Jacques de Loustal  

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Jacques de Loustal (born April 10 1956 in Neuilly-Sur-Seine) is a French comics artist who uses a painterly style reminiscent of David Hockney.


In combination with a career as an illustrator, Loustal began working in comics in the late 70s publishing short comics in the comics magazines Métal Hurlant, Pilote, Nitro, Chic, Zoulou as well as newspapers such as Libération, usually working with writer Philippe Paringaux. In 1984 Loustal became a frequent contributor to the monthly À Suivre, for which he created Coeurs de Sable, Barney et la Note Bleue, Un Jeune Homme Romantique and Kid Congo.

Partial bibliography

  • Arrière saison
  • Viviane, Simone et les autres
  • Zenata plage
  • Carnet de voyages
  • Ce qu'il attendait d'elle
  • Ciné-Romans
  • Touriste de bananes (after text by Georges Simenon)
  • Insolite
  • La Nuit de l'alligator
  • Une vespa, des lunettes noires, une palm beach, elles voudraient en plus que j'ai de la conversation.
  • Barney et la note bleue with Philippe Paringaux
  • Cœurs de sable with Philippe Paringaux
  • New-York Miami with Philippe Paringaux
  • Le Sang des voyous with Philippe Paringaux
  • Kid Congo with Philippe Paringaux
  • Clichés d'amour with Philippe Paringaux
  • La Couleur des rêves with Philippe Paringaux
  • Soleils de nuit with Philippe Paringaux
  • Un garçon romantique with Philippe Paringaux

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