Radiguet Maurice (1866-1941) was a French cartoonist. Married to Louise Marie Jeanne Tournier (1884-1958), the couple had seven children, the eldest, Raymond Radiguet (1903-1923), famous author.
He has worked with most satirical journals Paris: Le Rire, La Vie en rose, Fantasio, Punch, Pierrot Le bon vivant. Illustrated Youth, Beautiful images, The Almanac Vermot, and also to newspapers: The Morning Journal. He was in charge of the full artwork of thirty-nine issues of La Vie Parisienne. The newspaper published some Jugend Munich his cartoons, including the cover of his number 24 in 1897.
His drawings of a comprehensive range of gray to white to black a few powerful, in fact very "paint", are not unworthy of Bonnard, Vuillard and Vallotton at the time of the Revue Blanche, illustrate the legends a humor very pessimistic, very dark, the human species. His disappointment led him to become, The Butter Plate spokesman of a political right chauvinistic, anti-Semitic and violently hostile to workers, trade unionism, strikes.