Livets Gang i Lidenlund (4/7/1970), by Henning Gantriis
Livets Gang i Lidenlund (4/7/1970)

Henning Gantriis was born in Lemvig. He began his career drawing for magazines like Mandens Blad and Højt Humør. Starting in 1942, he drew cartoons and comic strips for Hudibras, the magazine edited by Cosper. In 1953, he began his popular comic series 'Livets Gang i Lidenlund' in Politiken's Sunday supplement Magasinet. Lidenlund, the town portrayed in the satirical strips was in fact the town of Lemvig.

Livets Gang i Lidenlund (4/7/1970), by Henning Gantriis

Last updated: 2012-06-14

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