; Assistant to editor, assistant editor, staff writer and chief of the division of research, National Geography Magazine, starting in 1914. James I. Hambleton was a Senior Apiculturist with the Department of Agriculture. The Beekeeping Bibliography had its beginning in 1925 when James I. Hambleton, Chief, Division of Bee Culture, Bureau of Entomology, U.S. Department of Agriculture, brought together the books, pamphlets, and periodicals formerly kept in individual offices of the Division. Material from medical, biological, agricultural, and other non-beekeeping periodicals and abstract journals were indexed regularly by the librarian to reflect the changing interests of the scientists employed by the Division of Bee Culture. William M. Mann (1886-1960) was a notable entomologist and the fifth director of the National Zoo in Washington, D.C. from 1925 until 1956. In 1921, he travelled on the Mulford Expedition to the Amazon. In 1926, he married Lucile Quarry Mann. The two worked together as a team to improve and promote the zoo, including going on expeditions around the world to collect live specimens for the zoo's collection. Lee Passmore (1874-1958) was an American photographer and field naturalist who worked with scientists and staff at the San Diego Natural History Museum documenting the flora and fauna of southern California. Passmore published photo-essays on natural history subjects in popular magazines from the 1920s to the 1940s, and contributed photographs to several natural history monographs Ewing, Henry Ellsworth was born on February 11, 1883. Student Knox College, 1902-1904. Bachelor of Arts, University of Illinois, 1906, A.M., 1908. Doctor of Philosophy., Cornell University, 1911. Science teacher Marshall (Illinois) High School, 1908-1909. Assistant in zoology, Iowa State College, 1909-1910. Schuyler fellow Cornell University, 1910-1911. Assistant entomologist Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station, 1911-1914. Assistant professor of entomology, Iowa State College, 1914-1916, associate professor, 1916-1919. Specialist bureau of Entomology, United States Department of Agriculture, 1919-1923, associate entomologist, 1923-1929, entomologist, 1929-1945, collaborator from 1947. Hashime Murayama (1879-1954) was a Japanese American painter. He was best known for his exquisite paintings of birds, insects, fish, mammals, and other wildlife. His work was featured in The National Geographic Magazine from 1921 to 1941. The National Geographic Society hired Murayama in 1921. As an artist at National Geographic, he paid meticulous attention to his drawings, adding his distinct style to them and making them instantly popular. He painted fish, which were his personal favorite, frogs, spiders, ants, honeybees, wasps, and butterflies. To get sources from which to study, he kept bug specimens in a jar and visited aquariums to look at frogs, trout and salmon. After a career of over twenty years as an artist, Murayama was fired in September 1941 for being an immigrant (and because Japan-United States relations were about to be severed due to the attack on Pearl Harbor) and placed under arrest., The National Geographic Society, 1935, Washington DC: The National Geographic Society, 1950. Presumed First Edition/First Printing thus. Wraps. Very good. [26 pages of advertisements--some with color], pages 139-278, [and 8 pages of advertisements with some color]. Illustrations (with Fifty-six pages in color. Maps. Cover has some wear and soiling. National Geographic is the official magazine of the National Geographic Society. It has been published continuously since its first issue in 1888, nine months after the Society itself was founded. It primarily contains articles about geography, history, and world culture. The magazine is known for its extensive use of dramatic photographs. The magazine is published monthly, and additional map supplements are also included with subscriptions. On occasion, special editions of the magazine are issued. The first issue of National Geographic Magazine was published on September 22, 1888, nine months after the Society was founded. Starting with its January 1905 publication of several full-page pictures of Tibet in 1900-1901, the magazine changed from being a text-oriented publication closer to a scientific journal to featuring extensive pictorial content, and became well known for this style. John Hyde was the first editor. This issue includes: Formosa--Hot Spot of the East by Frederick G. Vosburgh and J. Baylor Roberts with 16 Illustrations and Map and 20 Natural Color Photographs; So Much Happens Along the Ohio River by Frederick Simpich with 13 Illustrations and map and by Justin Locke with 20 Natural Color Photographs; Kunming Pilgrimage by John Gutmann with 20 Illustrations; Exploring Ancient Panama by Helicopter by Matthew W. Stirling with 7 Illustrations and Map and by Richard H. Stewart with 19 Natural Color