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    Philippe Druillet Salammbô Carthage #2 Planche 1 (Dargaud, 1982). Quand un Druillet inspiré se réapproprie le roman de Flaubert d'abord dans les pages de "Métal Hurlant" puis dans "Pilote". Transposition des guerres puniques dans le Monde de l'Étoile. Lone Sloane, venu se perdre dans la guerre pour l'amour d'une femme fatale. Technique mixte sur papier avec une superficie d'image de 72 x 92 cm. Signé par l'artiste. Encadré. En Excellente Condition.
    Philippe Druillet Salammbô Carthage #2 Story Page 1 Original Art (Dargaud, 1982). An inspired Druillet reclaims Flaubert's novel, first in the pages of Métal Hurlant and then in Pilote. Transposition of the Punic Wars to the Star World. Lone Sloane, lost in the war for the love of a femme fatale. Mixed media on paper with an image area of ??28.5" x 36 ". Signed by the artist. Framed. In Excellent condition.


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