For more than 30 years, Hermann has been showing remarkable and very noticed graphic qualities... from his beginnings in ‘Le Journal de Tintin’, in which Hergé was still very much involved at the time, allowing him to highlight the many graphic skills of this ‘New Generation’ author at the time...
The rest is history, with these artworks by Hermann drawn in Indian ink and brushes, and then with Rotring and various techniques, finally resulting in these famous fully-coloured plates... which have become Hermann's specialty in the recent years...
Therefore... who else but him could have had this superb desire to illustrate the back cover of a large-size print of Duke, like the one illustrated and signed in black ink.
This original composition representing a hat alone in a snowy landscape, under a partial sun, completely depicts the atmosphere of this exceptional series. Great art....
The A5 illustration is completed by the back cover of the large-size print of this album ‘Volume 1: Duke’.
Ideal lot for framing.
- Originele tekening(en)
- Aantal items
- - Dessin original couleur - 4ème de couverture - Duke T1 - La Boue et le sang
- Jaar: oudste object
- Zeer Fraai
- Format A5