Wildlife art is a window onto the natural world and its inhabitants. The popularity of this genre is growing rapidly, with regular museum exhibitions and major auctions inspiring ever-rising levels of interest. This stunning new volume presents more than 150 color examples of the world’s finest contemporary wildlife, from oil paintings and watercolors to prints and bronzes. Author Joan Muyskens Pursley, a longtime editor and writer in the world of collecting, conducted exclusive interviews with the sixty artists, who include such distinguished names as Robert Bateman, Guy Coheleach, Maynard Reece and John Ruthven. Ms. Pursley’s comprehensive introduction to the history and current state of wildlife art makes this an essential, elegant addition to every collector’s library.