Peter Corbin An Artist's Creel
Essay and Introduction: Tom Davis is Editor-at-Large for Pointing Dog Journal and Senior Editor/Gundogs columnist for Sporting Classics.
Foreword: John Merwin is the fishing editor of Field & Stream.
Publisher/Date: Hudson Hills (c. 2005) First Edition, stated.
Format/Condition: New green cloth oblong hardcover book with dust jacket in Fine condition. 195 pages, index. Dimensions: 12 1/4 x 11 1/4 inches. Lavishly illustrated in color.
Description: With the publication of his book, "An Artist's Creel," the celebrated sporting artist and landscape painter Peter Corbin has, in the rare and venerable tradition of Winslow Homer, Ogden Pleissner, and A.B. Frost, merged the natural wonder and elegant drama of the sporting life within the realm of fine art.
This collection features 14 halftones and 200 full-page color plates of thirty years worth of works by sporting artist and landscape painter Peter Corbin. The vivid works are divided among categories of fly fishing, shotgunning, equine and portraits, sculpture, and limited edition prints.