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Affiche exposition 2008 India Dreams by Jean-François Charles, Maryse Charles - Illustration

Affiche exposition 2008 India Dreams

40 x 30 cm (15.75 x 11.81 in.)
Affiche de l'exposition


Belle affiche de 2008 pour une exposition à Rouge Cloitre consacrée à Maryse et Jean François Charles sur le theme d'India Dreams.


En bas à gauche


On y voit toute la legerete de l'éléphant défiant les lois de l'apesanteur sur ce frele embarcadere, observe par des canards assez confiants.


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About Jean-François Charles

Jean-François Charles was born in Pont-à-Celles in the Hainaut area. He studied at the Brussels Academy of Fine Arts before publishing 'Les Chevaliers du Pavé', his first long comic story written by Jean-Marie Brouyère and Thierry Martens (Terence), in Spirou magazine in 1976-77. He also drew some episodes in the series 'Les Belles Histoires de l'Oncle Paul', that remained unpublished, and he subsequently worked for the Averbode children's publications Dauphin and Tremplin. He then traveled through the USA and Canada with his wife Maryse, which gave the couple inspiration for their historical series 'Les Pionniers du Nouveau Monde', that was first published by Deligne in 1982 and later continued by Glénat. The couple, accompanied by colorist Christian Crickx, additionally made the oblong format book 'Sagamore Pilgrimmage' (later retitled to 'Les grands bâtisseurs du Sagamore') in 1988. Charles started to focus on the scriptwriting of 'Les Pionniers' in 1994, and left the artwork to Ersel, while embarking on the new detective series 'Fox' with Jean Dufaux from 1991 to 1998. Text (c) Lambiek