Bibliography
November 1, 2002
University Press of Missisippi
Jackson
Donald Ault
Editor
Carl Barks - Conversations
Helnwein talks with Carl Barks, Oregon, June, 11, 1992
Disney artist Carl Barks (1901-2000) created one of Walt Disney's most famous characters, Scrooge McDuck. Barks also produced more than 500 comic book stories. His work is ranked among the most widely circulated, best-loved, and most influential of all comic book art. Although the images he created are known virtually everywhere, Barks was an isolated storyteller, living in the desert of California and preferring to labor without public fanfare during most of his career. The influence of Barks's work on such filmmakers as George Lucas and Steven Spielberg and on such artists as Gottfried Helnwein has extended Barks's significance far beyond the boundaries of comics.
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Gottfried Helnwein and Carl Barks
1992
Chronology
(excerpt)
1992
Gottfried Helnwein conducts an extensive interview with Barks (11 July) at Grants Pass
1994-97
Helnwein organizes the first retrospective museum show, “Die Ente ist Mensch geworden – Das zeichnerische Werk von Carl Barks” (And the Duck Became Flesh – The Art of Carl Barks), consisting of more than 400 original art works, 290 from the collection of Helnwein, which opens in Münchner Stadtmuseum, in Munich; the exhibit appears in ten different museums in Europe and is seen by more than 400, 000 people.
Carl Barks at his working desk
1955




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