Jean Jacques Sempe
Jean Jacques Sempe is active/lives in France. Jean Sempe is known for painting.
Biography Jean Jacques Sempe
Jean-Jacques Sempé is one of France's most well-known illustrators and caricaturists. A number of drawings has been used for the covers of the New Yorker. The French publishing house Denoël releases a collection of his drawings almost every year.
As early as the fifties, large French magazines, such as Paris Match and L‘Express Pilote have used his illustrations and drawings. International magazines printing his works are New York Times and Punch for example.
Sempé is closely connected to the author of the Asterix and Obelix stories René Goscinny. Together they created the children’s book series ‘Le petit Nicolas’. For the German author Patrick Sü
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