Hergé French-language catalogue for the Grand Palais exhibition
This catalogue has been published to accompany the Grand Palais Hergé exhibition, created in partnership with the Hergé Museum. It takes the reader deep on a journey into the universe of Hergé. The Adventures of Tintin were first published in Le Petit Vingtième in 1929. With this series Georges Remi, otherwise known as Hergé, embarked on an astounding career as both an incredible illustrator and a superb storyteller. He created a unique style that was to become the basis for an entire movement in comic strip art. He became famous in Belgium, Europe and beyond. The Hergé catalogue brings together two books in one and gives the reader the sense of reading something new and interactive. Inside the pages Hergé, Totor, Tintin, Quick and Flupke, and many others are juxtaposed with writings, quotes, documents and remarkable illustrations. The reader is plunged into the vibrant symbolism and language of comic strips, into meetings with colourful characters and into a rich and diverse imaginary world. This book is sure to make any reader from the age of 7 to 77 marvel at the aesthetic and playful surprises within its pages.
|L x w x h (cm)||25.00 x 21.50 x 3.50|
|L x w x h (cm) box||25.00 x 21.50 x 3.50|