Antonio Lupatelli

Antonio Lupatelli (1930 – 18 May 2018) was an Italian illustrator, comics artist and writer who worked under the pseudonym of Tony Wolf. Lupatelli is best known for his illustrations of children's books, including his work in: * ''Pinocchio'', Dami Editore Firenze, 2002 * ''Le Storie del Bosco'', (''The Woodland Folk'' series, which he also wrote) * ''On the Farm'', Running Press Kids, 2005 * ''In the City'', Running Press Kids, Brdbk edition, 2005 * ''Jack and Jill'' He also made graphic contributions to the book adaptations of the Swiss claymation TV series ''Pingu''.

Lupatelli worked with Fratelli Fabbri Editori, Payot Film, Fleetway Publications, and Dami Editore. As a comics artist he was one of several artist to draw for Fleetway's children's magazines ''Playhour'' and ''Jack and Jill''. Among the series he worked on were ''Freddie Frog'', ''Fun in Toyland'', ''Little Sooty'' and ''Moony of the Moon''. In the Italian magazine ''Il Corriere dei Piccoli'' he created ''Ciccio Sprai'' and ''Robi e Robo''.

He died in Italy on 18 May 2018. His son is the illustator Matteo Lupatelli also known as Matt Wolf. Provided by Wikipedia
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