For sale - Seul au monde - Pl. 24 by Serge Fino - Comic Strip
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Seul au monde - Pl. 24

Comic Strip
2019
Watercolor
48 x 35 cm (18.9 x 13.78 in.)
Price : 900 €  [$]

Description

Seul au monde
Tome 1
Planche 24

Les textes sont imprimés et collés sur la planche.

Dimensions : grand format 35 x 48 cm

Toutes les planches originales sont signées par l'auteur. Certaines l'ont été après le scan.

"Seul au monde" est l'adaptation de l'auto-biographie de Sébastien Destremau, participant au dernier Vendée Globe.

La galerie Comic Art Factory, basée à Bruxelles, accueille la première exposition-vente de Serge Fino en 25 ans de carrière.
Parmi les originaux à la vente : des planches noir et blanc de la série "Les chasseurs d'écume" et des planches originales en couleur directe des nouvelles séries "Seul au monde" et "L'or des marées".

Inscriptions

Signé

About Serge Fino

Serge Fino had his professional breakthrough in 1994 with 'Les Soleil Rouges de l'Eden', a trilogy in cooperation with writer Hervé Poudat for Soleil Productions. It was followed by the heroic fantasy series 'Les Ailes du Phaéton', that he created with Didier Tarquin in 1997. He made nine books of the series until 2004, while Tarquin was replaced by Didier Crisse and Isabelle Plongeon, subsequently. He additionally made two books of the sci-fi thriller 'Starblood' with Simon Rocca in 1999 and 2000, and 'La Couronne de Foudre' with Brice Tarvel in 2001. Since 2010, he has worked on a regular base with writer François Debois. Together they created an adaptation of the Anatole Le Braz novel 'Quand souffle le vent des îles' in the collection 'Histoires de Bretagne', and the graphic novel series 'Les Chasseurs d'Écume'. Although mostly associated with Soleil, Fino has also worked for some other publishers. For Clair de Lune, he created the series 'John Sorrow' with Georges Ramaïoli in 2005. He made a book about the history of the Provence for Éditions du Signe in 2012 and started 'Les Maîtres Saintiers' with Laurent-Frédéric Bollée for Glénat in 2015. Text (c) Lambiek

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