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2004 - Les chemins de Malefosse, "La part du diable"

Comic Strip
2004
Ink
42 x 30 cm (16.54 x 11.81 in.)
Publication
La cathédrale Saint-Pierre de Vannes dans son environnement actuel

Description

Les chemins de Malefosse - Planche originale n°10 du 12 ème tome, "La part du diable"

Inscriptions

Signée et datée(dans la 1ère case, en bas, au milieu): François dermaut 01.03

Comment

Page 12 de l'EO
La ville de Vannes à la fin du 16ème siècle...ses remparts...ses maisons à colombages et sa cathédrale Saint-Pierre...
En image additionnelle, une vue actuelle correspondant à cette belle 3ème case.

Une série historique de référence.
Le réalisme forcené du dessin de François Dermaut.

Publication

  • La part du diable
  • Glénat
  • 06/2004
  • Page 12

About François Dermaut

After studying art in at the École Supérieure des Arts Saint-Luc in Tournai, François Dermaut was employed by the publisher Fleurus in 1974. His first album, 'Jacques Laval', was published in the collection Les Grandes Heures des Chrétiens by Univers-Média in 1978. During the eighties, he teamed up with Daniel Bardet, with whom he created the prestigious historical series 'Les Chemins de Malefosse', which he signed with his own name, in 1982. The series was published in the magazines Circus and Vécu, and later on in albums by Glénat. While working on this saga, he made 'Charlotte et le Secret des Tempeliers' in Okapi in 1985. In 1989, with Didier Convard, he launched 'Souvenirs de Toussaint', a series of which he drew the first three episodes, before handing over the graphical duties to Joëlle Savey in 1996. After a period of inactivity due to personal problems, he returned to the field with 'Carnets de Saint-Jacques de Compostelle', an illustrated book published by Glénat in 2003. Text (c) Lambiek

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Jul 27, 2018, 11:37 AM