Portraits from Life

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Drawn & Quarterly Publications, Mar 1, 2001 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 128 pages
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At last, David Collier's most popular and well-received work, his comic book biographies, is being collected together in one complete book! "Portraits From Life" presents Collier's fascinating look at the lives of six individuals, from "Grey Owl" (recently made into a Hollywood film) to the recent "David Milgaard" story, about a man wrongfully accused of a brutal rape and murder. Also: "The Ethel Catherwood Story", about an eccentric early 20th century Olympic champion; "Humphry Osmond", a compelling look at the man who coined the term "psychedelic"; and, finally, a look at the early exploits of Richard Collier, the artist's grandfather.
Find out why R. Crumb and Chris Ware consider Collier among the most interesting cartoonists working today!

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Great stories. Visual style reminiscent of Crumb. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
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Section 2
Section 3
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About the author (2001)

David Collier is the author of Portraits from Life, Hamilton Sketchbook, and The Frank Ritza Papers, which was nominated for a Doug Wright Award. He previously lived in Saskatoon but now lives in Hamilton. Chimo will be launched at the Brush With War exhibit at the Canadian War Museum in Ottawa in December and then at Grit Lit in Hamilton and TCAF in Toronto in Spring 2011.

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