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JEAN DROIT (French / 1884-1961)

Jean Droit was born in Lunéville, Meurthe-et-Moselle. After art studies in Belgium, Jean Droit settled in Vincennes. He exhibited at the Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts and at the Salon des Humoristes. Jean Droit is particularly remembered for his Art Deco posters, notably those he created for the 1924 Olympic Games. Jean Droit was also one of the pioneers of the Scout movement in Europe, under the pseudonym Loup-Bavard, which means something like Chatterbox-Wolf.

See also:

PIERRE BRISSAUD
JEAN DULAC
CHARLES MARTIN

Selected prints by JEAN DROIT

Les trois messes
basses, 1927
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Les lettres de mon
moulin, 1927
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L'agonie de la
Sémillante, 1927
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