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characters The Art of Eric Carle 109 ¿ Carle is one of the most beloved illustrators of children's books This retrospective is than just an appreciation of his art however The book also contains an insightful autobiography illustrated with personal photographs an anecdotal essay by his longtime editor a photographic essay on how Carle creates his collageCarle is one of the most beloved illustrators of children's books This retrospective is than just an appreciation of his art however The book also contains an insightful autobiography illust. Really enjoyed this book a lot A book filled with beautiful pictures of Eric Carle's work in which he also talks about his childhood how he came to study graphic design and eventually became an illustrator Also nice he explains step by step how he dyes his coloured sheets and makes his collages

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Ork in the oversize volume that seizes the imagination More than 60 of his full color collage pictures are handsomely reproduced and serve as a statement of Carle's impressive talent Booklis. This was a very interesting read and the illustrations showing Eric's style development over time were great I appreciated the demonstration at the end of his typical art method Eric has had a fascinating life and it was a lot of fun to see the man and the stories behind the much loved children's writer and illustrator I confess I had not actually realised until now that one or two of the stories I attributed to him including Brown Bear Brown Bear What Do You See were actually written by another person and illustrated by Eric I guess at the time I discovered that book I was already familiar with Eric Carle's illustrative style and simply assumed from the cover that it was one of his books We live and learn

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The Art of Eric CarleRated with personal photographs an anecdotal essay by his longtime editor a photographic essay on how Carle creates his collages and writings by Carle and his colleagues Still it is the artw. Art books can be tricky Always expensive but not always great This however is brilliant There are lots of colour reproductions of Carle's work which is important They're also a decent size so you can really study them The text is a biography of Carle's life by Carla himself followed by a series of short interesting essays from various people who were influential in his life about his art Fantastically interesting