Richly detailed, luminous paintings by a renowned Russian artist highlight an adaptation of the best-known story from Jonathan Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels, Gulliver’s remarkable encounter with the tiny inhabitants of Lilliput.
Gennady Spirin was classically educated at the Moscow Art School at the Academy of Arts and at the Moscow Stroganov Institute. Influenced by Russian Renaissance painters, Mr. Spirin has developed his own unique style of illustration using traditional Russian art techniques. His work appeared four times on the annual New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books of the Year list. He lives in Princeton, New Jersey.
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