Comic Creator

Georges Léonnec

Georges Paul Gaston Léonnec

(1881 - 1940, France)  France

Georges  Léonnec

La Vie Parisienne by Georges Leonnec

Georges Leonnec was the son of French illustrator and navy officer Paul Léonnec, and the brother of writer Félix Léonnec. Léonnec was born in Brest, and worked as an artist/illustrator for such magazines as Le Rire, Le Sourire, La Vie Parissienne and L'Illustration, since 1899. He also illustrated advertisements for companies like Renault, Daimler and Byrrh, and designed the Casino de Paris and Folies-Bergère.

Last updated: 2008-09-19

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