Comic art by Léger
Les Heureuses Distractions de Pablo (Les Belles Images, 10 November 1921)

Léger published his first illustrations in Rabelais and L'Amour in 1902. By 1915 he was also an illustrator for Le Pêle-Mêle. He made comic stories like 'Le Fils du Rajah' and 'Les Heureuses Distractions de Pablo' for Les Belles Images between 1916 and 1921. During the same period, he also made stories with outlaws and rebels for La Jeunesse Illustrée. No work by Léger is known from after 1935.

Last updated: 2014-04-19

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