Rahul Sharma

Henri de Montaut

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Died  1900
Henri de Montaut
Books  From the Earth to the Moon

Henri de Montaut (1825 or 1830 – 1890 or 1900 ) was a French draftsman, engraver, and illustrator of the XIXth century. He sometimes signed Henri de Hem, Monta or Hy.

Career

Henri de Montaut, with other artists such as Édouard Riou or George Roux, is remembered for the illustrations they made for the novels of the series Voyages extraordinaires by Jules Verne.

He collaborated with Le Journal illustré for which he was chief editor for a time as well as with La Vie Parisienne.

In 1883, he became chief editor of L'Art et la mode, journal de la vie mondaine.

References

Henri de Montaut Wikipedia


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