Drawings by Rodolph Tefer
“Allelui” in the XVI and XVII centuries were widespread in Flanders , France and Germany .
In the 19th century , it was established in Epinal . Thus, it has been 16 squares with the pictures of square pictures with captions (the classic Spanish “hallelujah” had 48 pictures) .
1830-1846 with In , the Swiss the Rodolphe Töpfer released The in Geneva You a series of albums about the adventures of Mr. Jabot and Mr. Crepen.
Romantic painter Valentin published picture albums on Perro’s tales .
After 1870, the illustrated weeklies in Europe Began to use one’s of the forms of the popular prints “Epinal pictures”. Louis Lumiere borrowed the plot of ” Watered irrigator ” from such picture albums #1 .
Rodolph Tefer come to the US
In 1894, the World printing house installed the first machine that printed in four colors, and the resulting prints the no longer a Looked like a scrambled eggs with tomatoes. Drawings by Rodolph Tefer, on November 18, World released the issue. He was a dragonman and a shepherd dog. So the first comic series in the Sunday newspaper appeared.
– Winkler, historian of William Hearst
Later, the Outcolt ( Fr. Richard F. Outcault ) released the Hogan Alley series. The girl was wearing a suit. Outkolt makes him the main character.
Hurst. “ Yellow Kid ” in “ World ” George B. Lux . 16-page printing machine. 8 pages and then on 16 .
One of Hirst’s most prominent draftsmen was Winsor McKay , who was considered a specialist in political caricature rather than comics. He’s been a Gertie Dino .
Thanks to this color series, Hearst and Pulitzer newspapers were called the “ yellow press ”.
– Georges Sadoul