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Publishng Children’s Literature

Posted on August 17, 2017 in News

"The Adventures of Baron Munchausen" in the design of Dora was reprinted Publishing Children's Literature. " Illustrations by Dore exactly transmit the contents of the main episodes of the book Raspe. Both the protagonist is depicted in the pictures looks the way it described the author. It is dressed in his uniform not very tall middle-aged man a big nose, dashing mustache, beard, ponytail and wearing a wig with a thin braid at the nape. But in the illustrations to "Myunhauzenu" reflect the characteristics of creativity to Dora as a whole. For an artist has always been a characteristic desire to impress the audience with something spectacular, fantastic, terrific. And in "The Adventures of Baron Munchausen," an artist first and foremost attracted by the wealth of invention, a variety of events, plenty of unusual characters and all sorts of weird and wonderful phenomena. So, for example, his drawing of a horse tied to the top of the church, do not laugh, but rather astonishes the viewer.

As a rare and entertaining look at the spectacle of him, and "The Taming" "raging coats, and the procedure for" matching " two halves of the horse. But here's a hundred years after the book appeared, with illustrations by Dore, in 1971, in Moscow, published by "The Kid" "The Adventures of Baron Munchausen" out in the design of two Moscow graphs – ma Skobelev and A. Eliseev. Dore illustrations from the works of these artists – our contemporaries, primarily distinguished by the style of his drawings – a much more catchy, concise, less well-developed, as well as its graphics technology: a Dora – black and white line images have Skobelev and Eliseev – a bright-color watercolor.