Pouic et Ploc, by Henri Monier

Henri Monier began his career as an illustrator for magazines like Bon-soir, L'Ere Nouvelle and Le Peuple. He was mainly known for his work for Le Canard Enchaîné, for which he drew from 1923 to 1959. As a comic artist, he worked for the daily press with strips like 'Le Bossu', 'Candide', 'Sept Ans de Malheur', 'Le Roi des Montagnes' and 'La Compagnie Cornibus' in Franc Tireur, and 'Madame Thérèse' and 'La Tour de Nesle' in Libération, all in the late 1940s, early 1950s.

comic art by Henri Monier

He made humorous drawings for Marianne, Cadet Rousselle, Messidor, Paris-Soir, Le Parisien Libéré, France-Soir and Les Lettres Françaises and he illustrated the work of Franc-Nohain, Maurice Maindron and Alexandre Breffort. In the late 1950s, he was present in Francs-Jeux with cover illustrations and comic stories like 'Pouic et Ploc'.

comic art by Henri Moniercomic art by Henri Monier
comic art by Henri Monier

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