Cartoons: One Hundred Years of Cinema Animation
"... its encyclopedic style will find it a place in the library of everyone interested in the subject." -- Kirkus Reviews
"This exciting and informative encyclopedia... is a worthy and welcome addition to our library on world-wide cartooning... this is a marvelous compendium, one that belongs on the coffee-table and on the scholar's shelf." -- Journal of Popular Culture
"... this valuable effort... promises to be the basic reference on its subject for some time to come." -- Booklist
"Enthusiastically recommended as both a fascinating story and an incredible reference resource for both scholars and aficionados of the art of film." -- Choice
"Best of all, though, are the author's unexpectedly clever insights." -- Los Angeles Times Book Review
"This encyclopedic survey of commercial and fine art animation is well illustrated and international in scope; few new books on animation contain as much material as this important volume." -- Wilson Library Bulletin
The long-awaited English-language edition of a classic study of world animation, Cartoons provides the first comprehensive, detailed history and critique of cinema animation world-wide. Over 70 countries, 2,000 animators, and 3,000 films are covered in this lavishly illustrated, authoritative, and encyclopedic account.
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This chronological history analyzes animated film as an autonomous art form that has nevertheless been affected by the economics of live-action cinema as well as social and political forces (e.g., the ... Read full review
An excellent and thorough book that explores the very vast story of animation history. A must-have for any art enthusiast. There is no other book like this out there.
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