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Dino Attanasio (born 8 May 1925, Italy/Belgium) was born in Milan, and he also attended the Academy of Fine Arts in this city. He began his career in the early 1940s, illustrating a series of children’s booklets, written by Roberto Renzi and Invernizzi. He also participated in the first Italian animated feature film, ‘La Rosa di Bagdad’, and in the creation of several advertising films. He settled in Belgium in 1948, together with his brother Gianni.
While contributing to the Italian magazine Il Giornalino (‘Criche e Croc’) he began a long collaboration with La Libre Belgique, where he illustrated ‘Fanfan et Polo’ from scripts by Jean-Michel Charlier and later René Goscinny. He was also present in Tintin with illustrations, and in Spirou, with some ‘Belles Histoires de l’Oncle Paul’.
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