2 edition of Wildfowl decoys of the Pacific Coast found in the catalog.
Wildfowl decoys of the Pacific Coast
Michael R. Miller
|Statement||Michael R. Miller and Frederick W. Hanson ; photography by Robert S. Mortensen ; original art by David Hagerbaumer ; foreword by Roger Barton.|
|Contributions||Hanson, Frederick W.|
|LC Classifications||MLCL 93/00351 (N)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||384 p. :|
|Number of Pages||384|
|LC Control Number||89091373|
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Then & Now. By: Laurie J. McNeil - Because palm frond decoys were quickly made and always considered expendable, their usage declined as the equally cheap but more serviceable plastic decoys came along, to sweep the fields clear of all obsolete and inefficient folk art. In their wonderful book Wildfowl Decoys of the Pacific Coast. There is light chipping to the wing tips and tail tip with paint loss to those areas as well as some paint loss to small spots on one side of the tail, the crown of the head and the tip of the bill. There is also a tight and very slight age split in the back of the decoy. See pgs. - , Wildfowl Decoys of the Pacific Coast, Miller and Hanson.
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The Great Book of Wildfowl Decoys presents decoys in the most sensible and comprehensive way: by region, with each region discussed by a recognized expert in that area. Thus the entire range of decoys is covered, from Canada down the Atlantic Coast and inland along streams and rivers to Louisiana and up the Mississippi to the Great Lakes and /5(12).
Miller and Frederick W. Hanson wrote Wildfowl Decoys of the Pacific Coast, a page look at decoy-carving from California to British Columbia, in Miller, a retired federal waterfowl biologist, notes in his preface to Wildfowl Decoys of California that he has “doubled the hardbound decoy history of the West.” And then some, if you.
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Find your decoys pacific coast book right now. Wildfowl Decoys of the Pacific Coast - Signed Michael Miller & Frederick Hanson Book presents the lives and works of major Pacific Coast carvers those who, by the quality and quantity of their work, left an indelible mark on the carving heritage of this great Rating: % positive.
Up for sale is a very nice edition of "Wildfowl Decoys Of The Pacific Coast" by Michael R. Miller and Frederick W. Hanson.
This book is in like new condition and it is signed by both authors and has been stored in a smoke free Rating: % positive. Book - "Wildfowl Decoys of the Pacific Coast - Carving Traditions of British Columbia, Washington, Oregon and California" by Miller and Hanson. MBF Publishing, HB w/ DJ. Both in excellent condition.
For fastest Customer Service, please call toll-free() and for Canadian customers call toll-free () This book is the only title that takes an in-depth look at the previously under appreciated Pacific Coast decoys, decoy carvers, and hunting traditions.
Hundreds of decoys shown with black and white photography along with regional information on style, etc. and numerous biographies of carvers. Wildfowl decoys of the Pacific Coast: carving traditions of British Columbia, Washington, Oregon, and California by Michael R. Miller, Frederick W.
Hanson and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Wildfowl decoys of the Pacific Coast by Michael R. Miller,MBF Pub. edition, in English - 1st : Please visit to purchase Wildfowl Decoys of California, Vintage Carving Traditions of the Golden State by Michael Miller.
Pacific Flyway Decoy Association. likes. PFDA is dedicated to the preservation of wildfowl art through education. Decoy carving is an original American art form beginning with the hunting ers: American Factory Decoys,O/P.
Decoys of the Mid-Atlantic Region,S/C, also Deluxe edit. S/C, I/P. New Jersey Decoys, Shore Bird Decoys,also Deluxe edit, O/P. Southern Decoys of Virginia and the Carolinas, Miller and Hanson's refrence on Wildfowl Decoys of the Pacific Coast states, "The most stylish decoys carved in the East Bay were those carved by Joe Roesling of Alameda".
The paint on this pair of pintails has been expertly restored by the deceased California artist, Don Brewer. This collection features the previous issues of <em>Wildfowl Carving Magazine</em> from the years to With four issues per year, the magazine offers an abundance of carving demonstrations, tips, step-by-step tutorials, reference articles, and more.<br /> <br /> These years offer some of the most classic wildfowl: falcons, screech owls, ring-necked drakes, and.
The Great Book of Wildfowl Decoys presents decoys in the most sensible and comprehensive way: by region, with each region discussed by a recognized expert in that area. Thus the entire range of decoys is covered, from Canada down the Atlantic Coast and inland along streams and rivers to Louisiana and up the Mississippi to the Great Lakes and Brand: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
A fine decoy obtained second hand from the estate of the late. Great West Coast Decoy Carver, Emilio Andreucetti. Emilio Andreucetti's work is well documented on pages of Wildfowl Decoys of the Pacific Coast. I believe this decoy was carved by Emilio's late son, George Andreucetti as evidenced by the initials, GA" painted on the underside.
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Since the market hunting days, brant shooting has been practiced by individuals who religiously keep track of the tides, learn the habits of the birds, endure wet, cold coastal weather, and own and maintain boats, motors and decoys for the singular purpose of pursuing these small tidewater : Gary Kramer.