Sunday, June 03, 2012

Seton and Vadim Gorbatov

Vadim acknowledged Seton as an influence before he ever visited us in NM.
When a Korean publisher asked him to do a version of Seton's Lobo, the story of a youthful Seton's capture of a notorious cattle- killing wolf in late 19th century New Mexico, we sent background images to him in Moscow. He in turn gave us an original two page spread.
You might think he had lived here all his life.


Chas S. Clifton said...

The horse looks Asian. ;)

Anonymous said...

Well, you know how I feel about his work... love it.


Retrieverman said...

That last painting reminds me of a scene from Cormac McCarthy's The Crossing.