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Donald Greig

Art / Photobook
By: Gerald Hoberman(Author)
96 pages, 118 colour photos
Donald Greig
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  • Donald Greig ISBN: 9781919939445 Hardback Dec 2007 Usually dispatched within 1 week
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This unique volume brings together two visual masters: Donald Greig, one of Africa's finest wildlife sculptors, and Gerald Hoberman, internationally renowned wildlife photographer, writer, and designer. The juxtaposition of Greig's sculptures and Hoberman's photographs of the actual animals they represent offers an exciting exploration of the ability of both sculptor and photographer to capture the essential qualities of their subjects.

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Art / Photobook
By: Gerald Hoberman(Author)
96 pages, 118 colour photos
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