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Salvador Bartolozzi

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Salvador Bartolozzi
Salvador Bartolozzi

Salvador Bartolozzi Rubio (Madrid, 6 April 1882 – Ciudad de México, 9 July 1950) was a Spanish writer, comic writer and illustrator.

Biography

At age fourteen Bartolozzi published his first drawings in the magazine Nuevo Mundo. At nineteen he moved to Paris to complete his training, where he stayed five years assimilating all the latest European aesthetics.

He returned to Madrid in 1906, where he soon stood out as a poster artist. During these years, he also began to illustrate for the Calleja editorial, and became its artistic director in 1915. He also illustrated for Blanco y Negro magazine and La Esfera. In those days, he was acquainted with Ramón Gómez de la Serna with whom he founded the gatherings at the Pombo Café, and became a regular collaborator and draftsman.

In 1925 he launched a new children's weekly edition, Pinocchio, that soon became the most popular children's character of Spain in the 20s. He also worked as a creative and set designer for adult theatre. In this way, he collaborated with Federico García Lorca in La Zapatera Prodigiosa and with Miguel de Unamuno in El Otro.

After the civil war he took refuge in France, where he remained until 1941, until the Nazi troops invaded Paris. Then he escaped to Mexico, where he continued his career as a writer and draftsman until his death in 1950.

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