Leroy Neiman on Safari by Leroy Neiman

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One of America's most popular artists depicts in vibrant, full-color images the animals, landscapes, and people which he encountered during his African "painting safari." Neiman's brilliant palette and candid prose record life in the wild with the same curiosity and intensity he brings to sports and social subjects. 100 color illustrations.

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Published March 1, 1997 by Harry N Abrams. 152 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Arts & Photography, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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Neiman's sojourn in the Kenyan savannah yielded plenty of material for his trademark party-colored canvases—lion, elephant, cape buffalo, rhino, cheetah, and the like—creatures who emerge here from a throng of oily daubs, drips, and palette knifings.

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