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Tigre entrant sur scene le poigard a la main. Vignettes illustrees par JJ Granville. Gravure signee Godard dans la partie intitulee 'Le premier feuilleton de Pistolet' ecrit par Jules Janin in " Featured Grandville (1803-47) Image

Tigre entrant sur scene le poigard a la main. Vignettes illustrees par JJ Granville. Gravure signee Godard dans la partie intitulee "Le premier feuilleton de Pistolet" ecrit par Jules Janin in "

DUV4212462 Tigre entrant sur scene le poigard a la main. Vignettes illustrees par JJ Granville. Gravure signee Godard dans la partie intitulee "Le premier feuilleton de Pistolet" ecrit par Jules Janin in "Scenes de la vie privee et publique des animaux". Paris, J. Hetzel et Paulin, 1842. Etudes de moeurs contemporaines publiees sous la direction de P.-J. Stahl by Grandville (Jean Ignace Isidore Gerard) (1803-47); Private Collection; (add.info.: Tigre entrant sur scene le poigard a la main. Vignettes illustrees par JJ Granville (ou J.J. Grandville, pseudonyme de Jean Ignace Isidore Gerard, 1803-1847). Gravure signee Godard dans la partie intitulee "Le premier feuilleton de Pistolet" ecrit par Jules Janin (1804-1874) in "Scenes de la vie privee et publique des animaux". Paris, J. Hetzel et Paulin, 1842. Etudes de moeurs contemporaines publiees sous la direction de P.-J. Stahl (pseudo de Pierre-Jules ou Pierre Jules Hetzel, 1814-1886)); Photo © Duvallon

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The Dog and the Wolf, illustration for Fables of La Fontaine, published by H. Fournier Aine, 1838 (engraving) Featured Grandville (1803-47) Image

The Dog and the Wolf, illustration for Fables of La Fontaine, published by H. Fournier Aine, 1838 (engraving)

498846 The Dog and the Wolf, illustration for Fables of La Fontaine, published by H. Fournier Aine, 1838 (engraving) by Grandville (Jean Ignace Isidore Gerard) (1803-47); Private Collection; (add.info.: Fable from Aesop and recounted in La Fontaine's Fables, first published in 1668; Jean de la Fontaine (1621-95) French author, poet and moralist; le Chien et le Loup; a hungry wolf meets a well fed dog and compliments him on his sleek appearance but is put off joining the prosperous dog when he becomes aware of the collar around the dog's neck which has caused his fur to be worn away; the moral of this fable is that freedom is too important to be exchanged for comfort or prosperity;)

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Cartoons illustrating the different forms of face, expressions Featured Grandville (1803-47) Image

Cartoons illustrating the different forms of face, expressions

XEE4182694 Cartoons illustrating the different forms of face, expressions, associating them with distinct moral characteristics by Jean Ignace Isidore Gerard Grandville (1803 -1847). In " The picturesque store" 1835 by Grandville (Jean Ignace Isidore Gerard) (1803-47); Private Collection; (add.info.: Cartoons illustrating the different forms of face, expressions, associating them with distinct moral characteristics by Jean Ignace Isidore Gerard Grandville (1803 -1847), In " Le magasin picturesque" 1835); Stefano Bianchetti; French, out of copyright

© Stefano Bianchetti / Bridgeman Images


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