(1863 - 1944)
Leon Lebegue was active/lived in France. Leon Lebegue is known for Painting and satirical illustrations.
Biography Leon Lebegue
Leon Lebègue began his career in Paris, circa 1885, with Paul Colin, then inspector of Fine Arts. He began in the 1890s to pursue career as an illustrator for satirical newspapers: Sun Sunday, Laughter, La Plume, Le Gaulois, La Vie en Rose, the Latin Quarter, The Patriot Illustrated, Cycle, Modern Review, Grimace, Our Caricatures, The Illustrated National, Gil Blas Illustrated, The French Mail, and The Taste Parisien.
He designed many menus, programs, illustrated cards, book covers, bookplates and many book illustrations: Boitelle, The Substitute, The 25 francs from the top, The Mistress and Other new de Maupassant; Regrets Belle Heaulmière of François Villon; and works of Anatole France, Balzac, Théodore
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