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Ink & paint : the women of Walt Disney's animation
Johnson, Mindy, author.
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First limited hardcover edition.
Publication Information:

Los Angeles, CA : Disney Editions, 2017.
Physical Description:
384 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), map (some color), portraits, charts, facsimiles ; 34 cm
"In her latest landmark book... author Mindy Johnson pulls back the celluloid curtain on the nearly vanished world of ink pens, paintbrushes, pigments and tea... meet the pioneering women who brought hand-rendered animated stories to vibrant, multicolored life at Walt Disney Studios and beyond. Extensively researched with the full support of the entire Walt Disney Studios archival resources, plus a multitude of private collections, firsthand accounts, newly discovered materials, and production documentation, as well as never-before-seen photography and artwork, this essential volume redefines the collective history of animation."--Inside front jacket flap.
General Note:
Includes "What I Know About Girls" by Walt Disney, Parents magazine from January 1949.
"What I know about girls" / Walt Disney -- Beginnings -- An invisible history -- Celluloid beginnings -- The women of Walt's world -- 1920s -- Kingswell beginnings -- Hyperion horizons -- 1930s -- Hyperion heydays -- Assembly line approach -- World of ink & paint -- The fairest one of all -- Feature film expansion -- 1940s -- Burbank beginnings -- The war years -- Rebuilding -- 1950s -- Animating classics -- Wide-screen horizons -- Xerographic beginnings -- 1960s -- Triumphs & loss -- 1970s -- Transitions & training -- 1980s -- Low points & redemption ; Computers & characters -- Digital frontiers -- Preservation -- Retaining the artistry -- Artists.
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