Francis Rothbart!: The Tale of a Fastidious Feral

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Product Details
Price
$75.00  $69.75
Publisher
Fantagraphics Books
Publish Date
Pages
300
Dimensions
10.51 X 14.31 X 0.93 inches | 4.86 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781683966494
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About the Author
Thomas Woodruff's works have been included in numerous exhibitions nationally and internationally including the Whitney Museum of Art (NY), The Norman Rockwell Museum (MA), the Kohler Arts Center (WI), and the National Gallery of Australia. His work is in the permanent collections of the Brooklyn Museum (NY), MIT List Center (MA), The New School (NY), the Honolulu Museum of Art (HI), the New Orleans Museum of Art (LA), the Greenville County Museum (SC), and the Art Gallery of Western Australia. He lives in upstate New York and recently retired as the Chairman of the Illustration and Cartooning Departments at the School of Visual Arts in New York where he held the post for 20 years.
Reviews
Thomas Woodruff's Francis Rothbart! is a baroque masterpiece in comic novel form and a voyage into a deep, rich, and patient imagination. Bernini would have been stunned.--Gary Panter
A lot of times you'll be reading a book and you'll wonder, 'Where are the magpies bearing oven mitts? Where are the villagers with wasp nests on their heads?' Finally, this book delivers!--Jack Handey, author of The Stench of Honolulu
Thomas Woodruff has created his own world. A world never seen before. An allegory of all our dreams. AMAZING.--Robert Wilson, theater director and visual artist (Einstein on the Beach, The Black Rider)
Woodruff spent the better part of a decade laboring over [this graphic novel], a 300-page hand-drawn masterpiece of the form.-- "The New York Times"
Woodruff's debut graphic novel is an ambitious, outré fever dream. ... This grotesque-erotic epic will call to curious and particular collectors, while raising eyebrows and questions about the boundaries of art publishing.-- "Publishers Weekly"