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art and flair of Mary Blair

John Canemaker

art and flair of Mary Blair

an appreciation

by John Canemaker

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Published by Disney Editions in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Blair, Mary, -- 1911-,
  • Walt Disney Productions -- History,
  • Animators -- United States -- Biography

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 102-103) and index.

    Statementby John Canemaker.
    GenreBiography.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsNC1766.U52 B57 2003
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 110 p. :
    Number of Pages110
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22484055M
    ISBN 100786853913
    LC Control Number2002042880
    OCLC/WorldCa51152039

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      For more on the magical work of Mary Blair, I highly suggest you check out the book The Art and Flair of Mary the description states, For more than a dozen years, a soft spoken, unassuming woman dominated design at The Walt Disney Studios with a joyful creativity and exuberant color palette that stamped the look of many classic Disney animated features, including Cinderella . Mary Blair (born Mary Browne Robinson; Octo – J ) was an American artist, animator, and designer who was prominent in producing art and animation for The Walt Disney Company, drawing concept art for such films as Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan, Song of the South and place: United States.

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This book is a must for any student of Disney. I am certain a bigger book of Mary Blair could be produced, but you cannot pass this up. The only thing that weighs on me is the story of the end of her life. Pages are absolutely heartbreaking. I shutter to imagine what her family's homelife was like/5(28).

Compared to other books by John Canemaker, 'The Art and Flair of Mary Blair' is remarkably shallow. It fails to dive deep into either Mary Blair's life or into her art. Canemaker must have realized this himself, as he calls the book humbly 'an appreciation'/5.

Even as a child, Mary Blair loved color, and all she wanted to do was to make art. But becoming an artist wasn’t easy. Her parents worked hard to provide her paper and paints, and Mary worked hard to enter contests and earn a spot at a school for the arts. The Art and Flair of Mary Blair An Appreciation by: John Canemaker Buy Now Her art represented and communicated pure pleasure to the viewer.

Mary Blair’s personal flair was at one with the imagery that flowed effortlessly and continually from her brush for more than half a century. Walt Disney loved her art and championed it at the Studio. The Art and Flair of Mary Blair is a fine book that I can recommend to Mary Blair fan and animation lovers.

My main complaint would be that the writeup could be more in depth, and the second complain is you have to spend more money to get the other book. I bought this book because I remember owning as a child a Golden Book collection that featured Mary Blair's "I Can Fly".

All the stories in that book were very good, but I remember Blair's work the most of all. In the "Mary Blair Treasury of Golden Books", the illustrations are bigger, and, therefore, even better/5. The Art and Flair of Mary Blair by John Canemaker,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

The Art and Flair of Mary Blair: John Canemaker: We use cookies to give you the best possible experience/5(). The Art and Flair of Mary Blair is a fine book that I can recommend to Mary Blair fan and animation lovers.

My main complaint would be that the writeup could be more in depth, and the second complain is you have to spend more money to get the other book /5(73). The Art and Flair of Mary Blair.

New York: Disney Press, September 1, Canemaker, John. Magic Color Flair: The World of Mary Blair. San Francisco: Walt Disney Family Foundation Press, May 6, Guglielmo, Amy and Jacqueline Tourville.

Pocket Full of Colors: The Magical World of Mary Blair, Disney Artist Extraordinaire. New York. The Art and Flair of Mary Blair. Mary Blair worked at Walt Disney Studios for more than a dozen years making a huge contribution to the design of featured animations, like Cinderella, Alice in Wonderland and Peter also designed the favorite theme park ride- It’s a Small World.

This book has lots of concept paintings she did for those movies. Mary Blair (born Mary Browne Robinson; Octo – J ) was an American artist, animator, and designer. She was prominent in producing art and animation for The Walt Disney Company, drawing concept art for such films as Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan, Song of the South and Cinderella.

Blair also created character designs for enduring attractions such as Disneyland's It's a Alma mater: San Jose State University, Chouinard Art. For more than a dozen years, an unassuming, quiet-spoken woman dominated Disney design.

The stylishness and vibrant color of Disney films in the early s through mids came primarily from artist Mary Blair. In her prime, she was an amazingly prolific American artist who enlivened and influenced the not-so-small worlds of film, print, theme parks, architectural decor, and advertising.5/5(1).

Her art represented and communicated pure pleasure to the viewer. Mary Blair's personal flair was at one with the imagery that flowed effortlessly and continually from her brush for more than half a century.

Walt Disney loved her art and championed it at the : Disney Press. The Art and Flair of Mary Blair (Updated Edition): An Appreciation Hardcover – May 20 by John Canemaker (Author), Mary Blair (Illustrator) out of 5 stars 72 ratings. See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Amazon Price New from /5(72). Meanwhile Canemaker reports in his book “The Art and Flair of Mary Blair: An Appreciation” that “Lee’s and Mary’s alcoholism” and huge medical bills racked up by “their eldest Author: Greg Cook.

The Art and Flair of Mary Blair beautifully illustrates much of the work Blair has done, while giving a brief biography. The images of “it’s a small world” are particularly amazing. Blair eventually fell into a downward spiral of alcohol and depression, with an unexpected death in caused from a cerebral hemorrhage.

The Hilbert Museum of California Art at Chapman University presents “The Magic and Flair of Mary Blair,” featuring paintings by the lead concept artist for the animated Disney films.

A lovely children's picture book celebrating the career of Disney's most famous female creator. Even as a child, Mary Blair loved color, and all she wanted to do was to make art. But becoming an artist wasn't easy. Mary worked hard to enter contests and earn a spot at a school for the arts. She even had to work hard to find her place at the Walt Disney Studios.

When she joined Walt's trip to. Buy The Art and Flair of Mary Blair: An Appreciation 1 by Canemaker, John (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(10). “The Art and Flair of Mary Blair” Updated Edition – Cover Art 12/08/ 26/03/ / desmondleica One of my favorite artists who worked at the Disney Studios was Mary Blair; known for her unique designs, sophisticated style, and whimsical color palette, Mary Blair is, at times, the definition of animated film designs during the 40s and 50s.The Art and Flair of Mary Blair | For more than a dozen years, a soft spoken, unassuming woman dominated design at The Walt Disney Studios with a joyful creativity and exuberant color palette that stamped the look of many classic Disney animated features, including Cinderella and Peter : Disney Editions.Get this from a library!

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