Full speed ahead with Tintin!
Yeah, feasting. Early Hergé cover drawings for Le Petit Vingtieme
Jules Pascin could be best described as a combination of an illustrator, a cartoonist and at least three different painters unified in one person.
In spite of his commercial success Jules Pascin sought recognition as a serious painter. The panting (1911) and the drawing (1912) show a striking similarity with Picasso’s sketches for Les Demoiselles d’Avignon (1906-1907), both subject and approach.
The wanton women of Jules Pascin.
Drawings by Jules Pascin - The prince of Montparnasse. He sold ‘m like hot cakes, feasted away the money and at he age of 45 he slit his wrists AND hanged himself, in his studio in Montmartre. Even the brief biography on Wikipedia reads like a romantic novel.
Portraits of Indian men by Vasily Prokofievich Efanov.