Artistic Creation is a 1901 British short silent comedy film, directed by Walter R. Booth, featuring a lightning sketch artist drawing a picture of a woman which comes to life piece by piece. The film, "is one of the earliest examples of a film about an artist's creations coming to life," and according to Michael Brooke of BFI Screenonline, "a metaphorical cautionary tale about the responsibilities that should be borne by both creative artists and indeed the male sex in general."
|Directed by||Walter R. Booth|
|Produced by||Robert W. Paul|
Paul's Animatograph Works
|1 min 15 secs|
- Brooke, Michael. "Artistic Creation". BFI Screenonline Database. Retrieved 24 April 2011.
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