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Enfants by Claude Serre - Illustration



About Claude Serre

Claude Serre was a French cartoonist born in Sucy-en-Brie, Val-de-Marne. After academic studies, he studied the craft of stained glass for eight years under Max Ingrand, along with his cousin Jean Gourmelin. He then started drawing cartoons and became an illustrator for many French journals, including Plexus, Planet, Hara-Kiri, Lui, Pariscope and La Vie Electrique. He also began illustrating books. The first was Asunrath, a work of fantasy, published by Losfeld. He incorporated his interest in the fantastic into many of his early lithographs, which were published, sometimes exclusively, in many countries including Japan and Germany[citation needed]. He also participated in both group and solo exhibitions. In 1969 he met Jack Claude Nezat, and they became friends. This relationship also allowed Serre to work with the magazine Pardon. Serre, meanwhile, started drawing cartoons on such topics as medicine, sports, automobiles and DIY, and his first book of cartoons, Black Humor and Men in White, satirising medical professionals, was published in 1972 by Editions Grésivaudan. The book won the Black Humor prize[citation needed]. A number of similar themed books in the same vein were published by Glénat
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jule Heureux de croiser un autre fan de Serre. Chouette dessin qui rappelle d'ailleurs un peu le fameux gag de Franquin...
Oct 23, 2019, 9:02 PM
BC Au-delà de l'humour noir et du cynisme, on oublie trop souvent que Serre est un très grand dessinateur. Merci du partage.
Dec 11, 2014, 7:21 AM