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ATALANTE by Crisse - Illustration


Mixed Media
40 x 50 cm (15,75 x 19,69 in.)
Atalante Objet 3D Polychrome © Crognotte
Atalante Objet 3D Monochrome © Crognotte
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Publication Ex-libris
Création de 2 objets 3D (Monochrome et Polychrome)

About Crisse

Didier Crisse is a Belgian comic artist specialized in heroid fantasy. Born Didier Chrispeels in Brussels, Crisse published his first work in Curiosity Magazine in 1978. A year later, he made 'Océan's Kings' for Spirou, before creating the Japanese princess 'Nahomi' in Tintin with Bom from 1980 to 1987. In addition, he started working in the realistic genre for the publishing house Vents d'Ouest with 'Les Ombres du Passée' (1986), a story about the Russian Revolution written by Russian writer Natacha. This was followed by the heroic fantasy series 'L'Épée de Cristal' (1989-95) and 'Lorette et Harpye' (1993-97) from scripts by Jacky Goupil. Crisse illustrated 'Cosmos Milady' with text by Jean-Claude de la Royère for P&T Productions in 1993. Vents d'Ouest then published Crisse's fantasy detective 'Perdita Queen' in 1995. That same year, he was present in Gotham with the gag strip 'Ghost Town'. He began an association with Soleil Productions in 1996, where he launched series like 'Kookaburra' (1997-2008), 'Atalante' (2000-09) and 'Ishanti - Danseuse sacrée' (2005). He left the artwork of his science fiction saga 'Kookaburra' to Nicolas Mitric in 2004 and was also involved in the launch of several 'Kookabura' spin-offs, such as 'Kookaburra Universe' and 'Kookaburra K'. Text (c) Lambiek

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Fred1973 Super belle
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ludogrid Très belle illustration !
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