The Art of Hergé, Inventor of Tintin: 1907-1937. Volume 1

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Last Gasp of San Francisco, 2009 - Art - 207 pages
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The second in a three-volume series, The Art of Herge is a selection of Herge's outstanding, often unpublished drawings showing the diversity of his work and offering the reader a view of the range of his talent. This second volume covers the years 1937 to 1949 - a fascinating period in the artist's career. It marks the maturity of Herge - in 1937 he was only 30, but he had laid down enough markers to lay claim to his future territory, the strip cartoon. It was also during this period that he began to render the adventures of Tintin in colour.

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(More pictures at parkablogs.com) This is the first of a three-volume series that looks at the art of Herge, creator of Tintin, whose real name is Georges Remi. The first volume covers from 1907 (when ... Read full review

About the author (2009)

Philippe Goddin, born in 1944, is considered to be one of the top experts on Herge's life and oeuvre. He has been studying Herge's work for more than 30 years, and has published several books on the subject. He knows Herge personally.

Michael Farr is a leading British Tintinologist, and an expert on the comic series Tintin and its creator, Hergé. He has written several books on the subject as well as translating several others into English.

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