| Japanese Animation: From Painted Scrolls to Pokemon |
Brigitte Koyama-Richard studies the evolution of Japanese animation through the centuries, retracing its history from painted scrolls to woodblock prints, to animated films, first in black and white, and then in color. A number of prominent artists are showcased, including Tezuka Osamu, the "godfather of anime," and Hayao Miyazaki, founder of the world-renowned Studio Ghibli. Illustrated with over 500 images, many rarely seen in the West, this book bridges the gap between art history and pop culture.
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| One Thousand Years of Manga |
One Thousand Years of Manga is both an informative account of the genesis of the form and a visual delight. Through its captivating full-color illustrations and enlightening text, the book situates manga in its proper context, appreciating it for what it truly is: an integral part of Japanese art and culture that is as rich and revealing as it is popular.
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