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Thissale is for a 7 3/4"x9 3/4" 59 page hardcover book-no dustjacket, "Voyages of Discovery"-Through Artists' Eyes, by Karla Bilang, and published by St. Martin's press in 1976
Thissale is for a 7 3/4"x9 3/4" 59 page hardcover book-no dustjacket, "Voyages of Discovery"-Through Artists' Eyes, by Karla Bilang, and published by St. Martin's press in 1976. This book is in Fair condition with a tear and small hole on the spine edge, some spotting on the inside cover edges, some wear on the cover edges, tight binding, with 30 illustrations of Voyages of Discovery-Columbus, Crusades, Conquest of Mexico, European impressions of the new lands, and more. FREE BOOK RATE SHIPPING AND HANDLING IN THE .
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Bilang never seems to have decided whether this is the story of the voyages or of the artists' representations of them.
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Another memorable part of the book is its description of two battles that took place on the island of Malolo, in Fiji.
The era of European and American voyages of scientific exploration followed the Age of Discovery and were inspired by a new confidence in science and reason that arose in the Age of Enlightenment.
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And he has decided to make the journey with artists, who will be our eyes. With him aboard the HMS Resolution was a young artist, William Hodges.
And he has decided to make the journey with artists, who will be our eyes. Throughout the voyage, Hodges put pen to paper to capture some of the first images of Tahiti, Easter Island, and the native people, plants and animals of Polynesia. In 1830, the American painter George Catlin accompanied General William Clark on a diplomatic mission up the Missouri River to the Mandan, Cheyenne and Crow Indian tribes.
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