Et. Cario. 1875-; Paris; E-O; H Charles Huard was born in Paris, and studied etching under Eugène Bejot. He first came to prominence as a lithographer, contributing to satirical journals such as Le Rire as well as to L'Estampe Moderne. In WWI Charles Huard was an official war artist, and his depictions of the conflict brought him wider fame. As well as his individual prints (many depicting Granville in Normandy), Charles Huard illustrated works by Clemenceau, Flaubert, Balzac and Maupassant with original etchings.