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B. Peak (The Art of Bob Peak)

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Gorgeous coffee-table book with over 600 images. One copy available in MINT condition..

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For the first time ever, a comprehensive oversized coffee-table book on the art of Bob Peak! The book includes 392 pages with over 600 images and illustrations of work spanning a 40 year career with many never before seen illustration along with his iconic illustrations for the Movies, Major Periodicals, National Ad Campaigns, Time Magazine Covers, TV Guide Covers, Fashion Advertising, Sports Advertising and more.

Bob Peak came on the New York Advertising Art Scene in the early 1950s. He went on to become one of the most prolific illustrators of the 20th century. His artistic vision represented a bridge between the era of Norman Rockwell and Coby Whitmore, with its emphasis on technique, to more direct ways of making pictures, greater use of line, and a more startling, bolder palette.

In 1961 he was named “Artist of the Year” by the Artist Guild of New York. In 1977 he was inducted into the prestigious New York Society of Illustrators Hall of Fame. In 1992 after over 100 Movie Campaigns including his iconic images for such films as, My Fair Lady, Camelot, Star Trek, and Apocalypse Now, he was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award by the Hollywood Reporters for his contribution to the film industry.

Author: Tom Peak; edited by B R Gilbert
Artist: Bob Peak
Publisher: Art Works Fine Arts Publishing, July 2012 First Edition (Out of Print)
Number of pages: 392
Format: Hard Cover; Full Colour illustrations
Size: 11" x 12" (279mm x 305mm)
Condition: M - Mint

Price:  750.00
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