Results 1 – 16 of L’uniforme et Les Armes Des Soldats Du Premier Empire, Volume 1 Only. by Liliane et Fred Funcken. Arms and Uniforms: The Age of Chivalry, Part 2. Fred Funcken, Liliane Funcken. Arms and Uniforms: The Age of Chivalry, Part 3. Liliane Funcken, Fred Funcken. Alibris has new & used books by Liliane And Fred Funcken, including hardcovers , softcovers, rare, out-of-print first editions, signed copies, and more.
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Then I double check other sources just to be sure. Final years and death The Funckens continued to work with Duval in the s and s.
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They also made new stories with book Chevalier Blanc’ fromthis time in cooperation with Didier Convard. Over here in Belgium, their country of origin Casterman is a Belgian publisherthe Funcken books are known to be unreliable.
Harald le Viking – L’Escale de la peur I will often take a quick look at the Funcken books to give me a general idea of what the uniform should look like. He was sent to Germany to do forced labour in This said, I do agree with Roly that they can’t be beat for nostalgia value. While most were one-shot stories, they’ve also created actual series like ‘Le Chevalier Blanc”Harald le Viking”Jack Diamond”Lieutenant Burton”Capitan’ and ‘Doc Silver’ Thus the first two volumes of the series “Le costume et les armes des soldats de tous les temps”, vol.
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In she and Fred first met while she was designing displays for Innovation. The stories followed a heroic knight who always dressed in white. It was very interesting when I was a kid, but I’ve kept it mainly out of sentiment or I’ll let bools kids have it. Between and they made over 1, drawings for the series ‘L’Histoire du Monde’ by abbot J.
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Fred already published his first commercial drawings for a local paper. I have both the LAce Wars set, and the American armies set. Boooks to the authors, this comic was the first continental series to be published in English. Please click the link in that email to activate your subscription. If I remember right from some conversations with alot of people, the Lace Wars books are real close to being accurate. I use them as a resource of last resort, or to confirm what I already know.
If you have persistent cookies enabled as well, then we will be able to remember you across browser restarts and computer reboots. I guess that the other Funken books take a little artistic license with the plates.
Funcen have the very battered two Funcken books on the Napoleonic Wars, they were my very first uniform reference books and the pages are covered in spots of paint from my beginning days as a figure painter to prove it. For example, at loot. But for all their shortcomings the Funcken books provided a wealth of then hard to come by information in an attractive, accessible and most funckken all affordable format.
I have some old battered copies of the Lace Wars books, which I treasure. The neat thing was it had very easy to read for a kid historical backgrounds of each section. Accurate or not, they are still beautiful books, and collectors’ items in their own right. Fred Funcken passed away in Brussels on 16 May at age 91, Liliane on 26 Septembergooks age As far as accuracy, the illustrations, though colorful, are very “broadbrushed.
But they were a pain to use for reference, as the picture keys did not match the pictures in some case French army particularly.
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I’d also cross-reference the flags on the same plate before using them as a painting guide. I do remember my father saying that all the figures have the same nose. About the Hessian plates in the Soldiers of America volume: Le Chevallier Blanc – Sans peur et funcekn reproche Tintin,