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Nature's Explorers Adventurers Who Recorded the Wonders of the Natural World

By: Ian PF Owens(Foreword By)
240 pages, colour & b/w photos, colour & b/w illustrations
Nature's Explorers
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  • Nature's Explorers ISBN: 9780565094645 Hardback Sep 2019 In stock
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Nature’s Explorers celebrates the individuals who made great personal endeavours to document the natural world. Superb artworks and photographs spanning three centuries have been chosen to illustrate each essay.

From ground-breaking theorists such as Charles Darwin and Alfred Russel Wallace to evocative artists like Ferdinand Bauer and John James Audubon, these explorers shared an ambition to illuminate new worlds and embodied the spirit of the Enlightenment and the Scientific Revolution.

It was not until the early eighteenth century that artists were included on such expeditions, They were called upon to illustrate the new flora and fauna they discovered and in doing so were also able to provide new insights from social, cultural and historical perspectives.

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The contributors all either work for the Museum or are closely associated with it and their choice of subjects reflects their own areas of expertise. They include Andrea Hart, Ann Datta, Blanca Huertas, Cam Sharp Jones, David Williams, Douglas Russell, Grace Touzel, Hans Walter Lack, Hellen Pethers, Judith Magee, Lisa de Tommaso, Mary Spencer Jones, Mark Carine, Max Barclay, Paul Cooper, Simon Werrett, Sandra Knapp, Victoria Pickering, and Virginia Mills.

By: Ian PF Owens(Foreword By)
240 pages, colour & b/w photos, colour & b/w illustrations
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