Jean d'Ylen

Jean D'Ylen , alias Jean Paul Beguin (1886 - 1938 ), was a French illustrator.
After a career start as a designer of jewelery, he became an illustrator advertising for the publishing company Vercasson Paris, where, despite being considered a low level painter, took the place of Leonetto Cappiello , fired for political reasons in 1918, during the first World War.
In his career he established himself as an illustrator for many companies, including Fratelli Branca , whose company museum displayed some of his works including Shell, Cantine Florio and Chocolat Pupier.

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