comic by Llorenc Brunet
Dominguin (1916)

Llorenç Brunet was a Catalan comic artist, caricaturist and watercolor painter. He attended the Llotja School of Fine Arts in Barcelona, where he learned from profession from the masters Antoni Caba, Claudi Lorenzale and Eusebi Planas. He worked as an illustrator for magazines like ¡Cu-Cut!, Dominguin, El Diluvio, El Tiberio, ¡Ja, Ja!, La Campana de Gràcia, La Esfera, Lecturas, L'Esquella de la Torratxa and Palla Nova. As a painter, he participated in the Barcelona expositions of 1911, 1918, 1919 and 1921.

comic from Dominguin by Llorenc Brunet
Dominguin (1916)


Last updated: 2012-04-09

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