Tintin: The Art of Herge
Since Tintin first appeared in 1929, he has captivated generations of children and adults alike. Millions followed Tintin's journeys from the wilds of the Congo to the streets of Prague, Moscow, and New York. Published in 2013, Tintin: The Art of Herge attracted Tintin fans everywhere by offering insight into this iconic character, with incredible access to original sources from the Herge Museum in Belgium. Illustrated by images of this unparalleled collection, Tintin: The Art of Herge provides a rare glimpse into Tintin and Herge's world. Previously unpublished drawings depict how the beloved characters were created and offer fresh commentary. Now, this popular book is available in paperback at an appealing price point.
- Paperback | 480 pages
- 210 x 210 x 35.56mm | 1,519.53g
- 23 Oct 2018
- Abrams Comicarts
- New York, United States
"This 500-page, illustrated coffee-table book was designed to be a museum on paper, and perusing it is akin to visiting the Musée Hergé in Louvain-la-Neuve southeast of Brussels." France-Amérique
"This 500-page, illustrated coffee-table book was designed to be a museum on paper, and perusing it is akin to visiting the Musee Herge in Louvain-la-Neuve southeast of Brussels." -- France-Amerique "Tintin: The Art of Herge is a remarkable sampling of published and unpublished pieces culled from the museum's extensive collection... This beautiful gallery on paper celebrates the life and works of the popular Belgian cartoonist Herge." -- Shelf Awareness for Readers "this beautiful tribute to one of the giants of 20th-century sequential art will enthrall Tintin fans and readers interested in the graphic medium." -- Library Journal online
About Michel Daubert
Michel Daubert is a journalist who has contributed to the French daily Le Figaro and the magazine Telerama. His writings on Herge have appeared in Telerama and Formule 1. Daubert is also the author of Musee du Quai Branly, which documents the collection of the renowned Paris art museum.