Margaret Hodges (Author), Aki Sogabe (Illustrator). Drawing on Lafcadio Hearn's collections of traditional Japanese tales, Hodges (St. George and the Dragon) succinctly recounts a legend of the early boyhood of 15th-century artist Sesshu Toyo.
Margaret Hodges (Author), Aki Sogabe (Illustrator). The boy, in training to be a priest, spends every spare moment covering the walls and screens of the temple with drawings of cats. His exasperated teacher turns him out with nothing more than the obscure advice, "Avoid large places at night: keep to small.
Margaret Hodges adapts and Aki Sogabe illustrates the story of 15th-century artist Sesshu Toyo from Lafcadio Hearn's . Margaret "Peggy" Hodges was an American writer of books for children. She was born Sarah Margaret Moore in Indianapolis, Indiana to Arthur Carlisle and Annie Marie Moore.
Margaret Hodges adapts and Aki Sogabe illustrates the story of 15th-century artist Sesshu Toyo from Lafcadio Hearn's Japanese Fairy Tales. Sesshu Toyo's drawings were so realistic that they were said to come to life. This story tells of his childhood, when he was constantly in trouble for drawing on surfaces that he shouldn't have. Afraid of being punished, he hid in a temple that had been taken over by demons. She enrolled at Tudor Hall, a college preparatory school for girls. After sweeping away the dust and, of course, drawing cats on t Book title and author/illustrator The Boy Who Drew Cats by Margaret Hodges.
Sogabe (Hungriest Boy in the World, 2001, et. uses cut paper over . Hodges concludes by noting that Sesshu Toyo went on to become a famous artist-" . .but once he was just a boy who drew cats, just a child like yo. uses cut paper over painted backgrounds to create strongly defined forms with subtly airbrushed shadows, and puts plump, deceptively peaceful-looking felines into nearly every scene.
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The boy who drew cats. Illustrated by Aki Sogabe. Ages 5 to 8) This version of the tale of a talented young artist with an obsession for drawing cats, all kinds of cats, is adapted from Lafcadio Hearn's fairy tale about the ink drawings of Sesshu Toyo, a 15th-century Japanese artist. Noble lineage aside, it's a wonderful ghost story, and these handsome, stylized illustrations encourage artists young and old to try to draw cats. The fantastic journey of pieter bruegel. Written and illustrated by Anders C. Shafer.
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The Boy Who Drew Cats" (Japanese: 猫を描いた少年, Hepburn: Neko wo egaita shōnen) is a Japanese fairy tale translated by Lafcadio Hearn, published in 1898, as number 23 of Hasegawa Takejirō's Japanese Fairy Tale Series. It was later included in Hearn's Japanese Fairy Tales. The original title in Hearn's manuscript was "The Artist of Cats".
A young boy's obsession with drawing cats changes his life. A boy's obsession with drawing cats everywhere gets him trouble, until the felines reward their creator. ISBN13: 9780823415946. Release Date: March 2002.