DVD Review: Portraits in the Wild with James Gurney

by Matthew Innis |

Much has been made of the damage done to representational art with the loss of the 19th century academies, but far too little has been made of the role illustration served in preserving such art through much of the 20th century.  After all, representational art did not come to a sudden demise with the end…

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