Drawing with pen and ink. Opens on rigid unframed paper. Artist's signature in the lower right corner. Old drawing with marks due to time but b on condition of preservation still. Drawing for the magazine pin up.
It's an original document, not a photocopy or the result of a printout. He studied at the school of fine arts in St.Etienne, his hometown and began his professional life by making billboards in Lyon. His first humorous drawing appeared in 1937; he drew in particular for.
Marianne, ric and rac, laughter, pan, oxygen. In 1939 he founded the magazine. And deported at the beginning of 1944 for a drawing published on. Weekly of which he is one of the.
This drawing represented a mustache character who declared: "I put my hand in the sugar maker, I can no longer take it out." He had published one in the same magazine. He was imprisoned at lyon and then detained at.
For 18 months, where he carried the number 53628; then in the side camp of gusen i for a shorter period, before being transferred to. Of which he is released on. He works for most of the weeklies, including magazines.Here bets, france-dimanche, france days. Point of view, and resumes his work as an affichist. Chemin de croix in 50 stations. From compiègne to gusen ii via buchenwald, mauthausen, gusen i, which is a book containing 50 drawings about his experience in the. He realized just after his release, as well as comments by the author, particularly on the living conditions and horror of the camps.
The book was published in 1946 by Fayard and republished in 1998 by the Austrian publisher libliothek der Provinz. It's one of the few iconographic testimonials on. I offer this book with the cover and an inside page in the attached photos. Send in a follow-up letter.
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