Zeno le Gondolier (Les Belles Images, 8-10-1924)
Lucien Méry, who signed with Ymer, started out working as an illustrator for L'Illustré National in 1901. He was subsequently present in Le Petit Illustré Amusant, La Vie Amusante and Les images pour Rire.
As a comic artist, he was present in Fillette ('Un Compliment', 1909), La Jeunesse Illustrée ('L'Oncle d'Amérique', 1910, 'Les Trésors de Casalta', 1914) and Les Belles Images ('Sara, Reine des Gitanes', 1913). After World War I, he continued to draw for Les Belles Images, at least until the mid 1930s.
La Florietta (Les Belles Images, 14-8-1924)
La semaine de Suzette, 1907