White Lion imprint, it's 208 pages and will be available in flexibound format.
This is both an inspiration book and (much less so) tutorial or instruction
book. It covers a very wide range of artistic styles and subjects. The
only common theme is the botanical subject. It includes a helpful picture
gallery table of contents as well as an artist index, so readers can
concentrate on one artist at a time or the entire smorgasbord of variety
which is included.
A short introduction is followed by the gallery of works. Each of the
studies has the work on a full page with a *short* info and tips section
on the facing page. These explanations include techniques such as medium used and other contrast and style info.
The gallery is followed by a short fundamental tutorial for drawing botanicals: choosing tools and materials, getting started, painting, sketching, and working
digitally. The tutorial chapter segues into a short (but fairly useful)
bibliography and links for further reading.
This is a well done book showing a very wide variety of rendering
techniques. This would be a valuable resource for a student up to professional artist, or as a beautiful art book in its own right. I'm emphatically not a gifted artist, but I found a number of good tips in this compilation.
Disclosure: I received an ARC at no cost from the author/publisher for review purposes.