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Treasures Retold: The Lost Art of Alex Toth
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Treasures Retold: The Lost Art of Alex Toth

Alex Toth Alex Toth


9781684054121

LIBRARY OF AMERICA


Art » Fantasy Art;
Media » Media Reference;
Media » Graphic Novel


Hardback

216 pages

$69.99
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Alex Toth's significance to comics and animation art cannot be overstated. During his career, he was the comic industry's foremost proponent of modern design and composition. Starting in 1950, his work influenced almost every one of his contemporaries, and has continued to work its magic on the generations that followed. In animation, his 1960s model sheets for Hanna-Barbera are still passed around as swipe sources from animator to young animator in the 21st Century. Included are complete stories from the 1950s and beyond, recently discovered color animation storyboards and presentation drawings, sketches and doodles, industrial comics, and individual pages from obscure comics and magazines. It's a treasure trove that makes a fitting companion to the Eisner Award-winning Alex Toth- Genius trilogy.

By:   Alex Toth
By (artist):   Alex Toth
Imprint:   LIBRARY OF AMERICA
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 336mm,  Width: 250mm,  Spine: 32mm
Weight:   2.218kg
ISBN:   9781684054121
ISBN 10:   1684054125
Series:   Alex Toth: Genius
Pages:   216
Publication Date:   July 2019
Recommended Age:   From 13 to 16 years
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Born in New York City in 1928, Alex Toth attended what is now the School of Visual Arts and broke into the comic book field as a teenager. During his sixty-year professional career, he became known as the artists' artist --he became very much like his great hero, Noel Sickles--the guy all the others wanted to draw like. In the 1960s he entered the animation field and became equally well-known and respected for his groundbreaking designs for Space Ghost and The Herculoids, among other series.

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