The Paintings of J. Allen St. John by Stephen Korshak (Editor); J. David Spurlock (Editor); Frank FrazettaMore than 170 paintings of Tarzan, John Carter of Mars, morea many shot from original paintingsEssays by top science fiction authors The Paintings of J. Allen St. John presents the artist's full-color fantasy and science-fiction paintings for novels and pulp magazine stories by famous authors such as Edgar Rice Burroughs. Essays by today's top science-fiction writers, including Jack Williamson, illustrator Vincent Di Fate, and historian Robert R. Barrett, make this book Vanguard's second devoted to the art of St. John, essential for any fantasy collection.
Call Number: NC975.5.S245 K67
Publication Date: 2009-07-15
Masters of Dragonlance Art by Margaret Weis (Foreword by); Matt Stawicki (Contribution by); Mark Zug (Contribution by); Todd Lockwood (Contribution by); Larry Elmore (Contribution by)This book features artwork from Dragonlance novels, games, calendars and other materials created over the past ten years. With pieces from such artists as Brom, Matt Stawicki, Todd Lockwood and Larry Elmore, this collection houses some of the best fantasy art. 108 full-color illustrations.
Publication Date: 2002-09-01
The Art of Alice in Wonderland by Stephanie L. StoffelStories about Christmas balls, the angel at the top of the tree, a star, an elf toy, a ballerina figure, and other Christmas ornaments reveal the memories of Christmases past that go into decorating the tree.
Publication Date: 1998-10-01
The Making of the Wizard of Oz by Aljean Harmetz; Margaret Hamilton (Foreword by)Released in conjunction with the 75th-anniversary DVD release of The Wizard of Oz , this book is the definitive story of how one of America's most beloved movies was made and a marvelous, unprecedented examination of how Hollywood used to make movies. This updated edition includes numerous photos and shares hundreds of interviews with cameramen, screenwriters, costume designers, directors, producers, light technicians, actors, and more to reveal how the factory-like Hollywood system of moviemaking miraculously produced one of the most enduring films ever made. From the scandalous headlines of Munchkin orgies at the Culver City Hotel and the Witch's (accidental) burning to the building of the Emerald City and the sewing of nearly 1,000 costumes, The Making of The Wizard of Oz provides a richly detailed re-creation of MGM's production No. 1060 and a detail-by-detail, department-by-department look at the most powerful and flamboyant studio Hollywood has ever known.
Publication Date: 2013-10-01
Arthur Spiderwick's Field Guide to the Fantastical World Around You by Holly Black; Tony DiTerlizzi (Illustrator)
Publication Date: 2005-11-01
Faeries by Brian Froud (Designed by, Illustrator); Alan Lee (Designed by, Illustrator)