comic art by Ricard Opisso
Dominguin, 5-3-1916

The Spanish comic artist, painter and illustrator Ricard Opisso Sala was one of the first artists that worked for Chicos magazine, that ran from 1938 to 1956. He was famous for his drawings containing multitudes of people. In the 1920s he drew for BB magazine. He has also drawn for such magazines as Xut!, Cu-Cut, L'Esquella de la Torratxa, TBO, Papitu, Virolet and Pocholo.

comic from TBO, by Ricard Opisso (1947)
Floreal, by Ricard Opisso

Laatste update: 2008-10-03

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