Economie Mal Comprise, by Gignoux (Le Pelerin, 1932)

Gignoux was a French cartoonist and artist who drew for Le Pèlerin of the publishing house Bonne Presse in the 1920s and 1930s. He illustrated stories, splash center pages and covers.

portraits of the colleagues of Gignoux
portraits of Brousset, Lemot, Damblans, LeCoultre, Grand'Aigle, Fournier,
Cip, Gignoux and Moritz drawn by Gignoux for a 1932 issue of Le Pèlerin

("the successors of Lemot")

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