NABOKOV, V: Fine Lines: Vladimir Nabokov’s Scientific Art

Blackwell, Stephen H.; Johnson, Kurt (Editors). Fine Lines: Vladimir Nabokov’s Scientific Art. Yale University Press, 2016. Unmarked. Closed tear on jacket at spine. Very Good in very good dust jacket. Hardcover. (#31034) $25.00

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The first full appraisal of Vladimir Nabokov’s long-neglected contributions as a scientist. He created well over 1,000 technical illustrations of the anatomical structures of butterflies, seeking to understand the evolutionary diversity of small butterflies called Blues.

Illustrated in color and black-and-white. 318p. Measures 8.5×10.5 inches.

PSW: Insects and Related Arthropods Associated with Greenleaf Manzanita in Montane Chaparral Communities of Northeastern California (General Technical Report PSW)

Book Cover: Insects and Related Arthropods Associated with Greenleaf Manzanita in Montane Chaparral Communities of Northeastern California (General Technical Report PSW)Valenti, Michael A. Insects and Related Arthropods Associated with Greenleaf Manzanita in Montane Chaparral Communities of Northeastern California (General Technical Report PSW). Pacific Southwest Research Station, 1997.

Unmarked text. Previous owner’s name stamped on title page. Very Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#30497) $20.00

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Covers Logan Lake, Tamarack Swale, Bear Wallow, Hat Creek, Materials and Methods, Results and Discussions.

Illustrated.Tables. References.

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TOLEDO, F: Francisco Toledo Insectario 1995-1996

Toledo, Francisco; Valerio, Robert. Francisco Toledo Insectario 1995-1996. Museo de Arte Contemporano de Oaxaca , 1997. Unmarked. Very Good. Paperback. (#29840)

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Text in Spanish. Color plates. Accompanied a Diciembre 1997-Febrero 1998 exhibition at Museo de Arte Contemporano de Oaxaca. Introduction by Robert Valerio. Measures 11×8.25 inches. 64p.

Francisco Toledo (b. 1940) is a Mexican artist. His art is based on a fantastic realism that reflects a deep appreciation for, and astute observation of, nature, in particular, animals often not associated with beauty, such as insects, toads, and bats.