Bob Morane - Illustration de Coria pour images captives by Félicísimo Coria - Illustration
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Bob Morane - Illustration de Coria pour images captives

Illustration
2002
Watercolor
21 x 30 cm (8.27 x 11.81 in.)
18 X 26 Cm sur A4

Description

Illustration à l'encre de chine publiée dans le livret Images Captives "Bob Morane dans tous ses états" / Editions: La Boutique du Bédéphage / 300 ex. num. et signés (2002).

Inscriptions

Signé et daté

About Félicísimo Coria

Félicísimo Coria learned the finer points of the comic profession from his brother-in-law, William Vance. He assisted Vance on the backgrounds of 'Ringo', 'Bruno Brazil' and 'Bob Morane', while following a correspondance course in comics from ABC. Together with Vance and the writer Lucien Meys, he created the series 'Mongwy' series in Femmes d'Aujourd'hui in 1971-72. Coria was also present in Tintin with several short stories with scripts by Stephen Desberg, which were collected in the albums 'Flashback' 1 and 2. In 1979, he took over the artwork of the Henri Vernes scripted 'Bob Morane' series completely. Besides comics, Coria is active in painting and photography. Text (c) Lambiek

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