|Caran d'Ache (1858–1909)|
|Alternative names||Birth name: Emmanuel Poiré|
|Description||French satirist and cartoonist|
|Date of birth/death||6 November 1858||26 February 1909|
|Location of birth/death||Moscow||Paris|
Caran d'Ache was the pseudonym of the 19th century French satirist and political cartoonist Emmanuel Poiré. "Caran d'Ache" comes from the Russian word karandash (карандаш), meaning pencil (of Turkic origin; "kara dash" meaning black stone). While his first work glorified the Napoleonic era, he went on to create "stories without words" and as a contributor to newspapers such as the Lundi du Figaro, he is sometimes hailed as one of the precursors of comic strips. The Swiss art products company en:Caran d'Ache (company) is named after him.
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- Caran d'Ache Le Rire 1902.jpg 4.01 MB
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- CARAN DACHE CONFETTI.jpg 425 KB
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- Carandache 1860.jpg 61 KB
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- Le Rire - Caran d'Ache.jpg 180 KB
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