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Dec 04, 2020 - 13:47 PM By Roland Trenary

This historical novel takes a rollicking ride through one eyed Mahlon Blaine s adventures and experiences as an early 20th Century illustrator Exploring his friendships with the famous and infamous in bohemian San Francisco, pre talkies Hollywood and other worldly New York City, this self portrait paints the struggles and triumphs of an artist truly committed to his uniqThis historical novel takes a rollicking ride through one eyed Mahlon Blaine s adventures and experiences as an early 20th Century illustrator Exploring his friendships with the famous and infamous in bohemian San Francisco, pre talkies Hollywood and other worldly New York City, this self portrait paints the struggles and triumphs of an artist truly committed to his unique singular vision Included are over 120 Blaine illustrations and photographs most previously unpublished, unearthed from the vaults of collectors and friends Ribald, risqu , bawdy, naughty, salacious take your pick Despite labels like these, Mahlon Blaine, 1920s book illustrator and pen and ink maestro, campaigned for freedom of art against dysenteric hypocrites who proclaimed beauty is obscene He mixed his commercial success with an underground vocation of creating playful drawings sly dancing thoughts that would delight all men blest with the godly gift of laughter This bohemian Rabelaisian, with 2000 published illustrations ranging from children s books to erotica, fought for the beautiful and imaginative conceptions beyond all limits of time and morality John Steinbeck was one of his best friends, and Blaine illustrated two of his early novels The actor John Carradine knew Blaine during his Hollywood career, as did Tina Modotti Infamous booksellers and art dealers like Jake Zeitlin, Jack Brussel, and Bernard Guerney promoted his work
  • Title: Mahlon Blaine's Blooming Bally Bloody Book
  • Author: Roland Trenary
  • ISBN: 9780989577502
  • Page: 324
  • Format: Paperback

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John Dec 04, 2020 - 13:47 PM
Speechless What a wonderful surprise it was to read about the remarkable American illustrator Mahlon Blaine This book is so well written and chalked full of Mahlon Blaine s illustrations making it that much of a pleasure to read I won this great book on GoodReads and typically pass them on to other to enjoy, but this on will have to stay on my shelf so I can enjoy it again soon A big thanks to Roland Trenary
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Toni Kief Dec 04, 2020 - 13:47 PM
This was a very interesting read into a damaged but brilliant artist His life touches so many artists, and I am ashamed I hadn t heard of Blaine, until now.I m anxious to see who else Mr Trenary may introduce me to.
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Mahlon Blaine's Blooming Bally Bloody Book By Roland Trenary This historical novel takes a rollicking ride through one eyed Mahlon Blaine s adventures and experiences as an early 20th Century illustrator Exploring his friendships with the famous and infamous in bohemian San Francisco, pre talkies Hollywood and other worldly New York City, this self portrait paints the struggles and triumphs of an artist truly committed to his uniqThis historical novel takes a rollicking ride through one eyed Mahlon Blaine s adventures and experiences as an early 20th Century illustrator Exploring his friendships with the famous and infamous in bohemian San Francisco, pre talkies Hollywood and other worldly New York City, this self portrait paints the struggles and triumphs of an artist truly committed to his unique singular vision Included are over 120 Blaine illustrations and photographs most previously unpublished, unearthed from the vaults of collectors and friends Ribald, risqu , bawdy, naughty, salacious take your pick Despite labels like these, Mahlon Blaine, 1920s book illustrator and pen and ink maestro, campaigned for freedom of art against dysenteric hypocrites who proclaimed beauty is obscene He mixed his commercial success with an underground vocation of creating playful drawings sly dancing thoughts that would delight all men blest with the godly gift of laughter This bohemian Rabelaisian, with 2000 published illustrations ranging from children s books to erotica, fought for the beautiful and imaginative conceptions beyond all limits of time and morality John Steinbeck was one of his best friends, and Blaine illustrated two of his early novels The actor John Carradine knew Blaine during his Hollywood career, as did Tina Modotti Infamous booksellers and art dealers like Jake Zeitlin, Jack Brussel, and Bernard Guerney promoted his work

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