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L’Empereur du Maroc consultant le celèbre sorcier Desbarolles, “Voici une petite ligne qui m’indique..., plate for Actualités

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Honoré Daumier, L’Empereur du Maroc consultant le celèbre sorcier Desbarolles, “Voici une petite ligne qui m’indique..., plate for Actualités, 1859, lithograph on wove paper, The Vivian and Gordon Gilkey Graphic Arts Collection, public domain, 81.81.359

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Title

L’Empereur du Maroc consultant le celèbre sorcier Desbarolles, “Voici une petite ligne qui m’indique..., plate for Actualités

Artist

Honoré Daumier (French, 1808-1879)

Related People

printer: Destouches (French, active 19th century)

Date

1859

Medium

lithograph on wove paper

State

3rd state

Catalogue Raisonné

Delteil 3225

Dimensions (H x W x D)

image: 9 1/4 in x 11 1/8 in; sheet: 10 1/8 in x 12 5/16 in

Inscriptions & Markings

signature/maker's mark: in image LL "h.D."

inscription: L'Empereur du Marco Consultant le Celèbre Sorcier Desbarolles.û- "Voici une petìte qui m'indique que vous êtes destiné à recevoir une grande raclée!"

Collection Area

Graphic Arts

Category

Prints

Object Type

planographic print

Culture

French

Credit Line

The Vivian and Gordon Gilkey Graphic Arts Collection

Accession Number

81.81.359

Copyright

public domain

Terms

lithography

planographic printing

planographic prints

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