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Dragon Feathers Hardcover – September 1, 2010
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'This is a feel good read with beguiling illustrations that will excite any child and adult. Indeed the illustrations themselves are so interesting and mystifying, hours could be spent deciphering them alone.' -- Anna Griffin, School Librarian, spring 2011. 'The illustrations, however, are spendidly bizarre. The double page spreads present the romantically embellished medieval fairy world of traditional illustration, but the rural idyll has been subtly infiltrated by the grylli, wheeled hybrid creatures and animated bagpipes and Hieronymus Bosch... The text is nestled in a mysteriously extravagant dreamscape which will keep obersvant children wondering and searching for hours. A splendid book.' -- Books for keeps, September 2010
About the Author
Olga Dugina was born in Moscow in 1964 and became passionate about drawing and painting as a child. She studied art in Moscow and graduated from the Moscow Arts College. Her husband is fellow illustrator Andrej Dugin.
Andrei Dugin was born in Moscow. He met Olga Dugina at the Krasnopresnenskaya Art School in Moscow, and they now live in Stuttgart, Germany.
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Anyone who likes fantasy, design, and pictures in general, will greatly appreciate this book.
Being painter as well, I am not so easily impressed, but these illustrations are second to none. Dugins are apparently influenced by the art of 15 century masters, but it has its own distinct and idiosyncratic charm. In short, wholeheartly recommended for all fans of great art.
The real story here though is the incredibly detailed art by Russian artists Andrej Dugin and Olga Dugina. Each page is loaded with detail and tiny mysterios objects. Very unusual, nice for fantasy art collectors. The book has gotten very rare and pricey with book sellers. The book was printed in Belgium but it had English text.