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An enduring classic, The Art of Walt Disney has sold more than half a million copies since its first publication in 1973 and is still considered the definitive study of The Walt Disney Company's vast artistic achievements through the decades. the book tells the remarkable story of Walt Disney and the company he built based on the creations of his extraordinary imagination, from Mickey Mouse to feature films to theme parks and Broadway. Based on numerous interviews with Disney staff members past and present, the text is profusely illustrated with more than eight hundred illustrations ranging from concept and background art to film stills - Mickey's 1928 debut in Steamboat Willie to the latest from Disney/Pixar, The Incredibles - to views of theme-park attractions and Broadway stage productions.
Christopher Finch has revised and expanded this volume extensively, adding three new chapters, to cover all the major Disney Projects since the 1995 edition. here Finch describes in detail the Disney films from the last ten years, including Mulan, Fantasia/2000, James and the Giant Peach, Lilo & Stitch, Brother Bear and Home on the Range, as well as Disney's enormously popular films with Pixar, such as Toy Story and Toy Story 2, A Bug's Life, Monsters, Inc, and finding Nemo (the highest grossing animated film in history). This edition also covers the latest in live action films and Disney's successful foray on Broadway with The Lion King, Beauty and the Beast and Aida. The ever-growing Disney theme parks are explored, including California Adventure in Anaheim, Animal Kingdom in Orlando and Tokyo DisneySea in Japan.
This new edition of The Art of Walt Disney once again tells the endlessly fascinating story of Disney's rise from humble beginnings to international renown, but this time we're brought into the twenty-first century. This next episode in the history of The Walt Disney Company is sure to captivate a whole new audience, while reigniting the excitement of those who already own a previous edition of the book.Biographie de l'auteur :
Christopher Finch is the author of more than twenty books, including The Art of The Lion King, Jim Henson: The Works: Highways to Heaven: the Autobiography of America; Special Effects; Gone Hollywood (with Linda Rosenkrantz); Rainbow: The Stormy life of Judy Garlands; and Norman Rockwell's America. He was born on the island of Guernsey and studied painting at Chelsea Art School in London. In the mid-sixties, he began writing art criticism, becoming a contributing editor to Art & Artists and British contemporary art, especially Pop Art. In 1967 he joined the curatorial staff of the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis.In 1969 he resumed his freelance writing career in New York, where he remained until 1990, when he moved to Los Angeles. He is a regular contributor to Architectural Digest.
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Description du livre Abrams, 2011. Hardcover. Etat : New. Since it was first published in 1973, "The Art of Walt Disney" has established itself as an indispensable classic of illustrated book publishing, selling hundreds of thousands of copies. Offering a comprehensive history and tribute to the career and legacy of Walt Disney, this book was the first to reveal the wealth of concept art, animation drawings and archival material that is created in the course of animating films. And for many readers, it was the first art book that they came to own and treasure. "The Art of Walt Disney" went through two updates at the hand of its experienced author, Christopher Finch, both adding chapters to the original book. Now comes the first completely revised edition, thoroughly reworked to give a balanced view of the achievements of the Disney Company in filmmaking, theatre and theme parks from Walt's day to the present. This new edition also shows how John Lasseter and his team at Pixar have equalled and extended Disney's achievements in feature animation. In researching and writing the new chapters, Christopher Finch builds upon his unparalleled access to leading filmmakers and artists at Disney. Printed Pages: 504. N° de réf. du vendeur Abrams/V&A-9780810998148
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