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Steam on Canvas: Further Railway Paintings

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Product description

Steam on Canvas: Further Railway Paintings by Philip D Hawkins
OPC: an imprint of Ian Allan Publishing, 2005.
Hardback; 320 x 290 mm; green boards with gold titles on spine; 96 pages. Original unclipped dust jacket.
The book is in very good condition. The binding is sound. There is some bumping and marking of the dust jacket, and bumping of the corners of the boards. Profusely illustrated. The contents are printed on good quality glossy paper, and are clean and unmarked.
Philip D Hawkins is one of Britain's foremost railway artists and has been for many years. His paintings have been widely reproduced in many forms, including fine art prints, calendars, and greetings cards, as well as regularly in magazines and books. He was a founder member of the Guild of Railway Artists and the guild's president from 1988 to 1998, when he was made an Honorary Fellow of the field, only the third to be so honoured (following the late Terence Cuneo and David Shepherd).
Hawkins' paintings of steam engines and trains are given a fair viewing in this large format book. His comprehensive commentary on the atmospheric pictures, citing sources, inspiration, and techniques, adds to the enjoyment. The work includes photographs, and extracts from the artist's notebooks.
“All those who appreciate the atmospheric artistry of the railway scene as represented by Philip D Hawkins will find Steam on Canvas a beautifully produced addition to their library.”

Item details

Author(s):
Philip D Hawkins
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
320 x 290 mm
Edition:
2005
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0 86093 592 2
ISBN-13:
978 0 86093 592 6
Number of pages:
96
Publisher:
OPC: an imprint of Ian Allan Publishing
Title:
Steam on Canvas: Further Railway Paintings

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Steam on Canvas: Further Railway Paintings by Philip D Hawkins
OPC: an imprint of Ian Allan Publishing, 2005.
Hardback; 320 x 290 mm; green boards with gold titles on spine; 96 pages. Original unclipped dust jacket.
The book is in very good condition. The binding is sound. There is some bumping and marking of the dust jacket, and bumping of the corners of the boards. Profusely illustrated. The contents are printed on good quality glossy paper, and are clean and unmarked.
Philip D Hawkins is one of Britain's foremost railway artists and has been for many years. His paintings have been widely reproduced in many forms, including fine art prints, calendars, and greetings cards, as well as regularly in magazines and books. He was a founder member of the Guild of Railway Artists and the guild's president from 1988 to 1998, when he was made an Honorary Fellow of the field, only the third to be so honoured (following the late Terence Cuneo and David Shepherd).
Hawkins' paintings of steam engines and trains are given a fair viewing in this large format book. His comprehensive commentary on the atmospheric pictures, citing sources, inspiration, and techniques, adds to the enjoyment. The work includes photographs, and extracts from the artist's notebooks.
“All those who appreciate the atmospheric artistry of the railway scene as represented by Philip D Hawkins will find Steam on Canvas a beautifully produced addition to their library.”

Author(s):
Philip D Hawkins
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
320 x 290 mm
Edition:
2005
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0 86093 592 2
ISBN-13:
978 0 86093 592 6
Number of pages:
96
Publisher:
OPC: an imprint of Ian Allan Publishing
Title:
Steam on Canvas: Further Railway Paintings

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