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Author: Ali Mitgutsch
ISBN: 3473306835
Language: German
Pages: 16 pages
Publisher: Ravensburger Buchverlag (July 1, 1994)
Rating: 4.5
Formats: lrf azw lit mbr
FB2 size: 1614 kb | EPUB size: 1158 kb | DJVU size: 1925 kb

I love Ali Mitgutsch. I grew up looking at the pictures in these books and am so glad to have found them again. The illustrations are charming and filled with amusing details.

I love Ali Mitgutsch.

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Alfons Mitgutsch, known as Ali Mitgutsch, born August 21, 1935 in Munich, Germany, is a German author of picture books and a professional advertising Illustrator. He is known as father of the Wimmelbilder-books. As a child the Mitgutsch family was evacuated to Allgäu in World War II due to bombing in Munich. After returning to Munich he trained at Graphical Academy as a lithographer. In the 1960s, Kurt Seelmann, a child psychologist inspired him to create a special kind of picture book for children.

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Ali Mitgutsch ist Vater der berühmten "Wimmelbilderbücher", mit denen seit über 40 Jahren Generationen von Kindern aufwachsen

Ali Mitgutsch ist Vater der berühmten "Wimmelbilderbücher", mit denen seit über 40 Jahren Generationen von Kindern aufwachsen. Geboren wurde er 1935 als jüngstes von vier Geschwistern in München. Nach einer harten Kindheit im Krieg wurde er nach einigen Umwegen graphischer Zeichner und studierte an der graphischen Akademie in München.

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Ali Mitgutsch lets us fly over a crowded beach and shows us the everyday lives of very different ports. Ali Mitgutsch was born in 1935 in Munich. During the course of a very tedious lithography internship he decided to become a freelance graphic artist. He did then, in fact, study graphic arts and make his dream reality. Mitgutsch is married and has three children, and divides his time between the town of Schwabing and an old farmhouse in Bavaria.

Mitgutsch became famous for his Wimmelbilder-books made for children 1972 nominated for Deutscher for Komm mit ans Wasser.

Mitgutsch became famous for his Wimmelbilder-books made for children Mitgutsch is living in Munich, the city of his birth where he caught most of the inspirations for his paintings. 1972 nominated for Deutscher for Komm mit ans Wasser. 1978 Hans Christian Andersen Award for Rund ums Schiff (Around the ship). 2003 Schwabing Art Award.

Comments (5)
FLIDER
I love Ali Mitgutsch. I grew up looking at the pictures in these books and am so glad to have found them again. This one about water is one of my favorites. I purchased through an international seller and am impressed how fast it came and how cheap the shipping was. Great but as a warning there are some nude people in the beach scene, so beware if that is not your thing...
Xmatarryto
I grew up with Ali Mitgutsch books and i wanted my own kids to enjoy them too!
Kanal
I love this book. The illustrations are charming and filled with amusing details. It is my favorite of Mitgutsch's books in this series.
Der Bat
If you like 'Wimmelbuecher" try also 'Wo rennt Rudi' better images and story lines
Bearus
I inherited a bunch of things illustrated by Ali Mitgutsch from my German godmother when I was a kid. I loved them! There are all kinds of funny and naughty (dogs going poo, horses biting one another's butts) things happening in his illustrations. They're fantastic! I buy these for all my friends who have kids. Any of the books are great (knowledge of german is not necessary as the books are straight pictures), but if you happen upon any old-print panoramas (large and made from cardboard, designed to be displayed like a low screen on the floor) or posters (some of them are HUGE) definitely buy them too! I still have a panorama screen from the 80s and I display it in my home even though I don't have any kids. I've thrown away most things from my childhood, but I've kept all the Mitgutsch stuff!