Charles Vess


Charles Vess

Charles Vess né le 10 juin 1951 à Lynchburg (Virginie), est un peintre et illustrateur fantasy art américain. Son style est très influencé par Arthur Rackham & Alphonse Mucha.

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Biographie

Il est diplômé en 1974 d'un BFA de "Virginia Commonwealth University".

Récompenses

  • The Ink Pot Award: For excellence in comic art, 1990.
  • World Fantasy Award: Best short story, 1991.
  • Will Eisner Comics Industry Award: Best Single Issue, 1991 for Concrete Celebrates Earth Day, by Paul Chadwick, Vess and Jean "Moebius" Giraud
  • Comic Creators' Guild: 1993 Best Cover (Dark Horse Presents #75).
  • Spectrum Annual of Imaginative Art (Silver Award (Comics Industry) 1995)
  • Will Eisner Award: Best Penciler/Inker 1996 for The Book of Ballads and Sagas and Sandman #75.
  • World Fantasy Award : Best Artist, 1999.
  • Will Eisner Award : Best Painter/Multimedia Artist 2002 for Rose

Œuvres

Bibliographie

  • (en) The Absolute Sandman, Vol. 1 (Vertigo)
  • (en) & (fr)Neil Gaiman & Charles Vess -"Stardust: Being a Romance Within the Realms of Faerie", 1998 (DC Comics)
  • (en)"The Book of Ballads and Sagas", 2006 (Tor Books)
  • (en)The Green Man : Tales from the Mythic Forest, 2002 (Viking Juvenile) (Ellen Datlow, Neil Gaiman & divers auteurs)
  • Charles De Lint & Charles Vess -"Moonheart", 2005 (Subterranean Press)
  • (en) Bill Willingham & Charles Vess -"Fables: 1001 Nights of Snowfall", 2008 (Vertigo)
  • "Bone" (scénario Jeff Smith, Tom Sniegoski ; dessins Jeff Smith, Charles Vess) (Delcourt )
  • "Rose" Jeff Smith & Charles Vess, 2002 (Cartoon Books)
  • (en) Drawing Down the Moon: The Art of Charles Vess, 2008 (Dark Horse Comics)

Voir aussi

Liens externes

  • Portail de la fantasy et du fantastique Portail de la fantasy et du fantastique

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