1853 . javerlhac . france

1914 . venice . italy

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A very popular draghtsman and engraver of his time, a friend of political and literary celebrities, Fernand Desmoulins was introduced to spiritualism at the dawn of his fiftieth year. Between 1900-1902 he produced mediumistic work that radically differed from his previous creations – free and inventive drawings obeying automatic creative process. After two years in the service of spirits, he took the path of reason and returned to his academic production.