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Éliane Bonabel

France Born in: 1920
Eliane Bonabel was a French illustrator born in 1920.

Eliane Bonabel's most famous drawings and illustrations are those that the artist did to illustrate the book "Journey to the end of the night" by Louis-Ferdinand Céline, published in 1959. In fact, young Eliane's adoptive family was close to the actor, it was Louis-Ferdinand personally that asked her to do the illustrations.

Eliane Bonabel started then a long collaboration with Louis-Ferdinand Céline with whom she will always remain in contact even after his imprisonment. Later on she started working in the theater as an stage decorator.
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Éliane Bonabel, Nu masculin / Male Nude - 1, Fine Art Drawings

Éliane Bonabel

Nu masculin / Male Nude - 1, 1938
29.5 x 21.7 inch
Fine Art Drawings


Éliane Bonabel, Nu Feminin 1 / Female Nude 1, Fine Art Drawings

Éliane Bonabel

Nu Feminin 1 / Female Nude 1, 1938
25.6 x 19.7 inch
Fine Art Drawings


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