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Wolves, Devils and Men. Life and Creative Work of Alberts Kronenbergs

Juka Rislaki

The book is dedicated to life and work of the artist, book illustrator and author Alberts Kronenbergs (1887–1958).

Kronenbergs

The famous characters of Kronenbergs’ books – Tuntuļu Jurītis, Jērādiņa, the Little Shepherd and others are known to and loved by children of several generations. This book will offer the reader either a delightful revisiting or a surprising acquaintance with the well-known author.

Kronenbergs

Alberts Kronenbergs was a versatile, creative personality, although today he is known mainly as the author of children’s books. He was a prolific illustrator – his drawings are included in about 130 books. Kronenbergs is considered a founder of Latvian comics as well as Latvian political caricature genre.

Kronenbergs

 

 

Wolves, Devils and Men. Life and Creative Work of Alberts Kronenbergs

2017
In Latvian
Translated from Finnish into Latvian by Anna Žīgure
Design: Dita Pence
384 pp., hard cover, ISBN 978-9934-565-08-3
Supported by the State Culture Capital Foundation, LDz Cargo, Dina and Jānis Zuzāni

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