Monday, 30 July 2012

A Double Of Animation

We take another visit to the Art of Animation area of Walt Disney Studios, to have a look at work by two European Disney Animators: Ferdinand Huszti Horvath and Albert Hurter.

Ferdinand Huszti Horvath (1891-1973 Hungary)
As background painter:
The Old Mill (short, 1937)
The Band Concert (short, 1935)
The Cookie Carnival (short, 1934)

As an inspirational artist (partial list)
The Practical Pig (short, 1939)
The Moth and the Flame (short, 1938)
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)
Clock Cleaners (short, 1937)
Woodland Cafe (short, 1936)
Thru the Mirror (short, 1936)
Three Mousketeers (short, 1936)
Mickey's Circus (short, 1936)
Mickey's Garden (short, 1935)
Old King Cole (short, 1935)
Father Noah's Ark (short, 1933)

Albert Hurter (1883-1942 Switzerland)
As inspirational artist (partial list)
Lady and the Tramp (1955, release posthumously)
Peter Pan (1953, release posthumously)
The Reluctant Dragon (1941)
Dumbo (1941)
Fantasia (1940)
Pinocchio (1940)
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)
Water Babies (short, 1935)
Music Land (short, 1935)
Peculiar Penguins (short, 1934)
Goddess of Spring (short, 1934)
Three Little Pigs (short, 1933)
Building a Building (short, 1933)
Babes in the Woods (short, 1933)


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