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Anatomical Works of George Stubbs
January 27, 1975
by Secker & Warburg
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||300|
Although the book was a marvel of detailed equine anatomy rarely found in human anatomical works of the time, Stubbs saw himself as an artist rather than as an anatomist. He identified himself on the title page as George Stubbs, Painter. Buy The Anatomical Works of George Stubbs by Terence Doherty online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 2 editions - starting at $ Shop now.
Examples of this book are on view in the exhibition, alongside rare anatomical drawings made by Stubbs. The life-sized portrait of Whistlejacket is also on view in the exhibition. On account of its size, the perfect rendering of the horse’s body and the intriguing empty background, the painting is the best-loved work in Stubbs’ oeuvre. It was a beautiful publication in which anatomical science and artistry spectacularly came together. The exhibition George Stubbs - The man, the horse, the obsession features not only 13 paintings, but also 10 anatomical drawings by Stubbs and 2 copies from the book The Anatomy of the Horse.
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Anatomical Works of George Stubbs by Terence Doherty (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at 5/5(1). Selected Works: "Whistlejacket" (), "Anatomy of the Horse" (), "Painting of a Kangaroo" () Early Life and Education Almost all that is known about the early life of George Stubbs comes from notes made by his fellow artist and friend Ozias Humphry.
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Ober. George Stubbs (–), an English artist famous for his portraits of thoroughbred race horses and for other animal paintings, was also the author of the illustrations and text of The Anatomy of the Horse, one of the truly remarkable anatomical studies of its subject.
First published inStubbs' work was based on numerous dissections, a practice far from generally accepted in his century.4/4(10). Although Stubbs was the finest English painter of horses, this book whilst thoroughly covering the anatomy of a horse, there is more in it from a vets point of view than an artist.
There is next to nothing on proportions of various breeds of horses, or the difficulties of foreshortening/5. Anatomical Works of George Stubbs by Terence Doherty. Martin Secker & Warburg Ltd, Hardcover. Good. Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version.
Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by page. The Anatomical Works of George Stubbs, by Terence Doherty (David R. Godine, $85), should interest and instruct the athlete and sportsman.
It is also a book to delight and inspire the. Buy The Anatomical Works Of George Stubbs 1st Edition by T Doherty (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 1. Occupation. British artist.
George Stubbs ARA (25 August – 10 July ) was an English painter, best known for his paintings of horses. Self-trained, Stubbs learnt his skills independently from other great artists of the eighteenth century such as Reynolds or : 25 AugustLiverpool, Lancashire.
The Anatomy of the Horse was published by Stubbs in and offered a lifelike study of anatomy never seen before. The book would lead to a great number of high profile commissions as a result, and immediately marked his skills out as superior to those of other anatomical artists such as James Seymour, Peter Tillemans and John Wootton.
Too long undervalued as a mere "horse painter," George Stubbs () has belatedly come into his own, and his credentials as an anatomist and classical artist are fully established by this handsome volume that collects for the first time all his anatomical Author: William B.
Ober. In later life Stubbs knew considerable hardship. His last years were spent on a final work of anatomical analysis: A Comparative Anatomical Exposition of the Structure of the Human Body, with that of a Tiger and Common Fowl, for which he completed drawings and 18 engravings.
The Anatomical Works of George Stubbs was published in Introduction --Stubbs's early life; Stubbs's work for Burton's Midwifery; the Italian journey; The Anatomy of the Horse: the historical background; The Anatomy of the Horse; the establishment of Stubbs's reputation and his relations with Josiah Wedgwood; Stubbs and the Hunter brothers; Stubbs's later life and his work on the Comparative Anatomical Exposition Engravings for the tables.
Ina collection of drawings executed for Stubbs's “Comparative Anatomical Exposition” (‐6) was found at the Free Public Library in.
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DJ is scuffed, with wear, creases and tears at edges. The book contains b/w illustrations and a frontispiece in Rating: % positive. George Stubbs (–), an English artist famous for his portraits of thoroughbred race horses and for other animal paintings, was also the author of 5/5(1).