Ambrus' brilliantly colored, ink-splashy paintings make his country wedding less festive than frenetic. And the antics of a...

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A COUNTRY WEDDING

Ambrus' brilliantly colored, ink-splashy paintings make his country wedding less festive than frenetic. And the antics of a fox and a wolf, who steal outfits from a clothesline so that they can attend the celebration and horn in on the feast, but then are caught and forced to sing and dance for the human guests, are depicted with such eye-exhausting agitation that it's a relief all round when the five day party is over.

Pub Date: March 15, 1975

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Addison-Wesley

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: March 1, 1975