The African Lion as Man-Eater
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Wildlife artist, Guy Coheleach, is one of the most experienced artists in the world when it comes to African lions. Over the past 50 years, Coheleach’s intense artistic interests and pursuits have taken him to Africa on hundreds of field trips… in more than a dozen African countries. And this book is a result of his many decades of artistic pursuit studying this “king of beasts” in his own natural habitat.
Coheleach weaves a superb collection of more than 334 very interesting stories, facts, and observations about lions that he has experienced directly, heard from fellow experts in the field, and... from stories related to him by others.
This new iBook presents a vast range of direct knowledge from a lion’s size and habits, to precise descriptions of their not so uncommon practice of eating people.
But as Coheleach is one of the world’s top wildlife artists, with more than 200 exhibitions, numerous television and magazine articles and interviews, books and a one man museum “Traveling Exhibition” displayed in more than 3 dozen venues over 30 years… this is also a uniquely magnificent Art Book.
In addition to the 334 stories Guy has experienced himself…or heard directly… over his many decades out in Africa’s lion country bush; and in addition to 3 dozen actual news paper clippings detailing incidents of lions eating people… this new book is far more than just a great read. This iBook presents 72 of Guy’s oil paintings of lions and other predators. In addition… it also has 92 of his masterful sketches and studies that you can view full screen with just a tap of your finger. And it has 46 photos detailing Guy’s travels, and friends along the way.
This is not just an ordinary Ebook or printed book. It is in fact an Apple iBook… featuring 11 videos and nearly 50 audios that bring the book to life in amazing new ways.
With just a tap of your finger you can listen to Guy describe various interesting aspects of his creative process regarding dozens of his paintings. And the videos also present various paintings, sketches, and field studies in very entertaining ways.
Awesome book, loved it. Feels like I'm on safari!