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The Man Who Loves Giants: The Continuing Story of an Artist Among Elephants and Engines By David Shepherd

The Man Who Loves Giants: The Continuing Story of an Artist Among Elephants and Engines
by David Shepherd

In this book David Shepherd describes his full and varied life, from his early career as an aviation artist with the RAF to his encounters with African wildlife and his work on the East Somerset Railway, of which he is founder and Chairman. The book also tells of his world travels.
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In this book David Shepherd describes his full and varied life, from his early career as an aviation artist with the RAF to his encounters with African wildlife and his work on the East Somerset Railway, of which he is founder and Chairman. Although he is best known as a wildlife artist, his subjects range from landscapes to locomotives, and from portraits to aircraft. The book also tells of the author's world travels - he has travelled the world in nuclear bombers, helicopters, HMS Ark Royal, a Lancaster bomber and a submarine - and of his work for wildlife preservation. He has been awarded the Order of the Golden Ark for his services to conservation.

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Sku
GOR001931894
Title
The Man Who Loves Giants: The Continuing Story of an Artist Among Elephants and Engines
Author
Condition
Very Good
Binding type
Hardback
Publisher
David & Charles
Year published
Number of pages
192
ISBN 10
0715394398
ISBN 13
9780715394397
Prizes
N/A
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