Orient Express by Constantin Kouznietzoff
Orient Express (Les Grandes Aventures #49, 1941)

Constantin Kouznietzoff was a Russian artist who worked in France in the 1940s. He drew the comic 'La Comtesse Margot' for Gavroche magazine, and 'Orient Express' in Les Grandes Aventures. He also contributed to the collection 'Les Grandes Odyssées', drawing stories like 'Sous le Signe de Gengis Khan', 'Le Jaguar de Shamatel' and 'Les Rescapés de l'Ile des Lépreux' in 1947.

Last updated: 2009-02-13

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