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The Art of Beatrix Potter: Sketches, Paintings, and Illustrations

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The Art of Beatrix Potter: Sketches, Paintings, and Illustrations

By  Emily Zach , Foreword by  Steven Heller , Introduction by  Linda Lear , Afterword by  Eleanor Taylor
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Published to coincide with the 150th anniversary of Beatrix Potter's birth, this magnificent collection celebrates the artist behind The Tale of Peter Rabbit and numerous other beloved children's books. Brimming with famous images and rarely seen gems—ranging from character sketches and notebook pages to watercolor landscapes and natural history illustrations—this monograph explores Potter's artistic process and reveals the places that inspired her timeless work. Organized geographically and featuring more than 200 images from the artist's oeuvre, The Art of Beatrix Potter includes illuminating essays by Potter scholar Linda Lear, illustration historian Steven Heller, and children's book illustrator Eleanor Taylor. It is the definitive volume on one of the world's most influential authors, a woman whose artistry, until now, has not been fully celebrated.

Beatrix Potter (1866 –1943) was a children's book author best known for her books featuring animals. She wrote and illustrated more than 20 books for children in her career.

Emily Zach is an author, editor, and image researcher specializing in art history, modern and contemporary art, illustration, and design. She lives in Seattle, Washington.

ISBN: 9781452151274

ISBN-10: 9781452151274

Publisher: Chronicle Books

Publication Date: 11/22/2016 - 12:00am

On Sale: 11/22/2016 - 12:00am

Pages: 256

Language: English

Categories

Art / Individual Artists / Monographs

Design / Graphic Arts / Illustration

Literary Criticism / Children's & Young Adult Literature