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Hugo Pratt

Hugo Pratt (1927-1995) is considered one of the great graphic novelists in the history of the medium. His strips, graphic works, and watercolors have been exhibited at the Grand Palais in Paris and the Vittoriano in Rome, and a landmark show in 2011 at the Pinacot�que in Paris drew 215,000 visitors, hailing Pratt as "the inventor of the literary comic strip."