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Agregar a la Lista de favoritos Agregar a lista de deseos. El vendedor asume toda la responsabilidad de este anuncio. Eugenio Colonnese, an Italian-born cartoonist and creator of several horror character and series that spent the majority of his professional life in Brazil, died on Friday, August 8.
He had suffered a major stroke in June and had suffered various medical difficulties since that time.
He was 78 years old. Colonnese was born in Italy and began his career in Argentina in for the publishing houses El Tony and Columba. He settled for the first time in Brazil in , sharing a studio with artists such as Rodolfo Zalla and Osvaldo Talo. He was known primarily for his horror comics, although he worked in war stories, superheroes, and educational book in comics; outside of comics he worked in advertising, movie poster illustration and textbooks.
He would also do the circus cowboy series Beto Carrero starting in and drew a history of Brazil for that country's Foreign Affairs ministry in Colonnese spent 20 years at Editora Atica running one of their educational comics divisions, and was most recently employed by Opera Graphica.
He won several awards for his work. Estado: -- no especificado. Finalizado: 24 mar ECT.
Eugenio Colonnese was a creative visual artist, Eugenio Colonnese, born in , died in Eugenio Colonnese was born in and was primarily influenced creatively by the s. The period of the s is epitomised by the conflict between a number of political ideologies, including Marxist Socialism, Capitalist Democracy, and the Totalitarianism of both Communism and Fascism. Petersburg , including a primary list of two hundred and fifty priceless paintings by the Old Masters, many which ended up in the collection of Andrew Mellon via the New York based art dealing company, Knoedler.
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