Illustration de fée par Coria by Félicísimo Coria - Illustration
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Illustration de fée par Coria

Illustration
2010
Ink
40 x 25 cm (15.75 x 9.84 in.)
A4 pour l'original encré et A5 pour la version à l'aquarelle
Fée à l'aquarelle

Description

Illustration originale encrée d'environ 25 X 40 Cm et photocopie aquarellée A5 d'une fée (commande réalisée pour ma fille)

Inscriptions

Signé et daté

Comment

Désolé pour les reflets de la vitre de l'encadrement.

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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