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Alain Robet was born in April 1963 in Brest. He naturally followed his parents to Rouen where his father Bosco in the merchant navy had just taken a position on land. In this city, he passed a trilingual baccalaureate and a master's degree in law but the drawing virus caught him. 

With friends, he created the fanzine Café Noir which was soon rewarded in 1989 at the Angoulême International Comics Festival. His passion for history naturally led him to become a recognized specialist in historical reenactment and ancient navy. 

He drew the stories of the cities of Rouen, Évreux, Lorient, Vannes, Quimper and Brest. Then he drew Le Chevalier, la Mort et le Diable, one of the parallel series to the best-selling saga Les 7 vies de l'Épervier by Patrick Cothias and André Juillard. 

Back in the Brest region, he works on the maritime and espionage series Gabrielle B on a scenario by Dominique Robet. This work earned him the honor of presenting exhibitions of comic strips, drawings and paintings in places as prestigious as the National Museum of the Navy in Rochefort, the Bidouane Tower in Saint-Malo or during the launch of the series at the Maritime Book Festival in Concarneau. 

In parallel to comics, he also develops a passion for painting, which allows him to broaden his drawing skills and explore new graphic horizons. For more than ten years, he has been teaching painting, drawing and comics in Brest, for a time for the French Navy, as well as at the MJC of L'Harteloire and the Maison de Quartier de Lambézellec.


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Fine Art Drawings, Serge Gainsbourg, Alain Robet

Serge Gainsbourg

Alain Robet

Fine Art Drawings - 14 x 22 x 0.1 cm

$226

Fine Art Drawings, Gainsbourg, Alain Robet

Gainsbourg

Alain Robet

Fine Art Drawings - 15 x 25 x 0.1 cm

$249

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Alain Robet was born in April 1963 in Brest. He naturally followed his parents to Rouen where his father Bosco in the merchant navy had just taken a position on land. In this city, he passed a trilingual baccalaureate and a master's degree in law but the drawing virus caught him. 

With friends, he created the fanzine Café Noir which was soon rewarded in 1989 at the Angoulême International Comics Festival. His passion for history naturally led him to become a recognized specialist in historical reenactment and ancient navy. 

He drew the stories of the cities of Rouen, Évreux, Lorient, Vannes, Quimper and Brest. Then he drew Le Chevalier, la Mort et le Diable, one of the parallel series to the best-selling saga Les 7 vies de l'Épervier by Patrick Cothias and André Juillard. 

Back in the Brest region, he works on the maritime and espionage series Gabrielle B on a scenario by Dominique Robet. This work earned him the honor of presenting exhibitions of comic strips, drawings and paintings in places as prestigious as the National Museum of the Navy in Rochefort, the Bidouane Tower in Saint-Malo or during the launch of the series at the Maritime Book Festival in Concarneau. 

In parallel to comics, he also develops a passion for painting, which allows him to broaden his drawing skills and explore new graphic horizons. For more than ten years, he has been teaching painting, drawing and comics in Brest, for a time for the French Navy, as well as at the MJC of L'Harteloire and the Maison de Quartier de Lambézellec.

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When was Alain Robet born?

The year of birth of the artist is: 1963