Louis Paradis 2012 Original Chinese Ink Drawing ‘Djungle Girl’

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Louis Paradis 2012 Original Chinese Ink Drawing ‘Djungle Girl’

Original Louis Paradis drawing on semi heavy handmade paper

Signed and dated lower right, next to sword

Size : 29.6 x 21 cm

Artwork is in excellent condition

Info on Louis Paradis :

Louis Paradis (born July 6, 1959) is a Canadian comics artist, writer and illustrator from Montmagny, Quebec, Canada.

He is considered as a master in the realism comics field in Québec. After he obtained his Degree in graphic design from CEGEP of Rivière-du-Loup, he learned the craft of comic book especially by observing the work of artists like John Buscema, Harold Foster, Burne Hogarth, Jean Giraud dit Moebius, Jack Kirby, Barry Windsor-Smith, and also André Juillard.

Louis Paradis drew his first comic book at age fifteen. It was called ‘La Rage de L’Eau-de-Vie’, and 500 copies were printed. He went to study graphics in 1977, and commenced a professional career as a comic artist. He cooperated with several artists, including Michel Grant, Francis Pelletier, Salvador Dallaire, Pierre Hamon and Philippe Aubert. The latter became his scriptwriter for over ten years. He cooperated with Anne Sigier on two religious albums, ‘Abraham et Moïse’ (1993) and ‘Les Premiers Chrétiens’ (1998). He cooperated to several magazines, such as Bambou, L’Océanic de Rimouski, Vidéo-Presse and Sextant, as well as some US comic books.

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Louis Paradis 2012 Original Chinese Ink Drawing ‘Djungle Girl’

Original Louis Paradis drawing on semi heavy handmade paper

Signed and dated lower right, next to sword

Size : 29.6 x 21 cm

Artwork is in excellent condition

Info on Louis Paradis :

Louis Paradis (born July 6, 1959) is a Canadian comics artist, writer and illustrator from Montmagny, Quebec, Canada.

He is considered as a master in the realism comics field in Québec. After he obtained his Degree in graphic design from CEGEP of Rivière-du-Loup, he learned the craft of comic book especially by observing the work of artists like John Buscema, Harold Foster, Burne Hogarth, Jean Giraud dit Moebius, Jack Kirby, Barry Windsor-Smith, and also André Juillard.

Louis Paradis drew his first comic book at age fifteen. It was called ‘La Rage de L’Eau-de-Vie’, and 500 copies were printed. He went to study graphics in 1977, and commenced a professional career as a comic artist. He cooperated with several artists, including Michel Grant, Francis Pelletier, Salvador Dallaire, Pierre Hamon and Philippe Aubert. The latter became his scriptwriter for over ten years. He cooperated with Anne Sigier on two religious albums, ‘Abraham et Moïse’ (1993) and ‘Les Premiers Chrétiens’ (1998). He cooperated to several magazines, such as Bambou, L’Océanic de Rimouski, Vidéo-Presse and Sextant, as well as some US comic books.