01/07/2015 05:43 EST | Updated 01/07/2015 05:59 EST

Elsa Wolinski, Daughter Of Murdered Charlie Hebdo Cartoonist, Shares Heartfelt Tribute

There's an empty desk where Georges Wolinski once drew cartoons.

His daughter Elsa shared a picture of it on Instagram Wednesday, the same day that the cartoonist was killed in the Paris offices of Charlie Hebdo, a satirical publication.

The photo was posted with the message, "Papa est parti pas Wolinski," which translates as, "Dad is gone, not Wolinski."

Papa est parti pas Wolinski

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Wolinski, 80, was one of 12 people killed in the shootings. Also among the dead were Wolinski's cartoonist colleagues Cabu and Tignous, and editorial director Stéphane Charbonnier.

Wolinski appears in numerous photos on Elsa's Instagram account, such as this one with her daughter.

Bianca coquine Wolinski heureux

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There was also this picture, with other members of his family:

Wolinski family

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And this one, where he's inscribing a book.

Quand Wolinski dédicace à la Fête de L'Huma....

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Georges Wolinski was born in Tunisia and moved to France while he was in school, CBS News reported.

His work had also appeared in publications such as Hara-Kiri and Paris Match.

He received France's Legion of Honour, its biggest decoration, in 2005.

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