[Satirical Political Illustrations For French Newspapers]
[Satirical Political Illustrations For French Newspapers]
[Satirical Political Illustrations For French Newspapers]
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[Satirical Political Illustrations For French Newspapers]

c1848. Four lithographs, all initialled in image lower left, title, printer’s line and captions above and below image, 35.9 x 23.7cm (paper; approx. each). Foxing and slight stains overall, minor tears to edges.

Images are from series Les Alarmistes et Les Alarmés; Physionomie de l’Assemblee; Tout ce Qu’on Voudra; and Actualités. Printed and published by Aubert et Compagnie, Paris. Ref: De Young Museum, San Francisco.

Satirical topics include mention of the “Muscadin” (dandyish young men who were street fighters in the French Revolution); and “Society of December 10”, a secret Bonapartist organisation, which helped progress Napoleon III’s election as president of the Republic of France on December 10, 1848. Ref: Wiki.

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Item #CL187-22

Price (AUD): $990.00  Other currencies

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