The Lost Art of Matt Baker Vol. 1: The Complete Canteen Kate

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The Lost Art of Matt Baker Vol. 1 Every Canteen Kate story ever published--22 in all--is collected for the first time in "The Lost Art of Matt Baker (Vol. 1)," judiciously restored and enlarged 20 percent over their original published size. A rich introduction by veteran comics writer Steven Ringgenberg provides insightful historical and biographical context, and a bonus gallery spotlights Baker's skills as a cover artist. Best of all, Baker and his good-time gal bring you weapons-grade guffaws as well as art that will leave you eager to see more from this master draftsman. Regardless of what comics Baker drew, one quality always emerged: his naturalistically gorgeous women. This master of "...

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Baker, Matt; Procopio, Joseph [Editor]; Ringgenberg, Steven [Introduction];
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Description du livre Picture This Press, United States, 2013. Paperback. État : New. 277 x 216 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Every Canteen Kate story ever published--22 in all--is collected for the first time in The Lost Art of Matt Baker (Vol. 1), judiciously restored and enlarged 20 percent over their original published size. A rich introduction by veteran comics writer Steven Ringgenberg provides insightful historical and biographical context, and a bonus gallery spotlights Baker s skills as a cover artist. Best of all, Baker and his good-time gal bring you weapons-grade guffaws as well as art that will leave you eager to see more from this master draftsman. Regardless of what comics Baker drew, one quality always emerged: his naturalistically gorgeous women. This master of good girl art drew every installment of the candid wartime cutie, from her premiere in Fightin Marines (1951) to her final bow in Anchors Andrews (1953), all contained in this volume. Unlike the jingoistic comics typically published during the Korean War, Canteen Kate tales were designed to be morale-boosting screwball fun. Volume 2 in The Lost Art of Matt Baker series will collect his entire output for the Wartime Romances comic, and Volume 3 will provide a sampling of his best war, western, and suspense stories (forthcoming in 2014). This volume on Matt Baker represents the sixth release from the much-lauded Lost Art Books line. Lost Art Books, the flagship series from Picture This Press, collects and preserves the works of illustrators and cartoonists from the first half of the 20th century. Too many of these artists have gone underappreciated for too long, with much of their work uncollected or unexamined for decades, if at all. The Lost Art Books series aims to preserve this cultural heritage by re-introducing these artists to new generations of working illustrators, historians, and admirers of things beautiful. N° de réf. du libraire APC9780982927687

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Description du livre Picture This Press, United States, 2013. Paperback. État : New. 277 x 216 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Every Canteen Kate story ever published--22 in all--is collected for the first time in The Lost Art of Matt Baker (Vol. 1), judiciously restored and enlarged 20 percent over their original published size. A rich introduction by veteran comics writer Steven Ringgenberg provides insightful historical and biographical context, and a bonus gallery spotlights Baker s skills as a cover artist. Best of all, Baker and his good-time gal bring you weapons-grade guffaws as well as art that will leave you eager to see more from this master draftsman. Regardless of what comics Baker drew, one quality always emerged: his naturalistically gorgeous women. This master of good girl art drew every installment of the candid wartime cutie, from her premiere in Fightin Marines (1951) to her final bow in Anchors Andrews (1953), all contained in this volume. Unlike the jingoistic comics typically published during the Korean War, Canteen Kate tales were designed to be morale-boosting screwball fun. Volume 2 in The Lost Art of Matt Baker series will collect his entire output for the Wartime Romances comic, and Volume 3 will provide a sampling of his best war, western, and suspense stories (forthcoming in 2014). This volume on Matt Baker represents the sixth release from the much-lauded Lost Art Books line. Lost Art Books, the flagship series from Picture This Press, collects and preserves the works of illustrators and cartoonists from the first half of the 20th century. Too many of these artists have gone underappreciated for too long, with much of their work uncollected or unexamined for decades, if at all. The Lost Art Books series aims to preserve this cultural heritage by re-introducing these artists to new generations of working illustrators, historians, and admirers of things beautiful. N° de réf. du libraire APC9780982927687

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Description du livre Picture This Press. Paperback. État : New. Paperback. 162 pages. Dimensions: 10.9in. x 8.5in. x 0.4in.Every Canteen Kate story ever published--22 in all--is collected for the first time in The Lost Art of Matt Baker (Vol. 1), judiciously restored and enlarged 20 percent over their original published size. A rich introduction by veteran comics writer Steven Ringgenberg provides insightful historical and biographical context, and a bonus gallery spotlights Bakers skills as a cover artist. Best of all, Baker and his good-time gal bring you weapons-grade guffaws as well as art that will leave you eager to see more from this master draftsman. Regardless of what comics Baker drew, one quality always emerged: his naturalistically gorgeous women. This master of good girl art drew every installment of the candid wartime cutie, from her premiere in Fightin Marines (1951) to her final bow in Anchors Andrews (1953), all contained in this volume. Unlike the jingoistic comics typically published during the Korean War, Canteen Kate tales were designed to be morale-boosting screwball fun. Volume 2 in The Lost Art of Matt Baker series will collect his entire output for the Wartime Romances comic, and Volume 3 will provide a sampling of his best war, western, and suspense stories (forthcoming in 2014). This volume on Matt Baker represents the sixth release from the much-lauded Lost Art Books line. Lost Art Books, the flagship series from Picture This Press, collects and preserves the works of illustrators and cartoonists from the first half of the 20th century. Too many of these artists have gone underappreciated for too long, with much of their work uncollected or unexamined for decades, if at all. The Lost Art Books series aims to preserve this cultural heritage by re-introducing these artists to new generations of working illustrators, historians, and admirers of things beautiful. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. N° de réf. du libraire 9780982927687

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