Comic Creator

Manuel Mayol Rubio


(1865 - 1929, Spain/Argentina)  Argentina

Manuel  Mayol Rubio

cover by Manuel Mayol

Manuel Mayol Rubio was born in Jerez de la Frontera, Spain. He emigrated to Argentina, where he started out contributing to the magazine Don Quijote, edited by Eduardo Sojo. He later moved over to the satirical magazine Caras y Caretas, for which he created numerous drawings, cartoons and caricatures. He eventually returned to Cádiz in Spain, where he focused on landscape painting.

Last updated: 2012-04-14

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