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Paolo ELEUTERI SERPIERI - "L'Uomo che non aveva i pollici" page 1

circa 1980
Ink and watercolor on white cardboard
49.50 x 35 cm (19.49 x 13.78 in.)
Detail 1
Detail 2
Published page


First page for the story "L'Uomo che non aveva i pollici" (written by Ambrosio) published for the first time on Lanciostory year VI n. 16, 28th April 1980.
The story has been published also on "Serpieri i colori del West", "Femmes de l'Ouest and on "Opere Prime volume 6".

Ink and watercoloron cardboard 35 x 49.5 cm.



About Paolo Eleuteri Serpieri

Paolo Eleuteri Serpieri (born February 29, 1944) is an Italian comic book writer and illustrator, noted for his works of highly detailed renderings of the human form, particularly erotic images of women. He is best known for his work on the Druuna erotic science fiction series. Paolo Eleuteri Serpieri was born February 29, 1944 in Venice. He moved to Rome in his youth. He studied architecture and painting at Rome's Fine Arts Academy in Rome under Renato Guttuso, and began his career as a painter in 1966, but in 1975 he shifted his focus to comics. He produced work for the Italian comics magazine Lanciostory. A big fan of the American Old West,[citation needed] Serpieri co-created L'Histoire du Far-West (The Story of the West), a Western series about the history of the Old West, with writer Raffaele Ambrosio, which was published in the magazines Lanciostory and Skorpio. Some of the titles were L'Indiana Bianca (The White Indian) and L'Uomo di Medicina (Medicine Man).

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Difool Jolie page, avec un traitement tout en finesse.
Dec 31, 2017, 7:35 AM
fabcollection Really nice page !
Dec 30, 2017, 11:01 PM