Paris Through The Eyes Of Mario Miranda

On December 8, world-renowned cartoonist Mario Miranda’s photobook on Paris will be released by Ambassador of France Jerome Bonnafont, in Delhi. It will have cafes, mosques, bookshops and other places and things of interest in Paris – but all this seen through Miranda’s eyes.

This Goa-based artist was awarded the Padma Shri in 1988 and the Padma Bhushan in 2002. He has travelled widely all over the world, and has worked for The Illustrated Weekly, The Times of India and Economic Times, and has published his works in many magazines.

Miranda has worked with big names such as Charles Schultz and R.K. Laxman. He has published several books and illustrations in books for others. He is best known for his keen portrayal of Goa and Goan village life.

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