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D'ALFIANO, Epifanio <Festivals for the Marriage of Grand Duke Ferdinand I of Tuscany and Christina of Lorraine>: Triumphal Procession of Neptune in a Chariot, with Sea and River Gods, before Palazzo Pitti Prints G.2008-0017
DALI, Salvador <La Mythologie>: Leda Prints G.1964-0018
DARDÉ, Paul Head of Christ Sculptures S.1959-0060
DARDÉ, Paul Eternal Grief Sculptures S.1959-0061
DARDÉ, Paul Head with Grapes Sculptures S.1959-0062
DAUBIGNY, Charles-François <Forty Clichés-Glace of Corot, Daubigny, Delacroix, Millet and Rousseau>: Marsh with Ducks Prints G.1993-0104
DAUBIGNY, Charles-François <Forty Clichés-Glace of Corot, Daubigny, Delacroix, Millet and Rousseau>: Deer Prints G.1993-0105
DAUBIGNY, Charles-François <Forty Clichés-Glace of Corot, Daubigny, Delacroix, Millet and Rousseau>: Path through a Wheatfield Prints G.1993-0106
DAUBIGNY, Charles-François <Forty Clichés-Glace of Corot, Daubigny, Delacroix, Millet and Rousseau>: Bridge Prints G.1993-0107
DAUBIGNY, Charles-François <Forty Clichés-Glace of Corot, Daubigny, Delacroix, Millet and Rousseau>: Brook in a Clearing Prints G.1993-0108
DAUBIGNY, Charles-François <Forty Clichés-Glace of Corot, Daubigny, Delacroix, Millet and Rousseau>: The Large Sheep Pasture Prints G.1993-0109
DAUBIGNY, Charles-François <Forty Clichés-Glace of Corot, Daubigny, Delacroix, Millet and Rousseau>: The Ford Prints G.1993-0110
DAUBIGNY, Charles-François <Forty Clichés-Glace of Corot, Daubigny, Delacroix, Millet and Rousseau>: Return of the Flock Prints G.1993-0111
DAUBIGNY, Charles-François <Forty Clichés-Glace of Corot, Daubigny, Delacroix, Millet and Rousseau>: Goatherdess Prints G.1993-0112
DAUBIGNY, Charles-François <Forty Clichés-Glace of Corot, Daubigny, Delacroix, Millet and Rousseau>: Harvest Prints G.1993-0113
DAUBIGNY, Charles-François <Forty Clichés-Glace of Corot, Daubigny, Delacroix, Millet and Rousseau>: Donky in a Field Prints G.1993-0114
DAUBIGNY, Charles-François <Forty Clichés-Glace of Corot, Daubigny, Delacroix, Millet and Rousseau>: Night Impression Prints G.1993-0115
DAUBIGNY, Charles-François <Forty Clichés-Glace of Corot, Daubigny, Delacroix, Millet and Rousseau>: Cluster of Alders Prints G.1993-0116
DAUBIGNY, Charles-François <Forty Clichés-Glace of Corot, Daubigny, Delacroix, Millet and Rousseau>: Cows at a Watering Place Prints G.1993-0117
DAUBIGNY, Charles-François <Forty Clichés-Glace of Corot, Daubigny, Delacroix, Millet and Rousseau>: Hydraulic Engine Prints G.1993-0118
DAUBIGNY, Charles-François <Forty Clichés-Glace of Corot, Daubigny, Delacroix, Millet and Rousseau>: Cows in the Woods Prints G.1993-0119
DAUCHEZ, André Landscape of Brittany Prints G.1959-0016
DAUCHEZ, André Trees on the River Paintings P.1959-0063
DAUMIER, Honoré Done for, Lafayette! Trapped, Old Fellow Prints G.1994-0016
DAUMIER, Honoré Nadar élevant la Photographie à la hauteur de l'Art Prints G.1996-0001
DAUMIER, Honoré Rue Transnonain, 15 April 1834 Prints G.1998-0042
DAUMIER, Honoré <Political Caricatures>: (16) God, how I loved that being Prints G.2000-0052
DAUMIER, Honoré Very humble, very submissive, very obedient..........and above all, very greedy Subjects. Prints G.2000-0053
DAUMIER, Honoré Very humble, very submissive, very obedient ..........and above all, very greedy Subjects. Prints G.2000-0054
DAUMIER, Honoré The Nightmare Prints G.2000-0055
DAUMIER, Honoré Masks of 1831 Prints G.2000-0056
DAUMIER, Honoré Masks of 1831 Prints G.2000-0057
DAUMIER, Honoré Ministerial Charenton: Different monomanias of political madmen Prints G.2000-0058
DAUMIER, Honoré Ministerial Charenton: Different monomanias of political madmen Prints G.2000-0059
DAUMIER, Honoré Ah! His!...Ah! His! Ah! His!... Prints G.2000-0060
DAUMIER, Honoré The Court of King Petaud Prints G.2000-0061
