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Filles de Soleil T05 P57 by Jean-Louis Mourier, Claude Guth - Illustration
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Filles de Soleil T05 P57

Illustration
2000
Ink
29.7 x 38.5 cm (11,69 x 15,16 in.)
La version finale colorisée

Comment

Je recherche la mise en couleurs de cette illustration par Claude Guth mise en vente il y a quelques années à la galerie Neuvième Art

Publication

  • Les Filles de Soleil
  • Soleil Productions
  • 03/2001
  • Page 57

About Jean-Louis Mourier

Jean-Louis Mourier attended the School of Applied Arts in Paris, and began his career working as a commercial artist in 1984. In 1987, he drew his first illustrations for Tintin Reporter, which remained unpublished, since the magazine was about to cease publication. On the occasion of an exposition in the Rodin museum, he made a comics biography of the sculptor in 1990, which was published in the information booklet. In Marseille, he met Scotch Arleston, with whom he began the heroic fantasy series 'Les Feux d'Askell' for Soleil in 1993. Four years later, Mourier and Arleston created 'Trolls de Troy', published in Lanfeust Mag. Text (c) Lambiek

Thematics

  • #fillesdesoleil
  • #tree
  • #woods

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chmuch Sympa et rare !
Sep 5, 2013 10:15 PM