Art: Yamato Video announces the Italian dubbing of the anime

By publishing a promotional video on your YouTube channel, Yamato Video announced the Italian dubbing of Art, the anime based on the manga of the same name Kei Okubo.

The initiative is part of the celebrations of the company’s 30th anniversary and will see Emanuela Ionica lend the voice to the protagonist Art while Lorenzo Scattorin will be Leo.

At the moment, neither the release date nor further details on the anime have been revealed which, we recall, is already available exclusively for free but subtitled on the YouTube channel Yamato Animation.

What is the anime Arte about?

The anime series follows the events of Arte, an imaginary Florentine girl who in the middle of the Renaissance decides to follow her vocation and become a painter, a profession that, in the sixteenth century, was reserved for men.

16th century, Florence, the cradle of the Renaissance where art flourishes and a girl with a big dream. In a small corner of this splendid city, a carefree young woman dreams of becoming a painter, an unthinkable and impossible career for a girl of noble origins. In those days, art was a profession reserved exclusively for men, with women suffering severe discrimination.

Despite these obstacles, Arte perseveres in hard work, pursuing her dreams with an unstoppable positive attitude.

Arte is directed by Takayuki Hamana (The Prince of Tennis, Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha Detonation, Library War, Appleseed XIII) produced by the animation studio Seven Arcs, following the script of Reiko Yoshida (Girls und Panzer, K-ON !, Violet Evergarden).

Chieko Miyakawa (Moshidora), director of animation, also took care of the character design of the characters while Takaaki Suzuki (Strike Witches, Girls und Panzer) took care of the backgrounds.

The manga Arte

Art, which debuted on the pages of the magazine of seinen manga Comic Zenon in 201, it is being serialized in Japan and currently has 14 volumes.

The manga is published in Italy by Panini Comics via the label Planet Manga and it has reached volume 13, with the first issue of Arte which is freely available for reading at this address.

€ 5.22

€ 5.50

11 new from 5,22 €

to 25 July 2021 17:31

Art (Vol. 2)

€ 5.22

€ 5.50

7 new from 5,22 €

to 25 July 2021 17:31

Art (Vol. 1)

€ 5.50

2 new from 5,50 €

to 25 July 2021 17:31

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