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Series 'Croquis Parisiens', palet 5, illustration from 'Le Charivari' Featured Honore Daumier Print

Series 'Croquis Parisiens', palet 5, illustration from 'Le Charivari'

XJF996545 Series 'Croquis Parisiens', palet 5, illustration from 'Le Charivari', 9th May, 1855 (litho) by Daumier, Honore (1808-79); Private Collection; (add.info.: A waiter offers some crepes to his customers who think he was an undertaker because of his black uniform;Monsieur veut-il des crA?pes? A?a doit A?tre un ancien croque-mort! Would the gentlemen like some crA?pes? He must have been a former undertaker! ); French, out of copyright

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'Ah! You want to meddle with the press', cartoon ridiculing King Louis-Philippe Featured Honore Daumier Print

'Ah! You want to meddle with the press', cartoon ridiculing King Louis-Philippe

XJF741265 'Ah! You want to meddle with the press', cartoon ridiculing King Louis-Philippe, from 'La Caricature', 3 October, 1833 (litho) (see also 162355) by Daumier, Honore (1808-79); Private Collection; (add.info.: Louis Philippe (1773-1850) King of the French (1830-48); portrayed with his trademark umbrella about to be crushed in a printing press; precursor of the caricature of the following year, 1834 (162355); although Louis-Phillippe had been called the 'Citizen King' at the start of his reign and the Charter of 1830 which he had sworn to uphold stated that censorship would never be reestablished, his rA©gime became increasingly hostile to criticism from the press, culminating in the reestablishment of censorship in 1835; two journals, 'La Caricature' (1830) and 'Le Charivari' (1832) were founded by the French journalist, Charles Philipon; these contained cartoons highly critical of politics and government in France. ); French, out of copyright

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'At last my little flower pot will have some sun Featured Honore Daumier Print

'At last my little flower pot will have some sun

XJF441077 'At last my little flower pot will have some sun...I will learn at last if it is a rose bush or a wallflower!... caricature on the Haussmanization of Paris from 'Le Charivari', 18 December, 1852 (litho) by Daumier, Honore (1808-79); Private Collection; (add.info.: 'Voila donc mon pot de fleurs qui va avoir du soleil...je saurai enfin si c'est un rosier ou une giroflee'; Paris in the 1850's and 1860's was modernised and redeveloped on a massive scale by Baron Haussmann (1809-70) Prefect of the Seine (1853-70); Haussmanization resulted in the demolition of many houses to create the new boulevards; this cartoon shows the destruction of a house but the joy of the neighbours at the release of sunlight for his plants will not last long as their home will be the next to be demolished;); French, out of copyright

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