Resultados para: james gurney
The puffing, panting engine that dragged the long train of heavy cars into the busy little city of Bradford, in the State of Pennsylvania, one day last summer, witnessed through its one white, staring eye, sometimes called the head-light, many happy...
'To draw everything is good, to draw everything is better still,' declared Adolph Menzel, one of nineteenth-century Berlin's premier artists. In keeping with his motto, Menzel exhibited tremendous powers of observation, technical perfection, and an...
When James Gurney's Dinotopia: A Land Apart from Time first appeared in 1992, it was immediately hailed as a fully imagined world of the caliber of J. R. R. Tolkien's. Gurney's premise of an undiscovered island where a race of mystical humans...
Professor Denison, the intrepid 19th-century explorer, is back! Some time ago, the professor discovered a lost island where humans and dinosaurs dwell in harmony. Now the professor and Bix, his dinosaur companion, have been summoned to the forbidden...
The voyage of discovery that Arthur Denison and his son, Will, began in Dinotopia continues in The World Beneath. Professor Denison and Will have been living on Dinotopia for several years, learning the marvels of this lost island continent where...
'Critics have gushed over Gurney's phantasmagorical creation, likening him to such venerated literary fantasists as Jules Verne, Wells, and J. R. R. Tolkien.' -- People MagazineJames Gurney's illustrated Dinotopia series has been an imaginative...
A visual masterpiece featuring more than 100 works of art, 'Dinotopia' explores a fully rendered world, complete with its own language, geographic locations and history and confluence of cultures and characters.
In 1862, after being shipwrecked in uncharted seas, Professor Arthur Denison and his twelve-year-old son Will find themselves washed up on a strange island where people and dinosaurs live together peacefully.
Professor Arthur Denison and his companion, Bix, visit Chandara, Dinotopia's eastern empire, and travel through mountainous landscapes, villages and cities to the imperial palace, observing a country where humans and dinosaurs live in harmony.