This is a wonderful vintage collectible hardcover with dust jacket. Oblong quarto 4to 9 x 12.
Third Printing 1968 World Publishing Company Cleveland Ohio. This copy is very good inside. No foxing seen and pages are very clean, free of markings. Binding tight and straight. Gold cloth hardcover boards very good. The dust jacket is good, it has shelf wear at edges, top and small tears along top edge back. The binding is tight and straight.
Ray Harm was an American artist best known for his paintings of wildlife. He is also credited as the co-creator of the limited edition art print market, which supplanted the traditional method where artists sold original works individually. Limited edition prints are now the standard of marketing paintings to the general public.
Harm served in the Navy during World War ll and used the GI bill to enroll in art school and become a painter. He was appointed the first H.L. Donovan Artist in residence at the University of Kentucky. Later, he wrote a weekly nature column for The Louisville Times.
This book highlights his incredible ability to capture nature in slender art form. It is full of black and white and full color art of wildlife, nature, butterflies, plants and more. Wonderful addition to any nature library or wildlife art collection.
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