The art of humorous illustration

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Watson-Guptill Publications, 1973 - Art - 160 pages
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Contents

Foreword by Federico Fellini
7
Pantomime on Paper
15
The Decorative Approach
27
Copyright

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Nick Meglin has authored books and numerous articles on drawNick Meglin has authored books and numerous articles on drawing and illustration and has taught at the School of Visual ing and illustration and has taught at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. That experience, along with seminars Arts in New York City. That experience, along with seminars conducted at the Norman Rockwell Museum and other art institconducted at the Norman Rockwell Museum and other art institutions, led to the development of his unique approach to drautions, led to the development of his unique approach to drawing for personal satisfaction and sheer enjoyment of the crwing for personal satisfaction and sheer enjoyment of the creative process. An editor of MAD Magazine for most of his preative process. An editor of MAD Magazine for most of his professional career, his text proves to be as fun to read as iofessional career, his text proves to be as fun to read as it is informative.

Diane E. Meglin, DCSW, MSW is a Clinict is informative.

Diane E. Meglin, DCSW, MSW is a Clinical Social Worker on the faculty of Duke University Medical Cal Social Worker on the faculty of Duke University Medical Center. She has published articles and held workshops on a vaenter. She has published articles and held workshops on a variety of topics within the mental health field. riety of topics within the mental health field.

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