Wild And Tame Animals by Dahlov Ipcar
(Dahlov Ipcar Collection)

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Readers will begin a journey of discovery as Dahlov Ipcar presents a wealth of feral and fierce animals trained by our early ancestors to the tame animals we know today!

Flying Eye Books is delighted to introduce a new generation of readers to Dahlov Ipcar's classic stories with the inimitable and stunning Dahlov Ipcar Collection, painstaking reproductions of Dahlov's spot color classics. Rebuilt from the original plates and intensive digital scanning of the original titles (many dating back five decades), these are the highest quality Ipcar titles on the market.

Dahlov Ipcar was born in Windsor, Vermont, in 1917 and brought up in Greenwhich village, New York. Over the last four decades she has written and illustrated over thirty children's books including Farmyard Alphabet, which won the NEIBA President's Award in 2010. Her art is displayed in the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Whitney Museum of Modern Art.

 

About Dahlov Ipcar

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Dahlov Ipcar was born in Windsor, Vermont in 1917 and brought up in Greenwhich village, New York. She has lived on a small dairy farm in Georgetown, Maine since 1937; a place that has inspired many of her stories and art works. Over the last four decades she has written and illustrated over 30 children's books including Farmyard Alphabet which won the NEIBA President's Award in 2010. Pieces of her art are displayed in the permanent collections of The Metropolitan Museum of Art and The Whitney Museum of Modern Art. She won the Kerlan Award for Children's literature and has been given three honorary degrees at The University of Maine, Colby and Bates colleges.In addition to easel paintings, illustrations, and soft sculptures, Dahlov has also completed ten large scale mural projects for public buildings, two for U.S. Post Offices in LaFollette, Tennessee and Yukon, Oklahoma. At the age of 97, Dahlov Ipcar still continues to draw in her hometown in Maine.
 
Published September 15, 2015 by Flying Eye Books. 48 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Science & Math.