August 30, 2017 Slideshows » Arts & Entertainment

Arthur Singer: The Wildlife Art of an American Master 

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A watercolor self portrait by Arthur Singer while he was enlisted in WWII.
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Singer's caricature of Cab Calloway, created when we was just a teen.
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Singer sketched these four war boat scenes off the coast of Normandy during WWII.
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A watercolor painting of the barracks at Fort de Vaux, Verdun, created by Arthur Singer during WWII.
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Installation shot of prints of Arthur Singer's bird paintings, as well as his painting "Brown Pelicans in Mangroves."
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Arthur Singer's painting of a backlit Albatross soaring over the sparkling sea.
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A selection of Arthur Singer's original paintings of big cats.
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Singer traveled widely and painted from photographs, memory, and a sharp understanding of animal anatomy.
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A watercolor self portrait by Arthur Singer while he was enlisted in WWII.

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