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Pravěký Svět Zdeňka Buriana, Kniha 1: Od Vzniku Země po Zánik Dinosaurů [The Prehistoric World of Zdeněk Burian, Volume 1: From the Creation of the Earth to the Extinction of the Dinosaurs]

Art / Photobook
By: Zdeněk Burian(Illustrator), Vít Haškovec(Author), Martin Košt'ák(Author), Ondřej Müller(Author), Rostislav Walica(Author)
600 pages, 412 colour & b/w photos and colour & b/w illustrations
Publisher: Albatros Media
Pravěký Svět Zdeňka Buriana, Kniha 1: Od Vzniku Země po Zánik Dinosaurů [The Prehistoric World of Zdeněk Burian, Volume 1: From the Creation of the Earth to the Extinction of the Dinosaurs]
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  • Pravěký Svět Zdeňka Buriana, Kniha 1: Od Vzniku Země po Zánik Dinosaurů [The Prehistoric World of Zdeněk Burian, Volume 1: From the Creation of the Earth to the Extinction of the Dinosaurs] ISBN: 9788000067346 Hardback Jan 2022 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 2-4 weeks
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Pravěký Svět Zdeňka Buriana, Kniha 1: Od Vzniku Země po Zánik Dinosaurů [The Prehistoric World of Zdeněk Burian, Volume 1: From the Creation of the Earth to the Extinction of the Dinosaurs]Pravěký Svět Zdeňka Buriana, Kniha 1: Od Vzniku Země po Zánik Dinosaurů [The Prehistoric World of Zdeněk Burian, Volume 1: From the Creation of the Earth to the Extinction of the Dinosaurs]Pravěký Svět Zdeňka Buriana, Kniha 1: Od Vzniku Země po Zánik Dinosaurů [The Prehistoric World of Zdeněk Burian, Volume 1: From the Creation of the Earth to the Extinction of the Dinosaurs]Pravěký Svět Zdeňka Buriana, Kniha 1: Od Vzniku Země po Zánik Dinosaurů [The Prehistoric World of Zdeněk Burian, Volume 1: From the Creation of the Earth to the Extinction of the Dinosaurs]

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Language: Czech

The renowned Czech painter and book illustrator Zdeněk Michael František Burian (1905-1981) is considered one of the most influential palaeoartists of all time and is best known internationally for his paintings of dinosaurs, extinct mammals and prehistoric man. This book, the first of a projected series of three, contains a total of 412 paintings, illustrations, and sketches, of which 344 were reproduced from the original art. The remainder were scanned from high-quality negatives, slides, or xerox copies while only a few, labelled in the book as “original unavailable” (originál nedostupný), are photographed from the original publications. Included are previously unpublished sketches and notes.

This volume is 250 × 337 mm in size and weighs close to 4 kg. The text is in Czech and the publisher has confirmed that there are no plans to translate this into English.

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Art / Photobook
By: Zdeněk Burian(Illustrator), Vít Haškovec(Author), Martin Košt'ák(Author), Ondřej Müller(Author), Rostislav Walica(Author)
600 pages, 412 colour & b/w photos and colour & b/w illustrations
Publisher: Albatros Media
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