Nicole Claveloux

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Nicole Claveloux (French: [klav(ə)lu]; born June 23, 1940) is a French painter, illustrator and comic book artist.


She was born in Saint-Étienne and studied fine arts there. She moved to Paris in 1966, where she worked as an illustrator and comics artist for various magazines including Planète, Okapi (fr) and Marie Claire.[1]

Her illustration style incorporates both psychedelic use of colour and sophisticated black and white images.[2]

Her work was included in several exhibitions, including Nicole Claveloux et compagnie at Villeurbanne in 1995 and a retrospective at the Mediatheque Hermeland at Saint-Herblain.[3]

Selected works[3][edit]


  1. ^ "Nicole Claveloux" (in French). Editions Thierry Magnier. 
  2. ^ a b "The Green Hand and Other Stories". Penguin Random House. 
  3. ^ a b Dictionnaire de la Bande dessinée (in French). Encyclopaedia Universalis. 2015. pp. 101–03. ISBN 2341002307. 
  4. ^ "Christian Bruel" (in French). Centre national de la littérature pour la jeunesse. 
  5. ^ "Prix Cécile-Gagnon 2004". Prix de langue française (in French). Library and Archives Canada. 
  6. ^ du Boucheron, Bernard (2016). La guerre en vacances (in French). p. 2. ISBN 2268085392. 

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