Carlo Ambrosini entered comics in the late 1970s drawing war and historical stories. He joined Sergio Bonelli Editore, where he was involved in Ken Parker and Dylan Dog. For Bonelli he created his best-known character, Napoleone. He's also known for his erotic works like Juliette and The 120 Days of Sodom.
In this scarce monograph (in English Profiles: Carlo Ambrosini, Drawn Pathways) Michele Ginevra examines Ambrosini's career with the aid of numerous sample pages. A 46-page color section presents cover paintings, sketches, studies and personal work. Antonio Vianovi supplies checklists of Ambrosini's comics and illustration work.
Text in Italian.