Francisco López Rubio (1895 - 1965) was a Spanish cartoonist and humorist active in Madrid during the second half of the 19th century. López Rubio was born in Granada in 1895 and relocated to Madrid to pursue a career as a cartoonist in 1915. His work, which has an art deco aesthetic, is defined by simple lines and geometric color blocks. His more famous younger brother, Jose Lopez Rubio y Herreros, was songwriter for Paramount Pictures and was nominated for an Oscar for his work on the Bogart film, Treasure of the Sierra Madre.

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