Boucher

Lucien Boucher (1889-1971)

Lucien Boucher (1889-1971)
Lucien Boucher is a French designer, engraver, poster designer and illustrator born in Chartres on December 26, 1889 and died in Paris 19th on February 6, 1971. A graduate of the Sèvres Ceramic School, he began his career as a caricaturist for the humorous weekly Le Rire and also contributes to a few issues of Fantasio.

From the 1920s he devoted himself mainly to creating posters for cinema and advertising and produced numerous lithographs inspired by surrealism. He is known mainly for a series of advertising posters and planispheres created for Air France.

Reading next

Jean-Raoul Chaurand-Naurac (1878-1948)
Alphonse Mucha (1860-1939)

Leave a comment

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.