PETER CORBIN: AN ARTIST'S CREEL
Author: Tom Davis
Publisher: NATIONAL BOOK NETWORK, Oct 2005
Corbin is a modern renaissance artist. This 1st of its kind monograph includes his unique sporting portraits that capture the individual certainly, but also the life & passion within the man. Intro by John Merwin. 60 1/2tones, 140 color illus; 11x12 inches, 204 pgs.
Peter Corbin is a modern renaissance man.
He began his career as an abstract sculptor, but is now best known as impressionistic landscape painter. The Hudson River School influences Corbin's work & his interpretation often includes individuals & animals. This first of its kind monograph includes his unique sporting portraits that capture the individual certainly, but also the life and passion within the man. A nationally recognized wildlife artist, Peter Corbin has been celebrated for his fishing & hunting oil paintings, pencil drawings & limited edition prints.
ABOUT THE INTRODUCTION:
John Merwin is the fishing editor of Field & Stream. He lives in Dorset, Vermont.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Tom Davis is Editor-at-Large for Pointing Dog Journal and Senior Editor/Gundogs columnist for Sporting Classics. He lives in Green Bay, Wisconsin.