Original Indian ink drawing (Les Pieds nickelés) (Tri ugursuza / Three rowdy) undated, from 1950s – 1960s or earlier.
Signed: M.Dobric (?) Size: 28,8 x 20,2 cm.
Artist: Milorad Dobric (?). Since it is founded as a part of his estate and considering that he was doing a series of comics titled “Tri ugursuza za vreme okupacije” (“Three rowdy during the occupation”), I guess that this work is drawn by Dobric, but can not be sure. That comics was banned in 1946. but he reused these three characters in some of later works. Milorad Dobric (1924-1991) Restorer of the comics in Serbia after the Second World War. He studied architecture but his beloved hobby was cartooning, which became his profession in 1945. In 1950 he got a job as political cartoonists on the humour weekly Jež in Belgrade. Very soon he became one of the top cartoonists in his field in Yugoslavia. Dobric wrote and illustrated his first published comic book ‘Veliki Turnir’ in 1951. In 1952 he created ‘Pera Pesak’, which became a very popular comic strip and in 1954 he created the pantomime gag strip ‘Ljuba Truba’. Later work by Dobric includes the daily comic strip ‘Kurir Fica’ and two very successful comic strips ‘Slavuj Gliša’ and ‘Inspektor Žuca’. Condition : see scans.
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