La Petite Elisa, by Juan B. Miguel

Spanish artist Juan B. Miguel was animator for the final Balet y Blay film, 'Sueños de Tay-Pi', in 1952. He worked as an agency artist and lived in France for a while. He drew for the girls' comic book Florita by Editorial Cliper in the 1950s. His work was also published in the French girls' magazine Lisette ('La Petite Elisa').

comic art by Juan B. Miguel

Miguel worked under a variety of pseudonyms, such as Jo Bapp, Jeu de Brie, J. Bata Miguel and Juan El Miguel. He returned to Spain to devote himself to painting and teaching - he was head of the Escuela de Artes y Oficios in Barcelona. For the Bruguera collection Joyas Literarias Juveniles, he has illustrated 'Trampa de Cactus' in 1975. He additionally drew 'Nico Falk, detective' in Chico (1975) and 'Banner y Flapi' for the publisher Fher (1979).

La Petite Elisa, by Juan B. Miguel

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