Self Portrait, Trina Schart Hyman

Self Portrait Trina Schart Hyman A well known illustrator of children s books discusses her life and art

  • Title: Self Portrait, Trina Schart Hyman
  • Author: Trina Schart Hyman
  • ISBN: 9780060227661
  • Page: 460
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Self Portrait, Trina Schart Hyman

    A well known illustrator of children s books discusses her life and art.

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    One thought on “Self Portrait, Trina Schart Hyman

    1. Joan

      Hyman is one of my favorite illustrators so I was thrilled when I got to the H's in weeding J bios and discovered that we had an autobiography by her! Of course it has tons of lovely illustrations. She was fascinated with the story of Little Red Riding Hood as a small child and reenacted the story daily for about a year or so. She always had a great love of fairy tales which certainly shows in her work. I had not known she was involved with the Cricket magazine when it started. I found the book [...]

    2. Elyza

      I've always loved her illustrations, so it was nice getting to know her and some of her history. I'd actually like to read more about her. :)

    3. Twofrontteethstillcrooked

      While I'm certain I read some of Schart Hyman's children's books as a child, I didn't know anything about her until well into adulthood, but what I've learned I've liked. She seems to have been a good egg and tough critic. And her illustrations really are sublime, full of imaginative details and whimsy, sly and wry and downright pretty. As an autobiography, this one from 1981, when she was 42, certainly doesn't capture everything about her or her life in over-explicit detail -- if I'd read this [...]

    4. Kelly

      Cute mini-memoir (with lots of illustrations) of one of my favorite illustrators ever. I had no idea her first illustration job was a Swedish book for Astrid Lindgren, or that she was the first art director of Cricket magazine.

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