Annie Goetzinger (18 August 1951 – 20 December 2017) was a French comics artist and graphic novelist. She was born in Paris, France. From the mid-1970s until her death in 2017, she worked on award-winning graphic novels as well as press cartoons for newspapers such as La Croix and Le Monde.
Goetzinger was known for her research and attention to detail, carefully creating a style influenced by Art Nouveau. Goetzinger's background in fashion drawing and costume design shows through in her work as well. In 2016, she was hired to illustrate a recap of New York Fashion Week for New York Magazine.
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