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By: Geoff Norman(Author), Stephen Fry(Foreword By), John Gerrard Keulemans(Illustrator), Walter Buller(Author)
192 pages, b/w photos, colour & b/w illustrations
This accessible new edition of the award-winning classic Buller’s Birds of New Zealand includes the complete set of 95 artworks from both editions of A History of the Birds of New Zealand by Walter Buller and the subsequent supplement, specially photographed and reproduced in full colour using high quality modern printing techniques. Each bird painting is accompanied by a selection of Buller’s original, descriptive text as well as up-to-date taxonomic information in English and te reo Māori.
As in its first edition, Buller’s Birds of New Zealand features the same fresh reproductions of the original watercolour-and-pencil paintings for Buller’s iconic second edition and its supplement, made possible by the author’s rediscovery of these works at the Ornithological Branch of the British Natural History Museum. Bright, luminous and clear, Keulemans’s masterpieces are seen here as the artist intended.
With a foreword by Stephen Fry and an introduction that traces the history of ornithological painting, and tells the story of Buller and his talented artist, this definitive book will appeal to all those who love New Zealand’s unique avifauna.
Please note, this book was originally announced under the title Selected Buller's Birds of New Zealand, but this was changed to the final title because it contains all of the artworks that were in the 1st edition from 2012.
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Geoff Norman is a keen tramper and ecologist, who holds qualifications in science and environmental studies and has worked in publishing for over 25 years. Buller’s Birds of New Zealand: The Complete Work of JG Keulemans was his first full-Iength book.
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