(1901 - 2000)
Carl Barks was active/lived in California, Oregon. Carl Barks is known for illustrator-cartoonist, wildlife.
Carl Barks established his reputation as a comic book artist, and the
work that ultimately won him the most distinction was done anonymously
from 1942 to 1966 when he drew and wrote the first original Donald Duck
comic book stories. Along the way, he created such characters as
Gyro Gearloose, Gladstone Gander, the Beagle Boys, and Uncle Scrooge.
was born in Oregon, and "by the time I was sixteen, I had become pretty
well assured that I wanted to be an artist or a cartoonist." It took
him some time to realize his ambition. "I had to go out and be a
cowhand and a farmer, a muleskinner, lumberjack, anything that happened
to come along that would furnish me with a living," Barks once said.
"I'd worked in a printing ... Displaying 750 of 4922 characters.