Robert Louis Stevenson's classic adventure stories, with N. C. Wyeth's iconic illustrations - now available in a collectible two-volume set. N. C. Wyeth's illustrations to Treasure Island and Kidnapped - first published in 1911 and 1913, respectively, by Charles Scribner's Sons - made his artistic reputation. With a bold mastery of light and colour, Wyeth brilliantly conveyed action, character, and setting, lending an extra excitement to Robert Louis Stevenson's tales of pirates and buried treasure, and intrigue in the Scottish Highlands. Now readers can enjoy this classic author-illustrator pairing in a handsome two-volume set with a new introduction by Christine B. Podmaniczky, a leading expert on N. C. Wyeth. AUTHOR: Robert Louis Stevenson was born in Scotland in 1850 and died in Samoa in 1894. He is one of the world's best-loved writers in prose and verse. N. C. Wyeth (1882-1945), the celebrated American painter and muralist, illustrated many works of classic literature. SELLING POINTS: . A classic author-illustrator pairing: two beloved adventure stories by Robert Louis Stevenson, with full-page illustrations by N. C. Wyeth . A collectible format: two beautifully designed clothbound volumes in a handsome slipcase . New introduction by Christine B. Podmaniczky, a leading expert on N. C. Wyeth . A companion to Abbeville's best-selling two-volume set of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn with illustrations by Norman Rockwell Two clothbound volumes in slipcase, 44 colour illustrations
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