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Numerous convergences indicate that in drawing the first sequences of Mr. Vieux Bois, Töpffer was largely inspired by the illustrations of the 1822 English adaptation of Engel’s book. 3 Joseph Franz von Goez, Lenardo und Blandine: Ein Melodram nach Bürger (Augsburg, 1783). (Iconographic source: Andy Bleck) In the romantic era, the interest in progressive action, in the rhetorical and dramatic sense of this expression, had burgeoned since the 1766 publication in Germany of Gotthold Ephraim Lessing’s Laocoon, a pivotal essay on the respective limits of painting and poetry.

Not always the arabesque novels of rodolphe töpffer • 26 • drawing in a conscientious manner. . He draws too much like a man of letters who amuses himself by scribbling drawings. His prestigious little creatures are not always born viable. This entire miniscule world tumbles, flutters, and mingles with an indescribable exuberance, without worrying whether all of its members are situated in their natural place. Too often they are nothing but human hypotheses who hop around as they can” (Baudelaire 1999).

Etching. ” Lines-and-dots figures often appeared in drawing manuals. This etching from 1817 presents a striking example of Cruikshank’s most minimalistic vein. The print collates many variation on the lines-and-dots theme, resorting to puns on familiar turns of language. We will return later to the nonnarrative use of balloons in this type of context (see chapter 7). Have you ever been to Herculaneum, at Pompeii? . Me neither. But they say that on the exterior walls of the houses . . of this buried city, we can see awkward sketches, some in charcoal, others in chalk or blood, of figures that are stationary, that walk, and that act.

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