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    Hergé Tintin: Le Temple du Soleil Planche 38 Panneau 4 (Journal Tintin, 1947). Lorsque le Journal de Tintin est lancé, en 1946, Hergé imagine un récit qui fera date dans les aventures de son célèbre reporter. Chaque planche, réalisée au format « à l'italiennne », prend place sur une double page du journal. Somptueux pour le lecteur du journal, ce dispositif pose un problème lors de la réalisation de l'album. Hergé doit abandonner certaines cases, malgré leur indéniable qualité. La preuve avec celle-ci (Planche 38 - Case 4 parue dans le Journal Tintin N° 24 du 12 Juin 1947) qui met en scène Tintin et le Capitaine Haddock au cœur des Andes. Cette case (7 x 13 cm), témoin de l'art de la lisibilité de l'inventeur belge du style « Ligne Claire » est présentée, en parfait état, dans un décor mettant en scène le trajet souterrain vers le Temple du Soleil.

    Hergé (Georges Rémi) Tintin: The Temple of the Sun Page 38 Panel 4 Original Art (Journal Tintin, 1947). When the Journal de Tintin was launched in 1946, Hergé came up with a landmark story in the chronicles of his famous reporter. Each page, created in an "Italian" landscape format, unfolds across a double-page spread. A rich reading experience, this approach created a problem when it came to adapting the story for the book edition. Hergé had to reformat certain pages and drop certain panels, despite their undeniable quality. As an example, this panel (panel 4 from page 38 - published in Journal de Tintin #24 on June 12th, 1947) features Tintin and Captain Haddock in the heart of the Andes. This panel, in Excellent condition and 2.75" x 5", proves how readable Belgium's inventor of the "Clear Line" style can be, portraying here the underground route to the Temple of the Sun. Elaborately framed.

    © Hergé-Moulinsart 2018

    Estimate $22,000-$24,000
    (€18000-€20000)


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