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Frank Pé - Manon aux oiseaux

Illustration
2014
Watercolor
Aquarelle sur papier
77 x 56 cm (30.31 x 22.05 in.)
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Magnifique et grande illustration du maitre animalier Frank Pé autour de son personnage fétiche accompagné de nombreux oiseaux et sous la garde bienveillante d'un léopard des neiges.

Pour les amateurs d'oiseaux comme moi, voici la liste de tous les oiseaux représentés sur cette illustration

- Héron pourpré : Ardea purpurea
- Grue couronnée du sud : Balearica pavonina
- Mainate : Gracula religiosa
- Martin chasseur à ailes bleues : Dacelo leachii
- Gris du Gabon : Psittacus erithacus
- Chouette lapone : Strix nebulosa
- Loriot masqué : Orioles larvatus
- Guira cantara : Guita guira
- Faucon émerillon : Falco columbiarus
- Calao bicorne : Buceros bicornis
- Loriquet à tête bleue : Trichoglossus haematodus
- Callopsite élégante : Nymphicus hollandicus
- Turkisnaschvogel : Cyanerpes cyaneus

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About Frank Pé

Frank Pé, often signing solely as Frank (15 July 1956) is a Belgian comic book artist, best known for Broussaille and Zoo. Frank Pé was born in Ixelles in 1956. After studying sculpture for three years at the Institut Saint-Luc in Brussels (with costudents like Bernard Hislaire), he began to create comics and illustrations for Spirou magazine, specializing in articles about animals. The fictional presenter of these stories, an adolescent named Broussaille, later got his own series, putting Frank in the limelight. In the meantime, he also created L'élan, a moose whose aim in life is to have his own comic and his own albums. His first album was the one-shot Comme un animal en cage (Like an Animal in a Cage), written by Thierry Martens, then editor-in-chief at Spirou. Since 1994, he has worked on his two main series: Zoo, planned as a trilogy, and Broussaille.