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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