Lewis Carroll, a Alice e a outras meninas


"We used to sit on the big sofa on each side of him, while he told us stories, illustrating them by pencil or ink drawings as he went along. When we were thoroughly happy and amused with his stories, he used to pose us, and expose the plates before the right mood had passed... Being photographed was... a joy to us and not a penance as it is to most children. We looked forward to the happy hours in the mathematical tutor's room".

Alice Liddell

Alice (e irmãs)

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as outras meninas

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Mais fotografias aqui aqui aqui aqui

O poema HIAWATHA'S PHOTOGRAPHING

THE YELLOW KID

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Em 24 de dezembro de 1893 apareceu o primeiro suplemento cómico a cores da imprensa, no jornal “World of New York”, do Joseph Pulitzer. E com ele, a banda desenhada.
Nesse suplemento aparecia um cartoon chamado Hogan's Alley, desenhado por Richard Felton Outcault, onde entre muitas personagens aparecia um rapaz com uma grande camisola amarela, na qual o autor começou a inserir textos.

Em 1896 Outcault é contratado para o Journal do William Randolph Hearst e “leva” com ele a personagem, nesse mesmo ano aparece The Yellow Kid and His New Phonograph onde o yellow kid e um papagaio falam através de balões com palavras

Estão reunidos assim os elementos que caracterizam a banda desenhada: sequência nas imagens, e falar por meio de balões.

deliciem-se aqui

aqui (site bastante completo)

e aqui


Obrigada Jorge

Ukiyo-e (imagens do mundo flutuante)

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A arte do ukiyo-e (imagens do mundo flutuante) tem origem na cultura de Edo (Tokio) quando o poder politico e militar estava nas mãos dos shoguns, e o pais virtualmente isolado do resto do mundo (1603-1868) .
É uma arte bastante ligada com os prazeres dos teatros, restaurantes, casas de chá, geishas e cortesãs.
Muitos das imagens eram anúncios de peças de teatros e de bordeis, ou de actores populares.

Há 5 assuntos principais neste tipo de gravuras

Paisagens
BijiN (cortesãs e geishas)
Actores (de kabuki e de outros actores famosos)
Sumo (lutadores famosos
Shunga (cenas de sexo explícito)

Os autores mais famosos são Utamaro, Utagawa Kuniyoshi, Hiroshige

Mais informações e imagens podem ser encontradas

Gustave Doré - Two Hundred Sketches Humorous and Grotesque

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Gustave Doré (Estrasburgo, 1832 - Paris, 1883)

Desenhador francês. Inicia-se aos quinze anos em revistas humorísticas, dando-se a conhecer rapidamente. Nos seus desenhos expressa com grande habilidade psicológica estados de consciência e um forte sentido do burlesco.

Ilustra diversas obras literárias, entre as quais Gargântua de Rabelais; Contos Maliciosos de Balzac; A Divina Comédia de Dante; os Contos de Perrault; D. Quixotede Cervantes, O Paraíso Perdido, de Milton; A Bíblia; as Fábulas de La Fontaine.

Players of the day



Colecção de imagens de actores famosos do Início do século vinte.
As imagens são de um livro chamado “Players of the day” publicado em Londres por George Newnes em 1902.


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M. Coquelinaine in "Plus que Rene"

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Sarah Bernhardt in "Iseyl"

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Mmme. Caroline Otero in "L'Impiratrice"

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Huntley Wright in "San Toy"

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Jessie Bateman in "The Man From Blankley's"

Max Tilke - Oriental Costumes Their Designs and Colors

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The farasia - NORTH AFRICA, MOROCCO

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Spahi officer's burnoose - NORTH AFRICA, ALGIERS

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Jewess' brocade dress, buttoned on shoulders, stomacher embroidered -
NORTH AFRICA, ALGIERS


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Three types of jackets - SYRIA, PALESTINE, MESOPOTAMIA

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Turkish woman's shirt and shoes from Kars, S. Caucasus - TURKEY AND ASIA MINOR


We cannot reconstruct unless we can compare. For this reason it, was first necessary to gather as complete a collection as possible of new and old patterns of garments used by all nations. On journeys in North Africa, Spain, the Balkans, and the Caucasus the material found in the European museums and private collections was completed, and finally united into a collection. I exhibited my first collection in 1911 at the Lipperheide Costume Library of the Berlin "Kunstgewerbe" Museum. The heads of the museum were so much interested in my collection that it was purchased for the library with money provided by the state. Our illustrations of costumes, which are to be continued, only present a part of all the former and present types worn in the orient. But an attempt has been made to select the most conspicuous and particularly characteristic forms of each country, and thus at least to provide a general view of the general character of oriental costumes.

The flight of the old woman who was tossed up in a basket



(Containing the manner how, & the purpose for whick, she was tossed up together with dangers & difficulties she encountered on her voyage. The whole forming a complete pictorial journal or handbook for the sky.)

There was an old woman tossed up in a basket
Nineteen times as high as the moon.
And where she was going I couldn't but ask it
For in her hand she carried a broom.

'Old woman! old woman!! old woman!!!' quoth I.
'Oh whither Oh whither Oh whither, so high.'
'To sweep the cobwebs off the sky.'
'And I'll be with you again by and bye.'


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