(1885 – 1964)

French illustrator, painter, and engraver.

Brissaud received his formation at the Beaux-Arts de Paris. In 1912, he began his career at the Gazette du Bon Ton, a famous fashion magazine, where he created stencils for Jeanne Lanvin and Jacques Doucet. He was a member of the Mortigny circle which includes many artists such as Paul Poiret, Georges Vila, Guy Arnoux, Pierre Troisgros. His artistic success was so successful that he created covers for the greatest fashion magazines, Vogue 1925, House and garden, Fortune, Vanity Fair, Monsieur.