Photographs; and Strange Courtship of Birds of Paradise by Dillon Ripley with 9 Illustrations and a map and by Walter A. Weber with 16 paintings. Frederick G. "Ted" Vosburgh, was a former editor of National Geographic magazine and vice president of the National Geographic Society. Mr. Vosburgh was known for his devotion to scrupulous accuracy. J. Baylor Roberts is an American visual artist who was born in 1902. J. Baylor Roberts has had several gallery and museum exhibitions. Frederick Simpich was an American writer known for his work in diplomacy, newspaper work, literary work, and as Assistant Editor of the National Geographic Society from 1931 to 1949. During his time in the society, he wrote more articles for the magazine than anyone else before or after his time, over eighty articles from 1914 to 1949. He was known for traveling around the world whilst writing articles for papers and magazines, concluding with his 35-year stay in the Society. John Gutmann (1905 - June 12, 1998) was a German-born American photographer and painter. A painter turned photographer, Gutmann began working as a photojournalist in 1933 for Presse-Photo. Being Jewish, in 1936 he fled Nazi Germany to the United States where he worked as a photographer for various German magazines, signing on with Pix Publishing, an agency he worked with for over twenty years. Gutmann's main subject matter was the American way of life, especially the Jazz music scene. Gutmann is recognized for his unique "worm's-eye view" camera angle. Matthew Williams Stirling (August 28, 1896 - January 23, 1975) was an American ethnologist, archaeologist and later an administrator at several scientific institutions in the field. He is best known for his discoveries relating to the Olmec civilization. Stirling began his career with extensive ethnological work in the United States, New Guinea and Ecuador, before directing his attention to the Olmec civilization and its possible primacy among the pre-Columbian societies of Mesoamerica. His discovery of, and excavations at, various sites attributed to Olmec culture in the Mexican Gulf Coast region significantly contributed towards a better understanding of the Olmecs and their culture. Sidney Dillon Ripley II (September 20, 1913 - March 12, 2001) was an American ornithologist and wildlife conservationist. He served as Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution for 20 years, from 1964 to 1984, leading the Institution through its period of greatest growth and expansion. For his leadership at the Smithsonian, he was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by Ronald Reagan in 1985. During World War II, he served in the Office of Strategic Services. Walter Alois Weber (May 23, 1906 - January 10, 1979) was an American mammalogist, animal artist, and illustrator for National Geographic. He was noted for his colorful and realistic-looking sketches and paintings of animals, particularly wild cats, Alaska Peninsula brown bears, American black bears, coyotes, and dog breeds, including retrievers, hounds, and sporting dogs. He also painted portraits of many other birds, mammals, and reptiles. His work in the National Geographic caught the public's attention from 1939 to 1968. In 1967, he was given the Conservation Service Award., The National Geographic Society, 1950, Nabu Press, 2010-03-15. Paperback. Good., Nabu Press, 2010-03-15, Washington, DC: The National Geographic Society, 1949 Near Fine; see scans and description. Washington, DC: The National Geographic Society, 1949. The June, 1949 issue, Volume XCV, Number Six. Quarto, wraps, 140 pp. + ads (very cool ads). I.E., pp 693-832 for the six-monthly volume. Separate map not included. Plenty of color photographs in NG by this time. About Near Fine; the common faint soil on the cover whites, small scale abrasion at top and bottom of spine, and a light crease on the back cover. A high grade 1949 periodical copy. See scans. Plenty of color photography by this time; plenty of black and white, too. Art isn't excluded - see the painting of Chlamyphorus truncatus near the front, and the excruciatingly nostalgic art of many of the ads, which include several railroad travel ads. 56 pages, in total, of color illustration. Featured topics: Italy Smiles Again; The West Through Boston Eyes; Newfoundland, Canada's New Province; Menhaden - Uncle Sam's Top Commercial Fish. Separate map not included here. Nice vintage Coca-Cola ad on the back cover. L-PR1, The National Geographic Society, 1949, Nabu Press, 2010-02-22. Paperback. Good., Nabu Press, 2010-02-22

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781145085879
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1145085873
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Publishing year: 2010
Publisher: Nabu Press
536 Pages
Weight: 0,943 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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