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February 5, 2008


Robert "Tetsu" Testu, 1913-2008

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The artist Robert Testu who began his artistic career as a painter before becoming a cartoonist, passed away on Friday at the age of 94, according to a post at the French site Pure People. Among his clients were such major, mainstream publications as Paris Match, Le Figaro and Ici Paris. Two collections of his work were published through Glenat: La Vie est belle (Life is Beautiful), and La vie a deux (Life Together).
 
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