Little Black Book by Arnaud Baumann
Luis Rego, born in Lisbon on May 30, 1943, is a versatile Franco-Portuguese artist. Actor, director, musician and humorist, he has established himself as a leading figure in French entertainment. After making his debut with the group Les Charlots in the 1960s, he enjoyed popular success with comic films, contributing to the rise of French comedy cinema.
Rego also distinguished himself on stage as a musician, playing guitar, banjo and piano. His film career was marked by collaborations with renowned directors such as Claude Zidi and Claude Lelouch.
At the same time, he made a name for himself as a director with films such as “On n’est pas sorti de l’auberge”. His commitment to the arts extends to television, where he takes part in cult shows such as “Les Grosses Têtes”.
Luis Rego embodies creative diversity, successfully juggling different forms of artistic expression. His legacy in the French entertainment world lives on, testifying to a career rich in success and varied contributions.
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ORIGINAL SIGNED AND NUMBERED PRINT
250 € – 9000 €
|Edition of 18
7 copies XS – 20 x 30 cm | 7 copies S – 24 x 36 cm | 3 copies M – 40 x 60 cm | Single Copy L 100 x 150 cm
|Type of print
|Silver Base Print
|Signed and numbered on the back
|Certificate of Authenticity
|Year of Creation
|Fine Art Artist
|Little Black Book