Rebecca Dautremer -French illustrator

cyrano-Dautremer.jpgRébecca Dautremer was born in 1971 in Gap in the South of France
(Hautes Alpes). {interview}cyrano.jpg

She attended classes in the ENSAD of Paris and got a degree in graphic edition in 1995. She afterwards became a graphic editor and illustrator. A few years ago, she started to write books of her own. Now living in Paris with her husband Taï-Marc Lethanh and their three children, she also works for the press for children (Milan-Presse and Fleurus-Presse), school publishers, and in advertising.Rébecca’s recipe is : warm colours and precise drawings. Her books are a real success for children between 3 and 11 years old.

featuring Cyrano

37 thoughts on “Rebecca Dautremer -French illustrator

  1. got it – or to say it correctly my sweet nephew has it :) I might do some scans tonight, I´ll drop you a note, if I can pull myself up to some scanning ;)

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  3. today bought the PRINCESSES book.it is lovely!the style, the words,the pictures! I have seen something similar but in Ukraine.There is Ukrainian artist Eugenia Gapchinska.www.gapart.com

  4. I saw this book (princesses) whilst on holiday in Rome and have been trying to find it in english ever since. Only just got this new fangled internet thing which has opened up a whole new minefield.

  5. Wow! I was just looking into your archives and came across this post. This is beautiful illustration. It really makes me want to quit my job, move to France and live the life of a true artist – lol. I love it all! Thanks for the inspiration :)

  6. probably one of the most inventive and exuberant illustrators of our century,
    for those who would love to read or browse her books, order from amazon or fnac, well, you’ ll be surprised how easy it is to own a copy, or all for that matter…

  7. I own a small eclectic bookshop, while in Paris and Madrid I bought everything Rebecca has published in both languages. I just wish I could find them in english!!(I have been trying!!)

  8. I received a gift of a calendar in 2005 by Rebecca Dautremer and have been trying to replace it ever since, any ideas if she still makes them, or where I could get one. It’s still hanging up!! I love it.

  9. Is there any way to get a calendar for 2008 by Rebecca Dautremer or books illustrated by her? Am searching the usual places but having no luck. Thank you, Johanna

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