Products in Classic Graphic Novels & Woodcuts
|An Abraham Lincoln Tribute: Featuring Woodcuts by Charles Turzak |
by Charles Turzak, Bob Blaisdell, Bob Blaisdell, David A. Beronä
This handsome hardcover volume features 36 striking woodcut images of scenes from Lincoln's life by a noted artist of the 1930s. An appendix includes some of the president's speeches, letters, and quotations.
|The City: A Vision in Woodcuts |
by Frans Masereel
This graphic novel by an Expressionist master offers a stunning depiction of urban Europe between the world wars. First published in Germany in 1925, it presents 100 woodcuts of remarkable force and beauty.
|Destiny: A Novel in Pictures |
by Otto Nückel
This wordless graphic novel tells its socially charged story through 188 stark, arresting images. Open to endless interpretations, the tragic, often violent, story of a young girl unfolds through 17 chapters.
|Gods' Man: A Novel in Woodcuts |
by Lynd Ward
The major American artist invented the concept of a wordless novel with this evocative, text-free "woodcut" narrative. Autobiographical in nature, the novel recounts Ward's struggles with his craft and with life in the 1920s.
|The Life of Christ in Woodcuts |
by James Reid
Eloquent in its simplicity, this moving retelling of the greatest story ever told relies exclusively on stunning woodcut prints in place of text. Includes 71 illustrations — from the Annunciation of Mary to Christ's Ascension.
|Mad Man's Drum: A Novel in Woodcuts |
by Lynd Ward
The powerful imagery and intensity of Ward's wordless novels have elicited comparisons to Hawthorne, Melville, and Poe. This 1930 work tells a gripping tale through imagery alone, consisting solely of 128 hauntingly rendered woodcuts.
|Phobia: An Art Deco Graphic Masterpiece |
by John Vassos, David A. Beronä
Hailed as a masterpiece of psychological insight by doctors and the general public alike, this 1931 creation by a leading Art Deco designer offers striking depictions of 24 common fears.
|Une Semaine De Bonté: A Surrealistic Novel in Collage |
by Max Ernst
The great surrealist's 1934 collage masterpiece features 182 bizarre, darkly humorous scenes of violent dreams and erotic fantasies. "One of the clandestine classics of our century."— The New York Times.
|Vertigo: A Novel in Woodcuts |
by Lynd Ward, David A. Beronä
In this moving graphic novel without words told with 230 intricately detailed woodcuts, a young girl who longs to be a violinist, and a boy who hopes to become a builder, find their dreams shattered by the Great Depression.