The Art of Herge, Inventor of Tintin, Volume 1: 1907-1937




      The Art of Herge, Inventor of Tintin, Volume 1: 1907-1937
The first in a three volume series, The Art of Herge presents a selection of Herge s outstanding, often unpublished drawings showing the diversity of his work and offering the reader a view of the range of his talent Georges Remi, better known as Herge, the creator of Tintin Snowy, was born a century ago He left us an exceptional legacy From his child Free Read [ The Art of Herge, Inventor of Tintin, Volume 1: 1907-1937 ] By [ Philippe Goddin ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – heartforum.co.uk

Philippe Goddin is a leading Tintinologist, i.e., an expert on The Adventures of Tintin by Herg , and author of several books on Tintin and his creator He was general secretary of the Fondation Herg from 1989 to 1999.

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  • Hardcover
  • 207 pages
  • The Art of Herge, Inventor of Tintin, Volume 1: 1907-1937
  • Philippe Goddin
  • English
  • 02 June 2019
  • 0867197064

10 thoughts on “ The Art of Herge, Inventor of Tintin, Volume 1: 1907-1937

  1. Hnerd says:

    While I really enjoyed the book, it could have used a copy editor There werethan a few rather obvious grammatical and spelling errors, and the text was clunkier than it should have been It s a real shame, because the art is amazing and the story told by the text is interesting It just needed som...

  2. Jordi J says:

    Una mica decebedor ja que passa una mica per sobre dels temes reals que van inspirar els lbums d Herg.

  3. Jay Daze says:

    The art is let down by the text What a waste.

  4. Martin Allen says:

    This book bedazzled me and infuriated me in equal measure This large hardback is ultimately a collectors coffee table item and comes in three volumes This first volume tells the story of Georges Remi Herg for those that don t know those are his initials reversed and said in French R said as air and G said as szay and his early life as an illustrator author of Tintin and other works of equal endearment This volume covers his birth in 1907 up to 1937.The bedazzling element of this This book bedazzled me and infuriated me in equal measure This large hardback is ultimately a collectors coffee table item and comes in three volumes This first volume tells the story of Georges Remi Herg for those that don t know those are his initials reversed and said in French R said as air and G said as szay and his early life as an illustrator auth...

  5. Parka says:

    More pictures at parkablogs.com This is the first of a three volume series that looks at the art of Herge, creator of Tintin, whose real name is Georges Remi.The first volume covers from 1907 when Herge was born to 1937 Herge only started drawing seriously when he was 15 Tintin was created in 1929 so there are a lot of art that s not Tintin related in the book.This book includes his sketches, illustrations, commissioned advertising work and of course his comic panels among many other More pictures at parkablogs.com This is the first of a three volume series that looks at the art of Herge, creator of Tintin, whose real name is Georges Remi.The first volume covers from 1907 when Herge was born to 1937 Herge only started drawing seriously when he was 15 Tintin was created in 1929 so there are a lot of art that s not Tintin related in the book.This book includes his sketches, illustrations, commissioned advertising work and of course his comic panels among many other creations The comics are lifted by bits so there are no complete stor...

  6. James Perkins says:

    I was hoping this would be a proper biography of Herge real name Georges Remi , the Belgian who wrote Tintin Unfortunately it contained only scant details of his life, instead preferring to focus on the complex plots of the early adventures of Tintin and other characters Since I can read the full Tintin stories in other formats, this was a little disappointing What was most interesting was watching the Tintin character develop from the initial idea, when he first appeared as a strip in a boy I was hoping this would be a proper biography of Herge real name Georges Remi , the Belgian who wrote Tintin Unfortunately it contained only scant details of his life, instead preferring to focus on the complex plots of the early adventures of Tintin and other characters Since I can read the full Tintin stories in other formats, this was a little disappointing What was most interesting was watching the Tintin character develop from the initial idea, when he first appeared as a strip in a boy scout magazine, to the intrepid reporter we know today It was also fascinating to see examples of other work produced by the artist, who was so talented that he had no one specific style he could produce nearly anything asked of him, especially when pro...

  7. Justwinter says:

    Felt I d best pick up these ,gosh, is scholarly the right word here Tintin books before the movies hit the US potentially cause a rush on all things Tintin I grew up reading Tintin his illustrated adventures got me back into reading during a particularly rough transition from European schools to US.I love the stories the deceptively simple lovely artwork Tintin let me tag along to wild exotic locations and vicariously explore new worlds, solve mysteries and put Felt I d best pick up these ,gosh, is scholarly the right word here Tintin books before the movies hit the US potentially cause a rush on all things Tintin I grew up reading Tintin his illustrated adventures got me back into reading during a particula...

  8. Michel says:

    I was hoping to read the original versions of Tintin s first adventures like the Cigars and Black Gold , before Herge realized he was merely echoing dominant prejudices and propagating rightwing myths There is no ...

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