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Varenne - ILLUSTRATION LOUISE DUPIN by Alex Varenne - Comic Strip
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Varenne - ILLUSTRATION LOUISE DUPIN

Comic Strip
Mixed Media
43 x 30 cm (16.93 x 11.81 in.)
Vendue avec dessin du château de Chenonceau, format 15 x 20 cm

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Illustration originale de Varenne réalisée pour une exposition sur les reines/noblesse de France au château de Chenonceau fin 80. Portrait sur calque avec 2ème calque pour les couleurs - format 30X43
Pour information : Louise Marie Madeleine Guillaume de Fontaine, par son mariage Madame Dupin, est née à Paris le 28 octobre 1706 et morte au château de Chenonceau, le 20 novembre 1799. Femme d'esprit, célèbre pour sa beauté, Louise Dupin est une personnalité du siècle des Lumières et tient un brillant salon littéraire.

About Alex Varenne

Initially, Alex Varenne could not get his work published. After ten years, when he finally succeeded in getting his stories into print, his work had already reached a certain degree of maturity, and his debut was consequently well received. This debut, the post-apocalyptic saga 'Ardeur', was published in 1979 in Charlie Mensuel and continued in other magazines later on. Varenne depicted a post-apocalyptic view of society, but built his stories around historical fact. In this way, he criticized totalitarian rule and nuclear armament. Alex teamed up with his brother Daniel in the 1980s, working on comics such as 'L'Affaire Landscape', 'Corps à Corps' and 'Un Tueur Passe'. Varenne's fame came from his erotic work published in Libération, where he created the female character 'Erma Jaguar'. Text (c) Lambiek

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