Caran d'Ache

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Caran d'Ache
Home:
Russian Federation
Born:
November 6th, 1858, Russia
Died:
February 25th, 1909, France

Description

Caran d'Ache was the pseudonym of the 19th century French satirist and political cartoonist Emmanuel Poiré (6 November 1858 – 25 February 1909). "Caran d'Ache" comes from the Russian word karandash (карандаш), meaning pencil. While his first work glorified the Napoleonic era, he went on to create "stories without words" and as a contributor to newspapers such as the Le Figaro, he is sometimes hailed as one of the precursors of comic strips. The Swiss art products company Caran d'Ache is named after him.

Wikipedia contributors. (2018, January 8). Caran d'Ache. In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 07:50, January 12, 2019, from https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Caran_d%27Ache&oldid=819310612

Caran´s Popular Contributions

Contributions by Caran d'Ache

MAD Magazine • USA • New York
  • Rare Old Cartoons (Writer, Artist)
    Department: Collector's

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