|By (author):||Chast, Roz|
|By (author):||Steig, Jeanne|
|By (author):||Steig, William|
|Subject:||ART / Individual Artists / General|
|ART / Techniques / Cartooning|
|HUMOR / Form / Comic Strips & Cartoons|
|HUMOR / General|
|Publisher:||Harry N. Abrams|
|Size:||10.75in x 8.00in x 1.50in|
|From The Publisher*|
Children, octogenarians, and everyone in between know the work of William Steig, the beloved cartoonist and award-winning children's book author whose work graced the covers and pages of the New Yorker for more than 70 years. In Cats, Dogs, Men, Women, Ninnies & Clowns: The Lost Art of William Steig, Jeanne Steig uncovers more than 450 never-before-published cartoons by her husband and provides personal insight and anecdotes about his work and her relationship with Bill, shedding new light on this celebrated genius.
-New York Times The Moment blog
"Pure pleasure from cover to cover"
"The book details a great character, and does so with a remarkable charm. Highly recommended for all interested in comic history and everyone who likes to look on the lighter side of life."
William Steig (1907–2003) was an artist and writer best known for Shrek! (the basis of the blockbuster film series). He received the Caldecott Medal and the Newbery Honor. Jeanne Steig is the author of A Handful of Beans and A Gift from Zeus. She is also a self-taught artist, working almost exclusively with found materials. She lives in Boston. Roz Chast is a cartoonist whose work regularly appears in the New Yorker. She lives in Connecticut. Jules Feiffer is an award-winning writer, illustrator, screenwriter, playwright, children's book author, and cartoonist. He lives in New York City.