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Lucien De Gieter, Théti-Chéri - Couverture Journal de Spirou - Original Cover

Théti-Chéri - Couverture Journal de Spirou

Original Cover
36 x 30 cm (14.17 x 11.81 in.)


Couverture pour le Journal de Spirou n°2041 du 26 mai 1977.
Titre : Théti-Chéri danse pour les Dieux


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About Lucien De Gieter

Lucien De Gieter is a prominent artist for Spirou magazine since the 1960s and is best known for his comic series 'Papyrus'. Born in Etterbeek, he studied at the Institut Saint-Luc in Brussels and spent several years working as an interior decorator and industrial designer - in this occupation the artist participated in the 1958 World Expo in Brussels. De Gieter was in his late twenties when he turned to comics. He began his assocation with Spirou magazine in 1961 and published his first comics in the collection of mini-books that were printed in the center of the magazine. He wrote several stories for artists such as Eddy Ryssack,Jem, Francis and Kiko, and he also created his own comic strip about the little cowboy 'Pony' in this section. De Gieter went to work for Peyo's studio in the Avenue de Boetelaer in Brussels in mid 1965. He assisted on the inking of 'Les Schtroumpfs' until 1968 and made new gags starring 'Poussy' from 1969. In addition to his work for Peyo, De Gieter continued to work on his own projects. His series 'Tôôôt et Puit', about a young pearl diver and a mermaid was published in Spirou from 1966, and also 'Pony' found its way to the magazine's regular pages in 1968. In 1974, De Gieter's other activities were dropped in favor of 'Papyrus', as new series set in ancient Egypt. Text (c) Lambiek