Large hardback book entitled “Conserving” which includes “Conserving Fish,” “Conserving Animals” and “Conserving Humans”. A sensitive confrontation with a part of our life that is frequently repressed or tabooed. Daniel and Geo Fuchs pursue exiting new paths in this photographic work. Their virtuosic use of lighting enables them to breathe new life into specimens, some of which have been conserved in alcohol or formaldehyde for as much as 300 years. For the first time ever, these artistic photographs depict specimens from natural history museums and anatomical collections, many of which have never before been on public display. It is a visual masterpiece and one from my own collection. Measures 32 x 25cms and in excellent condition with 240 pages and 180 amazing color photographs.