Cavandolate Unantologia Di Risate Di Osvaldo Cavandoli Maestro Italiano Dellumorismo Book PDF, EPUB Download & Read Online Free

Author: Osvaldo Cavandoli
ISBN: 8883940067
Pages: 118
Year: 2001
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Bibliografia nazionale italiana
Year: 2002
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Catalogo dei libri in commercio
Year: 2002
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Nine-eleven Emergency Relief
Author: Jeff Mason
Pages: 189
Year: 2002
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Cartoonists offer personal accounts of their experiences related to the September 11 terrorist attacks.
Vertigo Verite
Author: Jamie Delano
Publisher: Dc Comics
Pages: 63
Year: 1998-05
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The Isle of Dwarves
Author: Massimiliano Frezzato
Publisher: Heavy Metal Magazine
ISBN: 188293136X
Pages: 64
Year: 1998-03-01
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Author: Jayne Pilling
Publisher: Rotovision
ISBN: 2880464455
Pages: 160
Year: 2001
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This book introduces the wide range of styles and techniques that make up the art of animation. Fourteen key animators from around the world discuss their commercial and personal work, their working set-ups and their thoughts for the future.
Silent Dance
Author: Matteo Casali, Grazia Lobaccaro, Alessandro DeAngelis
Publisher: SLG Publishing
ISBN: 1593620195
Pages: 208
Year: 2005
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The prey: Adrian, an ancient vampire who feeds on dreams. The hunter: Hector, last member of the Mydlar family, a desperate man who needs blood to keep hunting his prey. Their past leaves them no other choice but to dance a silent dance that is now nearing its final round. As supernatural nightmares and human horrors unravel in their lives, the two eternal enemies will be caught in their deadly dance with no chance to escape.
The Poster in History
Author: Max Gallo, Arturo Carlo Quintavalle, Charles Flowers
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN: 0393322378
Pages: 335
Year: 2001
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Reproduces posters that best reflect the social and political ideas of each era since the French Revolution.
English Caricature and Satire on Napoleon I.
Author: John Ashton
Pages: 283
Year: 1884
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The Queen's Matrimonial Ladder, a National Toy, with Fourteen Step Scenes
Author: William Hone
Pages: 22
Year: 1820
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Graphic Works of George Cruikshank
Author: George Cruikshank, Richard A. Vogler
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 048623438X
Pages: 168
Year: 1979
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269 copyright-free reproductions of etchings, woodcuts (eight in full color).
George III
Author: Kenneth Baker
Pages: 224
Year: 2007
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Traces the long reign of George III as reflected in the cartoons of his day, citing his pervasive unpopularity and the failures with which he is credited while offering insight into the tragic circumstances that marked his private life.
World War I in Cartoons
Author: Mark Bryant
ISBN: 1909808091
Pages: 160
Year: 2014-05-31
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Using images from a wide variety of international wartime magazines, newspapers, books, postcards, posters and prints Mark Bryant tells the history of World War I from both sides of the conflict in an immediate and refreshing manner that brings history alive. The book contains more than 300 cartoons and caricatures, in colour and black and white, many of which are published here in book form for the first time. Artists featured include such famous names as Bruce Bairnsfather, H.M.Bateman, F.H.Townshend, Alfred Leete, E.J. Sullivan, Lucien Metivet and Louis Raemaekers, with drawings from the Bystander, London Opinion, Daily Graphic, Punch, Le Rire, Simplicissimus and Kladderadatsch amongst many others.
George IV
Author: Kenneth Baker
ISBN: 0500251274
Pages: 224
Year: 2005
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This book presents over 200 cartoons lampooning the larger-than-life King George IV (r.1821-1830), combined with a text (in 19 chapters) by Kenneth Baker, who brings his own extensive political experience to his discussion of George. Baker sets George in the context of his personal and political life, and reveals his passion for collecting works of art and his interest in architecture and design. A final chapter discusses George's relations with the press.