Free eBook Birds download
by Jonathan Elphick,Katrina Cook
Author: Jonathan Elphick,Katrina Cook
Publisher: Quercus; 1st edition (June 1, 2011)
Category: Art and workmanship
Subcategory: History and Criticism
Size MP3: 1635 mb
Size FLAC: 1723 mb
Format: mobi mbr lit lrf
Katrina Cook is a bird artist and a curator at London's Natural History Museum, where she works on. .She is also a qualified bird ringer.
Katrina Cook is a bird artist and a curator at London's Natural History Museum, where she works on one of the largest and most scientifically important collections of avian material in the world. His books include The Atlas of Bird Migration, Birds: The Art of Ornithology, and Encyclopedia of Animals.
Jonathan Elphick’s most popular book is RSPB Pocket Birds. Showing 30 distinct works. RSPB Pocket Birds by. Jonathan Elphick, John Woodward.
Katrina van Grouw is a British science author, illustrator, and fine artist, best known for her illustrated natural science books The Unfeathered Bird and Unnatural Selection published by Princeton University Press. She has degrees in Fine Art and Natural History Illustration. Van Grouw is a self-taught ornithologist with an interest in comparative anatomy, evolution, and the history of the natural sciences.
During a career spanning almost forty years, he has written many books, including The World of Birds, the best seller Birdsong, and the award-winning Birdwatcher’s Handbook.
Introduction by. Jonathan Elphick. Place of Publication. Katrina Cook is a regarded bird artist and curator. As a curator at the Natural History Museum, London, Katrina works on one of the largest and most scientifically important collections of avian material in the world.
Birds: A Guide Book to British Birds By Jonathan Elphick, Robert Gillmor, Owen. Birds by Katrina Cook Foreword By Jonathan Elphick 2007. Postage not specified. THE WORLD OF BIRDS - Elphick, Jonathan.
His books include The Atlas of Bird Migration, Birds: The Art of Ornithology, and Encyclopedia of Animals. the noble dimensions of Birds is itself a reminder of the heroic tradition of bird-book publishing.
Birds tells the remarkable story of the development of ornithological art through the ages, from the earliest images of birds in the Renaissance, through the Age of Exploration, to the present day. Brilliantly reproduced original artworks by such renowned artists as Audubon, Gould, MacGillivray, Thorburn, and Wolfe are included