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Peter Arno (1904–1968)

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Peter Arno (1975) 51 eksemplarer
The Bedside Tales: A Gay Collection (1945) — Redaktør — 46 eksemplarer
Peter Arno's Sizzling Platter (1949) 44 eksemplarer
Man in the Shower (1944) 32 eksemplarer
Ladies & gentlemen (1951) 31 eksemplarer
Lady in the Shower (1967) 25 eksemplarer
The Penguin Peter Arno (1949) 19 eksemplarer
Peter Arno's Parade (1832) 14 eksemplarer
Peter Arno's Hullabaloo (1930) 13 eksemplarer
The New Peter Arno Pocket Book (1955) 11 eksemplarer
Peter Arno's Circus (1931) 10 eksemplarer
Peter Arno's Cartoon Review (1941) 8 eksemplarer
The Peter Arno Pocket Book (1946) 7 eksemplarer
Peter Arno's favorites (1932) 6 eksemplarer

Associated Works

The Complete Cartoons of the New Yorker (2004) — Cartoonist — 1,330 eksemplarer
The New Yorker Book of Dog Cartoons (1992) — Bidragyder — 177 eksemplarer
The Pajama Game [play] (1958) — Omslagsfotograf/tegner/..., nogle udgaver34 eksemplarer

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An early collection of Arno's work; if you compare it to his later cartoons, you can see both how the art evolved, and how the gag-lines developed. Early on, there's still a few of the multi-line gag lines existing. It's also perhaps a bit racier (and cruder) than some of his more sophisticated later efforts.
EricCostello | Sep 15, 2021 |
A collection of 1940s Arno cartoons, which means a lot of sly humour and beautiful draughtsmanship. Not much more needs to be said.
EricCostello | 1 anden anmeldelse | Feb 3, 2020 |
Hilariously funny one-panel cartoons mostly from the 30s and 40s. Some as timely today as 70 years ago.
pipecad | Sep 13, 2007 |
This is probably the best collection of Peter Arno's comic panels that I have seen, most of which are from the "New Yorker". Each page is a well-reproduced single panel, and there are a few instances of Arno's "pure" art. The panels are from 1925 to 1968, well-chosen (not a clunker in the bunch, and many outright gems) superb pokes at the foibles and follies of contemporary society - particularly Society, capitalized.
burnit99 | Dec 27, 2006 |


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