Masereel, Frans (fräns mäsārālˈ) [key], 1889–1972, Belgian painter and illustrator. Essentially self-taught, Masereel is famous for his many series of satiric, expressionist woodcuts. He illustrated many books, including Rolland's Jean-Christophe.
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