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Pablo Picasso needs no introduction.Created by Belgian writer Julie Birmant and French artist Clement Oubrerie, this French-language comic strip explores the life of Picasso before he became known as the master of Cubism.Q: How did you come up with the idea of creating a comic strip on Picasso?So I wrote this story with a lot of passion, and dreamed of finding an excellent artist to make a comic strip out of it.Q: Are the graphics and texts [entirely] based on the research you did on Picasso? The "Pablo" series – four tomes and close to 2,000 drawings in color on more than 300 pages – has come to an end.Q: How have you divided up Picasso's biography to fill multiple comics?"Matisse" – the third tome – shows how Picasso radically transformed his way of painting, inspired by Spanish [and] African primitives and by Oceania.Therefore, many comic strips deal with historic figures.Drawing about Picasso, [writing] about his work, his loves, his friends, and being up to the task?Julie Birmant and Clement Oubrerie's "Pablo" is available on Amazon.
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