comic art by Raquel Roque Gameiro

Raquel Roque Gameiro Ottolino was the daughter of famous Portuguese artist Alfredo Roque Gameiro, and she became one of the most important Portuguese female illustrators and water color artists. In the 1920s, her illustrations and comic works were published in magazine Ilustraçao. Like her father, she designed a number of stamps for the Portuguese Post Office, including the series on Portugese costumes. Her brothers and sisters also became well-known artists.

comic art by Raquel Roque Gameiro, 1926

The Roque Gameiro family

Last updated: 2012-04-09

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