Georges F. Bigot
- Жорж Фердинанд Биго (1860 - 1927), французский художник
- Georges Ferdinand Bigot
- By 1876 Bigot was working in Paris as a book and newspaper illustrator, a career choice that led to a move in 1882 to Japan.
- He worked as a journalist, a war correspondent during the Sino-Japanese War, and as a teacher of Art and the French Language. Taking full advantage of his new location, he travelled the country illustrating what he saw. While in love with the old feudal Japan, Bigot was in the country at the time of considerable change and he became critical of the Meiji period modernization, publishing increasingly satirical caricatures.
- In 1899 Bigot returned to France to continue work as as a satirical illustrator.
- Художник открыток.
- postal card
- A dream
- The Japanese military man stands over the conquered Asian continent.
He holds the blood stained knife of the victor, in the ocean around the globe are the skulls of the vanquished. Russia, India, Pakistan, and so on is labelled "Empire d'Asie", the Asian Empire (of Japan).
- Русско-японская война (1904 - 05)
- Russian-Japanese war
- Empire d'Asie
- It has an undivided back.
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