★ Fritz Gareis
Fritz Gareis was an Austro-Hungarian artist and caricaturist for the left-wing Viennese satirical magazine Gotz von Berlichingen. He drew a comic titled Bilderbogen des kleinen Lebens. His father, if that was his name, was also an artist.
1. First world war. (Первая мировая война)
During world war I, Fritz Gareis contributed to the Imperial Austro-Hungarian war effort by creating gift stamps, propaganda postcards, and posters.
2. Bilderbogen des kleinen Lebens
Gareis wrote Bilderbogen des kleinen Lebens or "scenes from ordinary life" about the fictional Ribeisel family. Paul M. Malone, an associate Professor at the University of Waterloo, claims that this was the first comic with speech balloons in Germany and possibly the first regularly appearing comic with speech balloons in continental Europe. Gareis started the Comic strip on November 2, 1923, and it became so popular that after his death on October 5, 1925, and a two-month hiatus, the strip continued with Karl Theodor Selger drawing it until 1934.
3. Bibliography. (Библиография)
- Spielvogel, Jackson J. 2013. Western civilization: a brief history, Volume II: since 1500. PUBLISHER. ISBN 9781285500317. - Total pages: 512.
- Malone, Paul M. June 28, 2017. - The First Comic Book On The European Continents?". The Germans Also Make Comics. Received On June 14, 2020. CS1 maint: Ref=harv link.
- Denscher, Bernhard April 28, 2015. "Fritz Gareis, Jr." Austrian Posters. Retrieved June 14, 2020. CS1 maint: Ref=harv link.
- Lambic 2018-08-01. "Fritz Gareis, Jr." Retrieved 2020-06-13.
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