Fine Art is Tough Business in ARTE TV Anime Trailer

New key visual and cast members revealed for upcoming adaptation based on Kei Okubo's period drama manga

Arte struggles to be taken seriously as a professional painter in 16th century Florence in a scene from the upcoming ARTE TV anime.

 

The profession of painting is difficult indeed, and now a new trailer, a new key visual, and two new cast members have been revealed for ARTE, an upcoming TV anime based on the period drama seinen manga by Kei Okubo about a young noblewoman who runs away from home to pursue the life of a professional artist in 16th century Florence, Italy.

 

The new cast members for ARTE include:

 

A character visual of Sofia, a noblewoman, and her voice actress, Rie Tanaka, from the upcoming ARTE TV anime.

 

Rie Tanaka as Sofia.

 

A character visual of Daphne, a servant, and her voice actress, Haruka Tomatsu, from the upcoming ARTE TV anime.

 

And Haruka Tomatsu as Daphne.

 

 

The original ARTE manga is serialized in North Stars Pictures' Monthly Comic Zenon seinen manga magazine. Set in Florence, Italy, in the early 16th century, the story of ARTE follows Arte Spalletti, the only daughter of a noble family. Arte has shown a talent for painting since childhood, and she dreams of pursuing her love of art. Her mother wishes for Arte to marry a rich nobleman in order to save the family from financial ruin, but instead Arte leaves home and becomes an apprentice training under Leo, the young owner of an art workshop.  

 

Arte, Katarina, and Yuri enjoy a gondola-ride through the streets of 16th century Venice in a new key visual for the ARTE TV anime.

 

The ARTE TV anime is directed by Takayuki Hamana and features animation production by Seven Arcs. The series will broadcast in Japan on Tokyo MX beginning on April 04, 2020, with additional broadcasts to follow on BS Fuji and Yomiuri Telecasting Corporation beginning on April 06, 2020.

 

Sources:

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Copyright notice: © Kei Okubo/NSP, ARTE Production Committee

 

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Paul Chapman is the host of The Greatest Movie EVER! Podcast and GME! Anime Fun Time.

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