“TinTin-Lutin” (TinTin the Imp) print (1898) Benjamin Rabier
The Belgian cartoonist Herge, who famously created his “TinTin” character in 1929, was a known admirer of Benjamin Rabier’s work. Could “TinTin the Imp” be his original inspiration?
Dimensions include border to allow for framing to taste. Packaged and delivered flat (Medium / Large), or rolled (XL).
What quality of paper is used?
All prints are professionally printed to order in the UK on sustainably sourced, premium art papers of at least 230gsm, which is the equivalent thickness of approx 4 sheets of a domestic printer paper.
When will I receive my order?
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What about framed prints?
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