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Louis Morin

French, (1855–1938)
Author, illustrator, and painter Louis Morin was born and pursued his career in Paris. Remembered in large part for his views of Montmartre, he also created silhouette figures for the "theatre d'ombres" (shadow plays) staged at the famous Chat Noir nightclub in that district. He edited and illustrated the short-lived journal "La Revue des Quat'Saisons" (1900-01) and contributed to other humor magazines, including "La Caricature" and "L'Assiete au Beurre." He founded the Salon des Humoristes, where he also exhibited his work.


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