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Men and Angels: The Art of James C. Christensen

Men and Angels: The Art of James C. Christensen by James C. Christensen with Kate Horowitz. Greenwich Workshop Press. First Printing (stated with complete number line from 1-5.) (2008). ISBN-13: 978-0867131024.  11"x14"x1". Hardcover with dust jacket. DUST JACKET: Has some edge rubbing. No clips, tears or unusual folds. Now protected in mylar dust jacket cover. BOOK: Shows some cover edge wear. A light spot of soiling toward the bottom edge of the front cover. Finger print marks on the half-title page. Otherwise no previous owner markings. Pages have no creases, folds or dog-earing. Not ex-library, not remaindered, not a facsimile reprint. More photos available on request. For sale by Jon Wobber, bookseller since 1978. CD23a

"A major retrospective from the master of fantasy fine art Artist James C. Christensen's keen observation of humanity and endless supply of imagination have made him one of the world's most beloved artists. From his childhood in Culver City, California, to his professional career at Brigham Young University, Christensen has cast his perceptive eye on the world, translating it into engaging and inventive art. Men and Angels is the definitive retrospective on Christensen, who was at the forefront of the resurgence of fantasy-as-fine-art just as Tolkien merged literature and fantasy.

James C. Christensen, nicknamed the "Professor of the Imagination," lectures widely on art and creativity, from MBA programs to state art education conferences. The winner of multiple awards from the World Science Fiction Convention and the Association of Science Fiction and Fantasy Artists, he is the subject of five previous books including Voyage of the Basset and The Art of James C. Christensen: A Journey of the Imagination. He lives in Orem, Utah.

Kate Horowitz is a writer, poet, and undefeated-at-home Jeopardy! fanatic. She lives with her husband in Connecticut and has recently replaced her lifelong fantasy of joining the circus with that of running away to join the Christensen family." from a bookseller's blurb.