Lucien Haye's illustrations appeared in several French magazines around 1900, such as L'Illustré National, Le Frou-Frou, L'Album Comique de la Famille, Le Bon Vivant, L'Assiette au Beurre, Polichinelle, Le Sans Souci and American Illustré. Later came collaborations with Mon Copain du Dimanche, Le Merle Blanc and L'Almanach Vermot. Between 1921 and 1937, he cooperated mainly with L'Épatant. For this magazine, he illustrated several covers, as well as comic stories like 'L'Homme aux Cent Visages' (1921) and 'Le Prince Kama' (1931).
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