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    Moebius (Jean Giraud) Éloge de la Sieste [In Praise of the Nap] Illustration Original Art (Editions de Guibert, 1992). An atypical subject for Moebius, who is well-known for his trippy sci-fi tales serialized in Heavy Metal magazine. This illustration appeared in an edition of the Bruno Comby book Éloge de la Sieste. The art is noted as "#31" in the upper margin. Created in ink over graphite on white paper with an image area of 6.25" x 8.75". Signed and dated 1991 in the lower edge of the image area. In Excellent condition.

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