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« Fables multimédiales ? Les mises en images de Boutet de Monvel (1888) et de Rabier (1906) »

Abstract : Two children’s books of La Fontaine’s Fables stand out in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries for their graphic quality and inventiveness: the Fables choisies pour les enfants, illustrated by the painter Louis-Maurice Boutet de Monvel (Paris, Plon-Nourrit, 1888) and the Fables de La Fontaine, illustrated by the cartoonist and publicist Benjamin Rabier (Paris, Tallandier, 1906). In addition to the links with the contemporary comic strip that we are used to seeing, and which are here enriched by the comparison with other media), we will be interested here in the work of visual narrativization, linked to the graphic awareness, in the two artists, of a strong multimediality, if not intermediality, of the original narrative.
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Anne-Elisabeth Spica. « Fables multimédiales ? Les mises en images de Boutet de Monvel (1888) et de Rabier (1906) ». Textimage : revue d'étude du dialogue texte-image , Lyon : Textimage, 2022. ⟨hal-03613026⟩



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