Firmin Bouisset was a French painter, poster artist, and printmaker. At a time when posters were a popular form of advertising, Bouisset created posters with enduring images for a number of different French food companies. In 1892, Bouisset was contracted by French chocolate manufacturer Menier for an advertising poster. He used his daughter Yvonne as a model to create what became an iconic image of a little girl using a piece of chocolate to write the company's name.
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