Florencia Jové Clavé started his career in comics in 1953 at the Selecciones Ilustradas agency in Barcelona. In the mid-1960s he moved to France, where he joined Dargaud publishers. There, he drew 'Rémy Herphelin' in Pilote, as well as 'Les Dossiers du Fantastique'. With Guy Vidal as his scenarist, he produced such comics as 'Ned Kelly', 'Les Innocents d'El Oro', 'L'Île aux Chiens' and 'Charlie and Boys'. In the 1970s he worked for several magazines, for instance Charlie Mensuel ('L'Île des Pins'), TV Gadget ('Méhée de la Touche') and Circus. In Circus, he teamed up with Christian Godard and created 'La Bande à Bonnot' in 1978, followed by 'Les Dossiers de l'Archange' from 1987.
Clavé moved back to his native Spain in the early 1980s and started drawing for De La Torre publishers. However, he continued his activities for the French market with succeeding Julio Ribera on 'Les Chroniques du Temps de la Vallée des Ghlomes'. In the 1990s he released 'Voyages en Amertume' with scenarist Dieter, 'Crimes d'Art - Opéra' and 'Le Bras du Démon'. He also cooperated on several collective albums and Fluide Glacial magazine.