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Marcel Marlier (1930 – 2011, Belgian)


The following pictures are taken from “Martine la surprise”:

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Martina la surprise
The following pictures are taken from “Martine, il court, il court le furet”:

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The following pictures are taken from “Martine se déguise”:

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se deguise
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The following pictures are taken from “Martine, un mercredi pas comme les autres”:

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The following picture is taken from “Martine et le prince mysterieux”:

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The following picture is taken from “Martine l’accident”:

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The following pictures are taken from “Martine fait ses courses”:

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(more paintings)

Marcel Marlier (1930 – 2011, Belgian)


(Part X – See also previous posts)

(The following pictures are taken from “Martine dans la forêt”):

 

(the following pictures are taken from “Martine et le chaton vagabond”):

 

(the following pictures are taken from “Martine chez tante Lucie”):

 

 

(the following pictures are taken from “Martine et l’âne Cadichon”):

 

 

(the following pictures are taken from “Martine au parc”):

 

 

Marcel Marlier (1930 – 2011, Belgian)


(Part IX)

Martine

 

C’est tres beau, ce sont des chansons

 

 

 

Martine protège la nature

 

 

 

Merci, merci, fait la rose tremiere

 

Coucou…coucou…coucou

 

 

Le poussin inattendu

 

Blowing Bubbles At Sunset

Un cadeau

Catching Butterflies

(See also previous parts)

Marcel Marlier (1930 – 2011, Belgian)


(Part VIII)

(the following pictures are taken from “Martine embellit son jardin”):

 

 

 

 (the following pictures are taken from “Martine petit rat de l’Opéra”):

 

 

 

 

 

 

 (the following picture is taken from “Martine à l’cinse”):

 

 (the following pictures are taken from “Martine fait de la bicyclette”):

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 (the following pictures are taken from “Martine en classe de découverte”):

 

 

 

 (the following pictures are taken from “Martine fait de la voile”):

 

 

 (the following pictures are taken from “Martine en avion”):

 

 

 

(8 – to be continued)

(See also: Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV, Part V, Part VI and Part VII)

Marcel Marlier (1930 – 2011, Belgian)


(Part VII)

(the following pictures are taken from “Martine petite maman”):






(the following pictures are taken from “Martine, un amour de poney”):



(the following pictures are taken from “Martine fait du camping”):







(the following pictures are taken from “Martine, l’arche de Noé”):


(the following pictures are taken from “Martine en montgolfière”):



(the following pictures are taken from “Martine et les quatre saisons”):




(the following picture is taken from “Martine, j’adore mon frère”):


(7 – to be continued)

(See also: Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV, Part V and Part VI)

Marcel Marlier (1930 – 2011, Belgian)


(Part VI)

(the following pictures are taken from “Martine et les marmitons”):






(the following pictures are taken from “Martine va déménager”):






(the following pictures are taken from “Martine a perdu son chien”):



(the following pictures are taken from “Martine en bateau”):




(the following pictures are taken from “Martine, droles de fantomes”):


(6 – to be continued)

(See also: Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV and Part V)

Marcel Marlier (1930, Belgian)


(Part V)

(the following pictures are taken from “Martine la leçon de dessin):






(the following pictures are taken from “Martine baby-sitter”):


(the following pictures are taken from “Martine au pays des contes”):


(the following pictures are taken from “Martine apprend à nager”):




(the following pictures are taken from “Martine a une étrange voisine”):



(5 – to be continued)

(See also: Part I, Part II, Part III and Part IV)