Illustration in the article "Aro Arii Te Tara" in the "L'Illustration", December 1927
author: Léon Carré - French artist of Algeria
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- Léon Carré (1878-1942) arrives to Alger in 1909 with a grant to study in the Villa Abdelatif. He spends his whole career in Algeria as an advertiser. There, he accomplishes, among others the illustration of ‘Thousand and One nights’ in 1926
|Léon Carré (1878–1942)|
|Alternative names||Léon Georges Jean-Baptiste Carré|
|Description||French painter and illustrator|
|Date of birth/death||23 June 1878||2 December 1942|
|Location of birth/death||Granville||Algiers|
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