Les rêves du fou p. 22 by Chantal Montellier - Comic Strip

Les rêves du fou p. 22

Comic Strip
Encre de Chine et collage sur papier
42 x 31.7 cm (16.54 x 12.48 in.)


Une autrice que j'aime beaucoup et dont l'importance me semble largement mésestimée.


  • Les reves du fou
  • Futuropolis
  • 1981-05-01
  • Page 22

About Chantal Montellier

Chantal Montellier is a French comic book artist, known for her moody comics about disillusioned, bittered and lifeless people in cold concrete environments. Born in 1947, she studied Fine Arts in Saint-Étienne for six years, and started educating plastic arts in 1969. She made her first comics in 1974 for Métal Hurlant, Canard Sauvage and the women's magazine Ah! Nana. In the latter, she published the first pages of 'Andy Gang', a series that was continued in Métal Hurlant from 1978. Her short stories for this magazine were collected in several albums by Les Humanoïdes Associés, such as '1996' (1978), 'Shelter' (1980), 'Wonder City (1983), 'L'Esclavage c'est la liberté' (1984) and 'Odile et les crocodiles' (1984). From 1978, she was a contributor to À Suivre with stories like 'Hôpital Bellevue' and 'Virginia Woolf', but most notably her 'Julie Bristol' serial from 1989. Montellier additionally published several books with Futuropolis. Also for Dargaud, she made 'Voyages au Bout de la Crise' and 'Paris sur Sang: Mystère au Père-Lachaise'. In the 2000s, Montellier has worked for the publishing field, done illustration work and contributed stories to Psikopat. She returned to political comics after focusing on writing and workshops for several years. Text (c) Lambiek

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JD L'engagement politique de Madame Montellier a probablement isolé cette dessinatrice talentueuse et il est vrai que sa technique est vraiment remarquable. De plus, ses récits sont toujours très fort. Excellente acquisition !
Oct 16, 2018, 5:06 PM
digitalislutea Je partage votre commentaire en marge de bazooka elle a un style qui illustre complétement les années 80.
Oct 14, 2018, 9:57 AM
paul Fraiment très intéressant, cette planche.
Oct 13, 2018, 9:13 PM