About Fabrice Le Hénanff
Fabrice Le Hénanff is a comic book artist from Brittany, with a specialization in painting comics with historical subjects. He studied plastic arts in Rennes, and is a regular illustrator for the local newspaper Le Télégramme in Brest. In 2003, he created the comic book 'Les Caméleons' with text by Henri Fabuel at Casterman. Also with Fabuel, he made the detective comic 'H. H. Holmes', of which two books were published by Glénat, one in 2006 and one in 2010.
For Éditions 12bis he delved into World War II with the one-shots 'Ostfront' (2011) and 'Westfront' (2012), which he both wrote and drew. He then worked with Laurent Seksik on a comics biography of the Italian Jewish painter and sculptor Amedeo Modigliani (1884-1920) for Casterman in 2014. In the following year, Jungle! published the book 'Elvis en BD', about Elvis Presley, which was written by Philippe Chanoinat and drawn by Le Hénanff.
Text (c) Lambiek