Charles Yriarte

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Charles Yriarte, wood-engraving by Henri de Montaut (1864)

Charles Yriarte (Paris 5 December 1832 – 10 April 1898 Paris) was a French writer and draughtsman, although his family was originally from Spain. He studied architecture in the École des Beaux-Arts and in 1856 became inspector of government buildings. Later, he joined the Spanish army as reporter for Le Monde Illustré during the Spanish campaign in Morocco. He travelled in Spain and Italy and became the magazine's editor after his return in 1862. In 1871, he quit his post to devote time to traveling, and his impressions were later used in his works. Some of his writings were published under the pseudonyms "Junior" and "Le Marquis de Villemer".

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  1. ^ Les Borgia Vol. 1 (1889) J. Rothschild, Paris
  2. ^ Autour des Borgia (1891) J. Rothschild, Paris