» » The Essential George Booth (The Essential Cartoonists Library)

eBook The Essential George Booth (The Essential Cartoonists Library) epub

by Lee Lorenz

eBook The Essential George Booth (The Essential Cartoonists Library) epub
  • ISBN: 0761112510
  • Author: Lee Lorenz
  • Genre: Comics
  • Subcategory: Graphic Novels
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Workman Publishing Company (October 1, 1998)
  • Pages: 144 pages
  • ePUB size: 1557 kb
  • FB2 size 1973 kb
  • Formats mbr lit azw docx


George Booth is an icon, a quintessential New Yorker cartoonist whose lovable band of cat ladies and crackpots has .

George Booth is an icon, a quintessential New Yorker cartoonist whose lovable band of cat ladies and crackpots has been delighting readers for over thirty years. Series: The Essential Cartoonists Library. Paperback: 144 pages. Publisher: Workman Publishing Company (October 1, 1998).

The Essential George Booth (The Essential Cartoonists Library).

Each volume focuses on one truly outstanding artist and features approximately 150 of the artist's best cartoons, as well as insight into background, influences, inspirations, working habits, and more. Launching the series: The Essential George Booth and The Essential Charles Barsotti.

Lee Lorenz (born 1932) is an American cartoonist, most notable for his work in The New Yorker. The Essential George Booth" (Workman, 1998). The Essential Charles Barsotti" (Workman, 1998). The Art of The New Yorker 1925 -1995, (Knopf, 1995). The World of William Steig (Artisan, 1998). The Essential Jack Ziegler (Workman, 2001). Big Gus and Little Gus (Prentice-Hall, 1982).

The Essential George Booth book. The Essential George Booth (The Essential Cartoonists Library). 0761112510 (ISBN13: 9780761112518). In Booth, Lorenz traces the career of this New Yorker icon.

Launching the series: The Essential George Booth and The Essential Charles Barsotti

Launching the series: The Essential George Booth and The Essential Charles Barsotti. Charles Barsotti is also a 30-year veteran of The New Yorker, and in Barsotti Lorenz presents an overview of this signature cartoonist whose rounded, elegant, sparsely detailed style evokes both the traditional world of a Thurber and the contemporary sensibility of a Roz Chast.

This collection of work from New Yorker cartoonist George Booth is an absolute hoot.

book by George Booth. This collection of work from New Yorker cartoonist George Booth is an absolute hoot. This volume focuses on George Booth, featuring some of his best cartoons, as well as insight into background, influences, inspirations and working habits. Known primarily for his unmistakeable characters, Booth combines warmth, energy, quirkiness and small detail in his cartoons.

Published November 2000 by Workman Publishing Company Prefer the physical book? Check nearby libraries with

Published November 2000 by Workman Publishing Company. Prefer the physical book? Check nearby libraries with: WorldCat.

Lee Lorenz (Lorenz, Lee). used books, rare books and new books. The Essential George Booth (The Essential Cartoonists Library): ISBN 9780761112518 (978-0-7611-1251-8) Softcover, Workman Publishing Company, 1998. Find all books by 'Lee Lorenz' and compare prices Find signed collectible books by 'Lee Lorenz'. The Essential Jack Ziegler (The Essential Cartoonists Library). ISBN 9780761117582 (978-0-7611-1758-2) Softcover, Workman Publishing Company, 2000.

Cartoonists are finally getting their due. Compiled and edited by Lee Lorenz, former art editor of The New Yorker and an acclaimed cartoonist in his own right, The Essential Cartoonists library is a celebration of this unique visual art form. Each volume focuses on one truly outstanding artist and features approximately 150 of the artist's best cartoons, as well as insight into background, influences, inspirations, working habits, and more. Launching the series: The Essential George Booth and The Essential Charles Barsotti. In Booth, Lorenz traces the career of this New Yorker icon. Known primarily for his unmistakable characters--Mr. Ferguson, the violin-playing Mrs. Rittenhouse, curmudgeons with their crazed dogs and unruly profusion of cats--Booth combines warmth, energy, quirkiness, and amazing detail. Like another famous Missourian, Mark Twain, Booth has never lost that flavor of small-town eccentricity--or the laugh-out-loud humor that defines his work.
Comments: (7)
Ironfire
Booth's visual humor is, for me, unequalled; I own a number of collections of his work. In this one, the cartoon on page 79 alone (part of which is reproduced on the cover) is worth the price of admission. No matter how many times I look at Booth, he can always make me guffaw. Most of what I see in the New Yorker these days pales by comparison.
Άνουβις
Just no way to top this man's sense of humor, wit and imagery. Cannot help but laugh out loud at his skillful manner of looking at life's treasured moments of staring ourselves in the face!
Ghile
George Booth is one of my favorite cartoonists, and this book offers his best cartoons, and lots of background. You cannot explain a joke, but the interviews really add to the fun here. Great little book! And what I'd really love would be a book of Boothcartoons of 800 pages or more. This book just wetted my appetite!
September
This is the one and only Geo. Booth who should make you laff out loud as much as I did.
Arabella V.
Love Booth's humor.
Manona
Subtle humor at first glance and then sneaks up on your funny bone. Love the line quality of Booth' drawings. Nice insight into his characters and profession. Highly recommended.
Shadowbourne
Lee Lorenz wrote a mini-biography of Booth, which I did not expect. Anyone who enjoys Booth cartoons should read it. Many surprises. I owned the book; bought this one as a gift because I could not part with my own copy.
Geo.Booth lends a certain amount of sanity to what seems like a world gone mad. A sort of linamint ! B
eBooks Related to The Essential George Booth (The Essential Cartoonists Library)
Contacts | Privacy Policy | DMCA
All rights reserved.
lycee-pablo-picasso.fr © 2016-2020