Born: 1919 November 3 in Barcelona, Catalunya, Spain

Died: 1995 October 21 in Barcelona, Catalunya, Spain

Notes: To be confirmed against the Who's Who entry.

JAD pen name might have been used by Jesús for the studio Selecciones Ilustradas.


Name:

    Jesús Blasco Type: Pen Name

Other Names:

  1. Jesús Blasco Monterde Type: Name at Birth
    Given name: Jesús Family name: Blasco Monterde
  2. JAD Type: Pen Name
  3. Montero Type: Pen Name
  4. Jesus Monteverde Type: Pen Name

Signatures:

  1. J. Blasco [generic]
  2. Jesús Blasco [generic]

Awards:

  1. 1982: Yellow Kid Award - Comic Illustrators and Authors

Art Influences:

Influences by Jesús Blasco (b. 1919) were stated by:
  1. Alan Davis (b. 1956)

Relations:

  1. Employee of - A.L.I. [Agency]
    Notes: Jesús Blasco did pencil and ink work for agency sometime during the 1950s. Through this work, Blasco became the first Spanish artist who worked for publishers in the United Kingdom.
  2. Employee of - Bardon Art (b. 1957)
    Notes: Jesús Blasco did occasional pencil and ink work for the studio sometime from the 1960s to the 1970s.
  3. Owner - Blasco Studio (b. 1950)
    Notes: Jesús Blasco was the owner and did pencil and ink work for the studio, from sometime in the 1950s through the 1990s.
  4. Sibling - Adriano Blasco (b. 1931)
  5. Sibling - Alejandro Blasco (b. 1928)
  6. Sibling - Pili Blasco (b. 1921)
  7. Employee of - Norma Editorial (b. 1977)
    Notes: Jesús Blasco did pencil and ink work for the studio during an unknown time period.
  8. Employee of - Selecciones Ilustradas (b. 1956)
    Notes: Jesús Blasco did pencil and ink work for the studio sometime during the late 1970s. May have signed his work for the studio as JAD.