About: Marcel Marlier   Goto Sponge  NotDistinct  Permalink

An Entity of Type : yago:WikicatPeopleFromMouscron, within Data Space : dbpedia.org associated with source document(s)

Marcel Marlier (18 November 1930 – 18 January 2011) was a Belgian artist and illustrator. He was born in Herseaux, Belgium. When he was 16, he enrolled in decorative art at Saint-Luc de Tournai. He finished his studies in 1951 with the greatest distinction. He returned as a teacher two years later. From 1954, Marlier illustrated the children's series Martine, with the stories written by Gilbert Delahaye. This series spans over 50 issues and has been translated in numerous languages.In 1969 Marlier also created his own series of children's books, Jean-Lou and Sophie.

AttributesValues
rdf:type
rdfs:label
  • Marcel Marlier
  • Marcel Marlier
  • Marcel Marlier
rdfs:comment
  • Marcel Marlier, né à Herseaux (Mouscron) le 18 novembre 1930 et mort à Tournai le 18 janvier 2011, est un illustrateur belge, surtout connu pour avoir créé, avec Gilbert Delahaye, auteur des textes, et illustré, la série de livres pour enfants mettant en scène le personnage de Martine.
  • Marcel Marlier (18 November 1930 – 18 January 2011) was a Belgian artist and illustrator. He was born in Herseaux, Belgium. When he was 16, he enrolled in decorative art at Saint-Luc de Tournai. He finished his studies in 1951 with the greatest distinction. He returned as a teacher two years later. From 1954, Marlier illustrated the children's series Martine, with the stories written by Gilbert Delahaye. This series spans over 50 issues and has been translated in numerous languages.In 1969 Marlier also created his own series of children's books, Jean-Lou and Sophie.
  • Marcel Marlier (Herzeeuw, 18 november 1930 - Doornik, 18 januari 2011) was een Belgische illustrator. Marlier werd geboren in Herzeeuw, een deelgemeente van Moeskroen. Hij studeerde aan de l'école Saint-Luc in Doornik, waar hij later onderwijzer werd. Na het winnen van een illustratie-wedstrijd begon hij zijn carrière als illustrator van kinderboeken. In 1954 startte hij met Gilbert Delahaye de kinderboekenreeks Tiny die uitgegeven werden door uitgever Casterman. Het eerste boek was getiteld Tiny op de boerderij en meer dan vijftig jaar later werd het zestigste boek uitgebracht.
sameAs
death place
death date
  • 2011-1-18
birth place
birth date
dct:subject
Wikipage page ID
Wikipage revision ID
Link from a Wikipage to another Wikipage
foaf:name
  • Marcel Marlier
foaf:depiction
  • External Image
dct:description
  • Belgian Artist and Illustrator
foaf:givenName
  • Marcel
foaf:gender
  • male
foaf:isPrimaryTopicOf
foaf:surname
  • Marlier
thumbnail
prov:wasDerivedFrom
has abstract
  • Marcel Marlier (18 November 1930 – 18 January 2011) was a Belgian artist and illustrator. He was born in Herseaux, Belgium. When he was 16, he enrolled in decorative art at Saint-Luc de Tournai. He finished his studies in 1951 with the greatest distinction. He returned as a teacher two years later. The Belgian publisher La Procure à Namur organized a drawing contest. They were interested in finding talented artists to illustrate works for school children. Marlier won the competition. Two books resulted from this and these books guided a whole generation of Belgian children through the first few years of school, I Read with Michel and Nicole and I Calculate with Michel and Nicole. Marlier's collaboration with La Procure à Namur lasted more than 25 years. Pierre Servais at Casterman, a Belgian publishing company, began to notice Marlier's drawings in 1951. He suggested that Marlier should illustrate a series of books for children. The result was editions of Alexandre Dumas' adventure books. This was followed in 1953 by illustrations for a book by Jeanne Cappe about two very similar rabbits. Marlier also took part in the Farandole series, intended for children. From 1954, Marlier illustrated the children's series Martine, with the stories written by Gilbert Delahaye. This series spans over 50 issues and has been translated in numerous languages.In 1969 Marlier also created his own series of children's books, Jean-Lou and Sophie. He died in Tournai, 18 January 2011 at 80 years old.
  • Marcel Marlier, né à Herseaux (Mouscron) le 18 novembre 1930 et mort à Tournai le 18 janvier 2011, est un illustrateur belge, surtout connu pour avoir créé, avec Gilbert Delahaye, auteur des textes, et illustré, la série de livres pour enfants mettant en scène le personnage de Martine.
  • Marcel Marlier (Herzeeuw, 18 november 1930 - Doornik, 18 januari 2011) was een Belgische illustrator. Marlier werd geboren in Herzeeuw, een deelgemeente van Moeskroen. Hij studeerde aan de l'école Saint-Luc in Doornik, waar hij later onderwijzer werd. Na het winnen van een illustratie-wedstrijd begon hij zijn carrière als illustrator van kinderboeken. In 1954 startte hij met Gilbert Delahaye de kinderboekenreeks Tiny die uitgegeven werden door uitgever Casterman. Het eerste boek was getiteld Tiny op de boerderij en meer dan vijftig jaar later werd het zestigste boek uitgebracht. Marlier stierf in 2011 op 80-jarige leeftijd aan de gevolgen van kanker. Op 29 september 2015 werd er in het Château des Comtes (Nederlands: Gravensteen) in de Belgische stad Moeskroen het museum Centre Marcel-Marlier, dessine-moi Martine geopend gewijd aan het werk van deze illustrator.
birth year
death year
occupation
Alt
  • Marcel Marlier
Caption
  • Marcel Marlier
http://purl.org/voc/vrank#hasRank
http://purl.org/li...ics/gold/hypernym
is Link from a Wikipage to another Wikipage of
Faceted Search & Find service v1.17_git7 as of May 29 2018


Alternative Linked Data Documents: PivotViewer | iSPARQL | ODE     Content Formats:       RDF       ODATA       Microdata      About   
This material is Open Knowledge   W3C Semantic Web Technology [RDF Data] Valid XHTML + RDFa
OpenLink Virtuoso version 07.20.3229 as of Jul 9 2018, on Linux (i686-generic-linux-glibc25-64), Single-Server Edition (61 GB total memory)
Data on this page belongs to its respective rights holders.
Virtuoso Faceted Browser Copyright © 2009-2018 OpenLink Software