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Spirou - La Femme Léopard - Pages de Garde Tirage de Tête by Olivier Schwartz - Illustration
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Spirou - La Femme Léopard - Pages de Garde Tirage de Tête

Illustration
2014
Ink
37.6 x 57 cm (14,8 x 22,44 in.)

Comment

Oui bon d'accord, c'est un peu de la gourmandise, mais celle-là est encore plus sublime que les autres, et je manque de recul par rapport à Schwartz dont - vous l'aurez peut-être noté - j'apprécie le travail!
Quand on sait que dans certaines stations balnéaires et sites touristiques étrangers, on peut dorénavant payer en Schwartz plutôt qu'en monnaie locale, je ne me fais pas trop de souci quant à cette petite boulimie (information Reuters. A vérifier néanmoins).
Un grand merci au camarade collectionneur pour la cession de cette pièce, dans des conditions de courtoisie et de correction rarement atteintes dans notre merveilleux petit monde aux eaux troubles et parfois tempétueuses...

About Olivier Schwartz

Olivier Schwartz was born in Nogent-sur-Marne. A self-taught artist, he began his career in the early 1980s, joining in with the retro comic style introduced by artists like Yves Chaland. He had his breakthrough when he began an association with the children's book publishers Milan and Bayard. For Milan, he made comics in cooperation with the scriptwriters Claude Ecken ('Pierre, Sophie & Robbie') and Christian Goux ('Le Testament du Docteur Zèbre') in the mid 1980s. He makes the series 'Les Enquêtes de l'Inspecteur Bayard' with Jean-Louis Fonteneau for the Bayard children's magazine Astrapi since 1988. Schwartz's Jijé-inspired style came out well in the World War II-situated story 'Le groom vert-de-gris', in which he and scriptwriter Yann returned to the early years of the classic 'Spirou' character for the collection 'Une Aventure de Spirou et Fantasio par...' in 2009. Schwartz and Yann remained inspired by the early years of Belgian publishing house Dupuis when they began their comic about the legendary trip that comic artists Jijé, Franquin and Morris made to the USA and Mexico in the 1940s. The story, based on anecdotes by the artists themselves according to the writer, led to conflicts with the heirs however, and the book wasn't published until 2012. A second 'Spirou' album by Schwartz and Yann was published in 2014. Text (c) Lambiek

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Barttallica Waw👍🏻
Jun 7, 2018 11:18 PM
HAL9000 Vraiment superbe ! PS : Mary, excellent :-D
Jul 23, 2015 6:12 PM
lsu38 Belle ambiance et description marrante ;-)
Jul 23, 2015 3:27 PM
Flupke Superbe!
Jul 22, 2015 11:25 PM
mary Ce Tarrin fait de plus en plus fort !
Jul 22, 2015 11:00 PM
Kermit Bravo, acquisition magnifique !
Jul 22, 2015 10:52 PM
stephane Superbe acquisition ! L'un des plus beaux dessins relatifs à l'album.
Jul 22, 2015 8:56 PM
salome3544 Superbe ! Question : ce sont 2 belges à gauche vers l'échelle ? ;-)
Jul 22, 2015 7:54 PM
tzynn Ce sont quand même de beaux toits...
Jul 22, 2015 7:49 PM