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The acclaimed "Spectrum" series is the premier venue for fantasy and science fiction artwork. The only book to thoroughly address the amazing variety and quality of fantastic art created each year, the release of each annual issue is an eagerly anticipated event for artists, readers, and art directors alike. The early issues in the series had very small print runs, sold out quickly, and today, are much sought-after by collectors.
Spectrum 2 features works by Hugo Award-winner Michael Whelan; Caldecott winners Diane and Leo Dillon; James Gurney, creator of "Dinotopia;" and more than 200 other pieces created by artists from Germany, England, the Netherlands, Australia, Japan, Canada, France, and America, including David Dorman, Stephen Hickman, Frank Miller, Jeff Miracola, Gregory Manchess, William Stout, Michael Whelan and many others. The Cover painting of "death" is by Rick Berry.
Drawn from books, comics, magazines, art galleries, advertisements, and artist's portfolios, these visionary portraits of the future offer fans an intriguing look at the evolution of fantastic art over the past decade. Fine copy with minor shelf wear. Out of print.
Author: Edited by Cathy and Arnie Fenner with Jim Loehr
Artists: David Dorman, Stephen Hickman, Frank Miller, Jeff Miracola, Gregory Manchess, William Stout, Michael Whelan, Rick Berry et al
Publisher: Underwood Books, 1995 (Out of Print)
Number of pages: 144
Format: Soft Cover; Full Colour illustrations
Size: 8" x 11" (215mm x 280mm)
Book Condition: F - Fine
Price:> £15.00 IN STOCK € $