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Savage Art 20th Century Genre and the Artists that Defined It

by Frank M. Robinson

Savage Art 20th Century Genre and the Artists that Defined It Synopsis

Savage Art showcases the popular period illustration which prefigured and helped create the violent visual language in today's popular aboveground cinema, comic books, and ultra-violent multi-million copy video games. Featuring disturbing illustration by pulp artists Walter Baumhofer, Rafael de Soto, Jerome Rozen, and others, this beautifully produced full-color collection documents Depression-era masculine violence, in fantasy and reality, as depicted on the covers of popular literature.

Book Information

ISBN: 9781599290560
Publication date: 18th November 2010
Author: Frank M. Robinson
Publisher: Underwood Books Inc
Format: Hardback
Pagination: 112 pages
Categories: Illustration, Comic book & cartoon art,

About Frank M. Robinson

Tim Underwood, Arnie Fenner and Cathy Fenner have edited numerous collections of genre art over the past twenty years. Frank Robinson is the author of numerous thriller and SF novels. He co-authored Pulp Culture: The Art of Fiction Magazines, a renowned reference book on pulp art and literature, and co-edited Art of Imagination.

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