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Bayard Emile Antoine 1837 91 Collection

Bayard Emile Antoine (1837-1891) was a prolific artist and engraver who captured the essence of diverse cultures and human experiences through his detailed illustrations

Background imageBayard Emile Antoine 1837 91 Collection: The suicide. 1834 (engraving)

The suicide. 1834 (engraving)
7147161 The suicide. 1834 (engraving) by Bayard, Emile Antoine (1837-91); Private Collection; (add.info.: The suicide. Song by french poet Beranger. ( 1780-1857 ) Design by Emile Bayard

Background imageBayard Emile Antoine 1837 91 Collection: The mermaid, 1866 (engraving)

The mermaid, 1866 (engraving)
7147160 The mermaid, 1866 (engraving) by Bayard, Emile Antoine (1837-91); Private Collection; (add.info.: The mermaid, by french poet Beranger ( 1780-1857 ) Design by Emile Bayard 1866

Background imageBayard Emile Antoine 1837 91 Collection: Le kaiser, 1866 (engraving)

Le kaiser, 1866 (engraving)
JAB4121819 Le kaiser, 1866 (engraving) by Bayard, Emile Antoine (1837-91); Photo ©Jaime Abecasis

Background imageBayard Emile Antoine 1837 91 Collection: A holy man. 1866 (engraving)

A holy man. 1866 (engraving)
7147159 A holy man. 1866 (engraving) by Bayard, Emile Antoine (1837-91); Private Collection; (add.info.: A holy man. Song by Beranger, french poet ( 1780-01857 ) Design by E

Background imageBayard Emile Antoine 1837 91 Collection: Chief of the CREEKS Indians, from the South East of the United States

Chief of the CREEKS Indians, from the South East of the United States
JAB4121397 Chief of the CREEKS Indians, from the South East of the United States. by Bayard, Emile Antoine (1837-91); (add.info.: Chief of the CREEKS Indians)

Background imageBayard Emile Antoine 1837 91 Collection: Village of warlike termites (termitiere), Africa. Engraving 1897

Village of warlike termites (termitiere), Africa. Engraving 1897
JAB4120842 Village of warlike termites (termitiere), Africa. Engraving 1897 by Bayard, Emile Antoine (1837-91); (add.info.: Village of warlike termites (termitiere), Africa

Background imageBayard Emile Antoine 1837 91 Collection: Rat killer in China. 1874 (engraving)

Rat killer in China. 1874 (engraving)
7259218 Rat killer in China. 1874 (engraving) by Bayard, Emile Antoine (1837-91); Private Collection; (add.info.: Rat killer in China.Design by Emile Bayard 1873 ( Le Tour du Monde 1873)

Background imageBayard Emile Antoine 1837 91 Collection: The restaurant's rating, 1866 (engraving)

The restaurant's rating, 1866 (engraving)
JAB4120672 The restaurant's rating, 1866 (engraving) by Bayard, Emile Antoine (1837-91); (add.info.: The restaurant's rating)

Background imageBayard Emile Antoine 1837 91 Collection: A water carrier woman in Eritrea 1867 (Engraving)

A water carrier woman in Eritrea 1867 (Engraving)
7141239 A water carrier woman in Eritrea 1867 (Engraving) by Bayard, Emile Antoine (1837-91); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageBayard Emile Antoine 1837 91 Collection: Nets of the White Ants, Termites (engraving)

Nets of the White Ants, Termites (engraving)
5312149 Nets of the White Ants, Termites (engraving) by Bayard, Emile Antoine (1837-91); (add.info.: Engraving depicting termite mounds)

Background imageBayard Emile Antoine 1837 91 Collection: Slavic peasants hearing Mass at the office of Dignano (Italy)

Slavic peasants hearing Mass at the office of Dignano (Italy), sitting on the floor around an altar, children in rags
LSE4330013 Slavic peasants hearing Mass at the office of Dignano (Italy), sitting on the floor around an altar, children in rags

Background imageBayard Emile Antoine 1837 91 Collection: Saint Blandine is a Christian of Levantine origin or more probably Micrasiate origin from

Saint Blandine is a Christian of Levantine origin or more probably Micrasiate origin from the first Christian community
PCT4274666 Saint Blandine is a Christian of Levantine origin or more probably Micrasiate origin from the first Christian community of Lugdunum


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Bayard Emile Antoine (1837-1891) was a prolific artist and engraver who captured the essence of diverse cultures and human experiences through his detailed illustrations. His works spanned various themes, from historical events to enchanting mythical creatures. In 1834, Bayard depicted the haunting image of "The Suicide, " an engraving that portrayed the despair and anguish felt by those driven to take their own lives. This powerful artwork serves as a reminder of the depths of human suffering. Another notable piece is "The Mermaid" from 1866, where Bayard skillfully brought to life the allure and mystery surrounding these legendary aquatic beings. The intricacy in his engravings showcased his talent for capturing fantastical elements with great precision. In "Le Kaiser, " also created in 1866, Bayard delved into political satire by depicting a caricatured version of a prominent figure. Through this work, he highlighted societal issues with wit and creativity. "A Holy Man" showcases Bayard's ability to capture spirituality on paper. Created in 1866, this engraving portrays the serenity and devotion found within religious practices across different cultures. One remarkable illustration is that of the "Chief of the CREEKS Indians. " With meticulous attention to detail, Bayard conveyed both strength and wisdom embodied by indigenous peoples from Southeastern United States. Venturing into Africa's landscapes, Bayard depicted a fascinating scene titled "Village of Warlike Termites (Termitiere)" in 1897. This engraving offers insight into African wildlife while showcasing his artistic prowess in capturing intricate details. Bayard's artistry extended beyond cultural boundaries; he ventured into China with an intriguing portrayal titled "Rat Killer. " This engraving captures both curiosity and horror as it depicts an individual tasked with eliminating vermin using unconventional methods. "The Restaurant's Rating" transports viewers back to Parisian dining establishments during 1866.