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ABOUT THE ARTWORK

This original page from the album “El Gaucho” is the result of a collaboration between Hugo Pratt and Milo Manara.

Set in Argentina, where Pratt lived for a long time, it reflects Pratt’s own epic sense and is enhanced by Manara’s virtuosity.

The story takes place in the early 19th century, in Rio de la Plata, near Buenos Aires, with a plot centered on a British attempt to incite rebellion against Spanish rule. The page, beautifully illustrated by Manara, provides an immersion into this historical period.


SPECIFICATION DETAILS

Not Framed
Ink on Paper
Artwork size: 48 x 63 cm (18,9 x 24,8 inch)
Image area: 48 x 63 cm (18,9 x 24,8 inch)

ABOUT THE ARTIST

Milo Manara is one of the best comic book artists specializing in erotic art. He became interested in comics in the late sixties and has since appeared in a wide variety of international comics such as “Giuseppe Bergman” and the French magazines Alter-Linus and Charlie Mensuel. Subsequently, he began collaborating with Casterman’s comic magazine À Suivre and later also appeared in Italy in books published by Nuova Frontiera. In the following years, Manara produced erotic works such as “Le Parfum de l’Invisible” (two volumes, 1986 and 1995), “Candide Camera” (1988), “Kama Sutra” (1997), “Le Piège” (1998), “Révolution” (2000) and “Piranèse, la Planète Prison” (2002), as well as new stories with “Giuseppe Bergman”. He also worked with Hugo Pratt on “L’Été Indien” (in Corto Maltese) and “El Gaucho” (in Il Grifo). Manara also worked with another of his heroes, Federico Fellini, in “Voyage à Tulum” (Corriere della Serra, 1986) and “Le Voyage de G. Mastorna dit Fernet” (Il Grifo, 1992). With Enzo Biagi he participated in the Mondadori series on “Christophe Colomb” in 1992.

El Gaucho, Page 16 (Casterman, 1995)

Original Production Page
ORIGINAL ART
Artwork size: 63 x 48 cm (24,8 x 18,9 inch)
Image area: 63 x 48 cm (24,8 x 18,9 inch)
Ink on Paper
Mint Condition

This huge original production page (consisting of 3 strips) was created by Milo Manara to be published in “El Gaucho”, a work that he created in collaboration with Hugo Pratt (the writer) and published by Casterman in 1995.

7.500

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