By Patricia Mainardi
Taking its name from the 1844 visionary picture novel through J. J. Grandville, this groundbreaking ebook explores the discovery of print media—including comics, comic strip, the illustrated press, illustrated books, and renowned prints—tracing their improvement in addition to the classy, political, technological, and cultural matters that formed them. The explosion of images from the past due 18th century to the start of the 20 th passed the print creation from all past centuries mixed, spurred the expansion of the overseas paintings industry, and inspired the cross-fertilization of media, matters, and types. Patricia Mainardi examines ratings of creative and cutting edge prints, concentrating on hugely experimental moments of discovery, while artists and publishers demonstrated the boundaries of every new medium, developing visible languages that reach to the comics and photograph novels of at the present time. Another World finds a wealth of visible fabric, revealing a historical past of the way our image-saturated global got here into being, and situating the learn of print tradition firmly in the context of paintings history.
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I have chosen five key areas for discussion: lithographic imagery, particularly caricature; the illustrated press; comics; illustrated books; and popular prints. The images I discuss here were never considered high art, never destined for exhibitions, and yet they were designed for visual pleasure. Their projected audiences ranged widely. At one extreme were the illiterate or semiliterate classes who constituted the audience for popular prints in which the image could carry meaning exclusive of text.
Acknowledgment that these graphic media served as wellsprings of creativity for later artists whose work has been accorded higher status in art history is one intention of this study. A parallel can be drawn to the history of what was formerly called “primitive art,” which until the later twentieth century was written from the point of view of Western high art and rarely as a history in itself. This book attempts to sketch out a history of its own for illustrated print media. To give some idea of the novelty of this material, we should note that the word “illustrator” was not in common usage until well into the nineteenth century.
48-1992 (Permanence of Paper). 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Jacket illustrations: (front) Grandville, Cast Shadows [Les ombres portées] (fig. 49); (back) Jules Gaildrau, Lighted Kiosks. New Stalls for the Sale of Newspapers on the Boulevards [Kiosques lumineux. Nouveaux bureaux pour la vente des journaux sur les boulevards] (fig. 83) Frontispiece: Charles-Joseph Traviès, You Have to Admit That the Head of State Looks Pretty Funny (detail of fig. 48) CONTENTS Acknowledgments Introduction: Another World 1 Drawing’s Stepchild: Lithography and Caricature 2 Spreading the News: The Illustrated Press 3 The Invention of Comics: Stories in Pictures 4 Paths Forgotten, Calls Unheard: Pictures in Stories 5 The Curious History of Popular Imagery in France Conclusion: A Complete Panorama Notes Bibliography Illustration Credits Index ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Another World began as a study of the early years of comics.
Another World: Nineteenth-Century Illustrated Print Culture by Patricia Mainardi