|Title:||Martin Charlot Papers|
|Quantity:||0.60 cubic feet (1 box)|
|Abstract:||The Martin Charlot Papers contain illustrations, a dummy, a sketchbook, and paintings created and accumulated by Martin Charlot between 1969 and 1973. His papers were created from his illustration of three published books. Although best known as a painter of finely detailed murals and oil paintings, Charlot also has illustrated books for both children and adults.|
Martin Charlot was born in Athens, Georgia, on March 6, 1944, to Jean and Zohmah (Day) Charlot. His French father, an internationally famous fresco painter who taught at the University of Hawaii, taught his sons art from an early age. Martin Charlot attended high schools in New York City and Hawaii and, although his father never encouraged him to become an artist, began painting as a career right after finishing high school. He is best known as a painter of finely detailed murals and oil paintings characterized by their vibrant colors. He also has lectured at universities, written screenplays, directed films, created commercial art, and illustrated books for both children and adults. He lives in Kaneohe, Hawaii.
Contemporary Authors: New Revision Series, ed. James G. Lesniak (Detroit: Gale Research, 1992), 35:94-95.
Something About the Author, ed. Anne Commire (Detroit: Gale Research, 1991), 64:71-74.
The Martin Charlot Papers contain pencil, ink, and color illustrations; a dummy; a sketchbook; and paintings created and accumulated by Martin Charlot between 1969 and 1973. Charlot's papers were created from his illustration of three published books. The material is organized into a single series for books. The papers are arranged alphabetically by title and the material for each book is arranged chronologically in order of creation when known. The quantity of material for specific titles varies, but the container listing offers detailed descriptions of the holdings for each title and information on the material's process of creation may be gleaned easily from the container listing for each book.
|A. Books (1969-1973)|
Noncirculating; available for research.
The collection is protected by the Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, U.S. Code). Reproductions can be made only if they are to be used for "private study, scholarship, or research." It is the user's responsibility to verify copyright ownership and to obtain all necessary permissions prior to the reproduction, publication, or other use of any portion of these materials, other than that noted above.
The de Grummond Children's Literature Collection also holds papers from Martin Charlot's father, Jean Charlot (DG 0175).
(Identify the item), Martin Charlot Papers, de Grummond Children's Literature Collection, University of Southern Mississippi Libraries, (Cite the item's box/folder numbers).
These papers were donated to the de Grummond Children's Literature Collection of the University of Southern Mississippi Libraries by Martin Charlot in December 1976.
Processed by Hans Rasmussen, June 2003. Encoded into EAD Version 1.0 by Danielle L. Bishop. This finding aid is the product of a grant funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.
|Felisa and the Magic Tikling Bird illustrated by Martin Charlot from a story by Jody Parry Belknap (Norfolk Island, Australia: Island Heritage, 1973)|
|1/1||Preliminary pencil sketches of characters and portions of pages, (30 items)|
|1/2||Preliminary pencil sketches of characters and portions of pages drawn on layout sheets, (12 items)|
|1/3||Layout sheets featuring pencil illustrations for pp. 1-3 & 6-47, (25 items )|
|1/4||Color illustration with underlying sheet for pp. 14-15, (2 items )|
|Mystery on the Rancho Grande by Julia Bristol Bischoff, drawings by Martin Charlot (New York: Young Scott Books, 1969)|
|1/5||Dummy featuring early pencil sketches, most of which were unused, (18 signatures)|
|1/6||Watercolor painting of unused illustration and ink illustration for p. 139, (2 items )|
|1/7||Pencil illustrations for pp. 36, 43, 103, 114, 132, 143, 157, 169, 200, 207 & 220, (13 items)|
|1/8||Ink illustrations for pp. 21, 60, 61, 132 & 207, (5 items )|
|1/9||Color paste up for dust jacket cover, (1 item )|
|1/10||Pencil illustration and ink illustration possibly for early dust jacket art, (2 items)|
|1/11||Pencil illustration; ink illustration; and red, blue, and yellow color separations possibly for early dust jacket art, (5 items)|
|Sunnyside Up illustrated by Martin Charlot (Norfolk Island, Australia: Island Heritage, 1972)|
|1/12||Storyboard pencil sketches, with sketchbook featuring storyboard sketches and other unidentified illustrations, (3 items)|
|1/13||Preliminary pencil sketches of characters and portions of pages, (33 items)|
|1/14||Pencil illustrations touched with ink for pp. 4-9, 12-17, 20-49 & 52-55, (23 items)|
|1/15||Ink illustrations for pp. 4-11, 20-23, 30-35 & 52-53, (10 items )|
|1/16||Painting of unused illustration for pp. 20-21, (1 item )|
|1/17||Color illustrations for endpapers, (4 items )|
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