Georges David Wolinski was born on 28 June 1934 in Tunis
, French Tunisia
to Jewish parents, Lola Bembaron and Siegfried Wolinski.
His father, who was from Poland, was murdered in 1936
when Wolinski was two years old.
His mother was a Tunisian of Italian Jewish descent.
He moved to metropolitan France in 1945 shortly after World War II
He started studying architecture
and following his graduation he began cartooning.
Wolinski began cartooning for Rustica
and started drawing political cartoons in 1960.
Three years later, in 1961, he started contributing political and erotic cartoons and comic strips
to the satirical monthly Hara-Kiri
After the loss of his first wife, Jacqueline Saba, in 1966, in a car accident, he married, in 1972, Maryse Wolinski
Along with seven of his colleagues, two police officers, and two other people, Wolinski was killed on January 7, 2015 in the Charlie Hebdo shooting
when armed terrorists stormed the Charlie Hebdo
newspaper offices in Paris.
Paulette, art by Georges Pichard
- Paulette Tome 1, 1971
- Paulette Tome 2, 1972
- Le mariage de Paulette, Le Square, 1974
- Paulette en Amazonie, Le Square, 1975
- Ras-le-bol-ville, Le Square, 1975
- Le cirque des femmes, Le Square, 1977
- Les Pensées, Le Square, 1981
- Paulette, Dargaud, 1984
- ^ Pichard, Georges; Wolinski, Georges David (1975). "Paulette".
- ^ Andrew Marszal; Barney Henderson; David Millward (8 January 2015). "Paris Charlie Hebdo attack: live". The Telegraph. Retrieved 8 January 2015. Famous French cartoonists Cabu, Charb, Tignous and Wolinski all reported killed in the attack.
- ^ a b "LIVE. Massacre in "Charlie Hebdo": 12 dead, including Charb and Cabu". Le Point. 7 January 2015. Retrieved 8 January 2015.
- ^ a b "Les dessinateurs Charb et Cabu seraient morts". L'Essentiel (in French). France: L'Essentiel. 7 January 2015. Retrieved 7 January 2015. Le directeur de la publication et dessinateur satirique Charb (Stéphane Charbonnier) et Cabu seraient morts selon les informations du Point (via un tweet). Charb avait été annoncé gravement blessé selon plusieurs sources, que relayaient Le Monde et Le Figaro.
- ^ a b c Attentat à Charlie Hebdo : Cabu, Charb, Tignous et Wolinski parmi les victimes Charlie Hebdo : Cabu, Charb, Wolinski, Maris et les autres, tués dans l'attaque, Le Parisien, 7 January 2015
- ^ a b c d e Georges Wolinski: Illustrateur de BD français, Le Figaro
- ^ a b c d e f Jewish cartoonist among victims of Paris terror attack, Ynetnews, 8 January 2015, AFP. Retrieved 8 January 2015
- ^ a b "Charlie Hebdo attack: Victim obituaries". BBC. 8 January 2015. Retrieved 8 January 2015.
- ^ "Getting to Know Cartoonist Georges Wolinski". The Jewish Daily Forward. 4 January 2012.
- ^ (in Italian) Moked – il portale dell´ebraismo italiano – Georges Wolinski
- ^ Lucy Cormack (8 January 2015). "Charlie Hebdo: Daughter's Instagram post a reminder of the people behind the pencil". The Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 8 January 2015.
- ^ Ray Sanchez; Ed Payne; Ashley Fantz (8 January 2015). "French cartoonists killed in Paris took a profane aim at the world". CNN. Retrieved 8 January 2015.
- ^ a b Lambiek Comiclopedia. "Georges Wolinski".
- ^ Georges Wolinski parrain d'honneur du Salon d'Automne 2014, on www.salon-automne.com
- ^ MPC 98715, 22 February 2016
- ^ Christophe Neff (2 November 2015). "Blognotice 02.11.2015: L'académie Goncourt à Tunis/le dévoilement des quatre finalistes du Goncourt 2015 au Musée du Bardot à Tunis" (in French). Blogs le Monde on LeMonde.fr. Retrieved 15 November 2015.
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