Foreword Reviews

The Art of Fantasy, Sci-Fi and Steampunk

This book describes the history of fantasy art from Romanticism in the 18th century to the modern era by exploring the masterpieces of fantasy artists William Blake, Jules Verne, H.G. Welles and more. It also shows illustrations from science fiction and fantasy novels such as Mary Shelley, Edgar Allan Poe, Agatha Christie, J.R.R. Tolkien and more. This book illustrates the remarkable transition of fantasy art that occurred in 19th century when steampunk was introduced to the fantasy art world.

Rights Contact
Motoaki Tanaka <tanaka@pie.co.jp>
Award(s)
2018 INDIES Book of the Year Award Gold Winner
Book Website
http://pie.co.jp/english/search/detail.php?ID=4975
Contributor(s)
Hiroshi Unno
Publisher
PIE International
ISBN-13
978-4-75624975-3
Publication Date
Jun 1, 2018
Pages
360
Price
$49.95
Tags
#art
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Our Review
Modern culture has some ’splaining to do. Climbing out of the Renaissance/Elizabethan age through to the late eighteenth century, an increasingly enlightened society emerged into the industrial wonders of the nineteenth century and rode them fast and hard to our present period of... Read More