La Guerre Anecdotique (Le Pelerin, 1915)
La Guerre Anecdotique (Le Pèlerin, 1915)

Brousset was one of the main illustrators for the magazine Le Pèlerin of Editions de la Bonne Presse in the early 20th century. During World War I, he drew a colorful and comical series of drawings under the caption 'La Guerre Anecdotique'. He stood out for his pictures of everyday life in France during the Great War.

La Guerre Anecdotique (Le Pelerin, 1915)
A Quoi Bon Ça? (Almanach du Pèlerin, 1922)

Brousset, drawn by Gignoux in 1932
Brousset, drawn by Gignoux in 1932

Last updated: 2008-08-29

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