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A Book for All Seasons...
from The Greenwich Workshop Press

Lowell Herrero
Herrero’s decades-long love affair with the NapaValley has been the immediate inspiration for these earthy paintings of the fecundity of land and the agricultural lifestyle that thrives on it. 124 full-color paintings, 224 pages. Hardcover, jacketed $65.00

Fish: 77 Great Fish
of North America

Paintings by Flick Ford
Text by Dean Travis Clarke
Introduction by Peter Kaminsky
Winner Independent Book Publisher’s “Ippy” Bronze, Best Coffee Table Art Book Gorgeous. Fish is not just a keeper, it’s a trophy catch. —Boat U.S. Magazine
A seamless marriage of fine art and fine words.
—Fly Fisherman Magazine
A stunning celebration of this continent’s great fish, with amazingly detailed watercolors
and in-depth factual and fun
text. The ultimate gift for fishermen of all stripes.
Over 80 color paintings plus sketches, 208 pages. Hardcover, jacketed $50.00

Moving On:
The Art of Steve Hanks

Steve Hanks is the premier artist working in realistic figurative watercolor painting today. Moving On is his first collection of new work in
fifteen years. Over 200 paintings, 176 pages, oversized. Hardcover, jacketed $85.00

Favorite Nursery Rhymes from Mother Goose
Illustrated by Scott Gustafson
From nonsense to lessons
learned, this is a volume to be
treasured by children and illustrated book lovers of all ages. 60 full color paintings, 100 pages, Hardcover, jacketed $19.95

Classic Fairy Tales
Illustrated by Scott Gustafson
Winner of the 2003 Chesley
Award for book illustration
10 best-loved stories, 144 pages. Hardcover, jacketed $19.95

Into the Sunlit Splendor
The Aviation Art of William S. Phillips. By Ann and Charlie Cooper. Foreword by Apollo Astronaut Alan Bean. Introduction by Wilson Hurley.
Over 125 planes, helicopters, jets, and carriers, all placed in historical context and superb landscapes and “skyscapes,” with a wealth of aviation and military history. 224 pages, 14” x 11”. Hardcover, jacketed $85.00


bar none...

by Will Bullas

The Daughters of Charity of Saint Vincent de Paul are known worldwide for their good works and unfortunately, for this would-be anonymous bar patron, they’re also instantly recognizable. The cornette, or starched headdress, was an iconic part of the Daughters of Charity habit until the mid-1960s. Several years later, Sally Field’s cornette-inspired antics as The Flying Nun ensured the habit’s enduring place in pop culture history.

Will Bullas’ bar scenes comprise some of his most legendary images. From Crabernet to the hare club… to the bar exam…, his colorful characters and punny titles make a cool and offbeat scene out of any basement bar, restaurant or kitchen wall. Bring home this new release today and make your home the hippest place in town, bar none!

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:

limited to 75 s/n.
16"w x 21"h.
Ask About Availability

Arriving June 2008