4 Giugno 2016 11:51

Arthur Piroton

4 June 1931 – 22 January 1996, Belgium)   Born near Liège, Arthur Piroton wanted to become an artist since his early childhood. His parents insisted that he pursued a more “serious” career, so he became a furniture designer. On the side, he drew his first comic, ‘Le Crime de Tolumont’ for Le Cité in 1950. He got lessons in comics art from Hergé, and joined the Dupuis art studios in 1956. He started out doing illustration work for Risque-Tout, Bonnes Soirées and Télé-Moustique, as well as some stories in…

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