Jacques de Loustal

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Loustal
Born Jacques de Loustal
(1956-04-10) April 10, 1956 (age 59)
Neuilly-Sur-Seine, France
Nationality French
Area(s) artist, writer, colourist
Notable works
New York Miami
Clichés d'Amour

Jacques de Loustal (born April 10, 1956, in Neuilly-Sur-Seine) is a French comics artist who uses a painterly style reminiscent of David Hockney.

Biography[edit]

In combination with a career as an illustrator, Loustal began working in comics in the late 70s publishing short comics in the Franco-Belgian comics magazines Métal Hurlant, Pilote, Nitro, Chic, Zoulou as well as newspapers such as Libération, usually working with writer Philippe Paringaux.[1] In 1984 Loustal became a frequent contributor to the monthly À Suivre magazine, for which he created Coeurs de Sable, Barney et la Note Bleue, Un Jeune Homme Romantique and Kid Congo.

Partial bibliography[edit]

Panels from New York Miami
  • Arrière saison
  • Viviane, Simone et les autres
  • Zenata plage
  • Carnet de voyages
  • Ce qu'il attendait d'elle
  • Ciné-Romans
  • Touriste de bananes (after text by Georges Simenon)
  • Insolite
  • La Nuit de l'alligator
  • Une vespa, des lunettes noires, une palm beach, elles voudraient en plus que j'ai de la conversation.
  • Barney et la note bleue with Philippe Paringaux
  • Cœurs de sable with Philippe Paringaux
  • New-York Miami with Philippe Paringaux
  • Le Sang des voyous with Philippe Paringaux
  • Kid Congo with Philippe Paringaux
  • Clichés d'amour with Philippe Paringaux
  • La Couleur des rêves with Philippe Paringaux
  • Soleils de nuit with Philippe Paringaux
  • Un garçon romantique with Philippe Paringaux

References[edit]

Footnotes

  1. ^ Lambiek Comiclopedia. "Loustal". 

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