Emile Cohl, Caricature, and Film - Princeton Legacy Library 1046 by Donald Crafton
This is the biography of Emile Coyle (1857-1938), one of the most important pioneers in the art of animation and an innovative contributor to popular graphic humor at a critical…
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This is the biography of Emile Coyle (1857-1938), one of the most important pioneers in the art of animation and an innovative contributor to popular graphic humor at a critical moment when it changed from a traditional caricature to a modern comic strip. .
This highly illustrated book presents not only a wealth of information about Cohl's life but also an analysis of his contribution to the development of an animated film in both France and the United States and an explanation of how the genre fits into the new historical shift from "primitive" to "classical" cinema. "Beautiful in form and design, with stunning versions of films and newspapers, Emile Kohl, comics, and a film that presents a personal biography of the form that has created almost European art of animation ...
In his theory and history, the book is one of the most important contributions in the field of animation films, "It is fundamental to cinematic study as such, offering a new and exciting look at the complex world of early cinema." - Dana Pollan, a quarterly film originally published in 1990. The PrincetonLegacyLibrary uses state-of-the-art printing technology to make available books that were not printed By the distinguished background menu of Berri University Press Neston.
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