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Theodore Poussin by Frank Le Gall - Illustration

Theodore Poussin

Pencil and Watercolor
35 x 100 cm (13.78 x 39.37 in.)
The artist at the exhibition
Picture from the exhibition
Dupuis website 2022
Link to Dupuis internet site


Illustration used for the internet site of Dupuis Theodore Poussin albums (see picture).
Shown at the exposition of illustrations of Frank Le Gall at the gallery Huberty Breyne, Brussels (April 30- May 31 2015).
For me, this is one of the most iconic illustrations of the exposition as it is very light and simple, yet the size is stunning (I think it is the largest picture of Theodore Poussin).
The additional pictures are taken from the website: and from the Dupuis website

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About Frank Le Gall

Born in Rouen, Frank le Gall published his first works in Pistil in 1977-78. Shortly afterwards, he joined Spirou magazine with 'Valry Bonpain', a series about a jazz musician, which he made with Alain Clement. A few years later, he started his most famous series, the mysterious 'Théodore Poussin'. In addition to his work for Spirou, Le Gall made 'Yoyo' for Circus with Yann in 1985 and 'Les Petits Contes Noirs' for Schtroumpf in 1992 (in cooperation with his brother Pierre). Text (c) Lambiek