DAUMIER, Honoré Chimera of the imagination: My God! What if I am going to have a child with the head of La Poire...or even a Lobeau...a d'Argout...a Soult...a Dupin... Oh! my God!! a Kératry!!!! Prints G.2000-0062
DAUMIER, Honoré Chimera of the imagination: My God! What if I am going to have a child with the head of La Poire...or even a Lobeau...a d'Argout...a Soult...a Dupin... Oh! my God!! a Kératry!!!! Prints G.2000-0063
DAUMIER, Honoré Kssssse! Pédro...Ksssse Ksssse! Miguel (Those two cowards will never do each other great harm) Prints G.2000-0064
DAUMIER, Honoré CORTÈGE of the commander general of Apothecaries, prince Lancelot de Tricanule at his entry into the Chamber of Peers. (Marshal Lobau) Prints G.2000-0065
DAUMIER, Honoré 1830 and 1833 Prints G.2000-0066
DAUMIER, Honoré 1830 and 1833 Prints G.2000-0067
DAUMIER, Honoré Sir! Lisbon is captured... Prints G.2000-0068
DAUMIER, Honoré Ah! So you want to annoy the press!! Prints G.2000-0069
DAUMIER, Honoré Primo saignare, deinde purgare, postea clysterium donare. Prints G.2000-0070
DAUMIER, Honoré The past. The present. The future. Prints G.2000-0071
DAUMIER, Honoré Philippe my father, do not leave me yet more glory... Prints G.2000-0072
DAUMIER, Honoré Philippe my father, do not leave me yet more glory... Prints G.2000-0073
DAUMIER, Honoré Philippe my father, do not leave me yet more glory... Prints G.2000-0074
DAUMIER, Honoré Mlle. Etienne-Joconde-Cunégonde-Bécassine of le Constitutionnel, indignant, suffocated, ruffled and Rococo-fied at the performance of Antony in which that rascal Dumas had the immorality to mock the noble Bécassine family of le Constitutionnel. Prints G.2000-0075
DAUMIER, Honoré Honest recompense for obedient electors. Prints G.2000-0076
DAUMIER, Honoré Fat, greedy man, go! (Lepeintre the younger, in the role of Tragala in Twenty Years later) Prints G.2000-0077
DAUMIER, Honoré Journey among the eager populace Prints G.2000-0078
DAUMIER, Honoré Grotesque figure from China (Taken from the collection of Mr. Ch. Philipon) Prints G.2000-0079
DAUMIER, Honoré France's slumber Prints G.2000-0080
DAUMIER, Honoré That man there can be set free, he is no longer dangerous. Prints G.2000-0081
DAUMIER, Honoré Lower the curtain, the farce is over. Prints G.2000-0082
DAUMIER, Honoré A fundholder of the good royals — A fundholder of the Cortès Prints G.2000-0083
DAUMIER, Honoré The prince's mare and the princess's dog Prints G.2000-0084
DAUMIER, Honoré Where are we going, where are we going?...We are walking on a volcano, the gulf of revolutions is open beneath our footsteps...the carriage of state has been halted by the flood of all these bad passions. Prints G.2000-0085
DAUMIER, Honoré Where are we going, where are we going?...We are walking on a volcano, the gulf of revolutions is open beneath our footsteps...the carriage of state has been halted by the flood of all these bad passions. Prints G.2000-0086
DAUMIER, Honoré The shaking head Prints G.2000-0087
DAUMIER, Honoré The telegraph mill Prints G.2000-0088
DAUMIER, Honoré The honours of the Pantheon Prints G.2000-0089
DAUMIER, Honoré Modern Galilee: And so she goes on. Prints G.2000-0090
DAUMIER, Honoré Very good! very good! you are behaving perfectly! we are going to take you to Beaulieu, to Poissy, to Bicêtre, I am pleased with you. Prints G.2000-0091
DAUMIER, Honoré We are all honest people, let us embrace each other, and let the matter end. Prints G.2000-0092
DAUMIER, Honoré Political dummies: This game has only lasted three days Prints G.2000-0093
DAUMIER, Honoré Little ones! little ones! little ones!...come! come! come!...come to me, you Turkeys! Prints G.2000-0094
DAUMIER, Honoré A large mortar with a very short range. Prints G.2000-0095
DAUMIER, Honoré The Triumpher Prints G.2000-0096
DAUMIER, Honoré The Triumpher Prints G.2000-0097
DAUMIER, Honoré Marie-Louise-Charlotte-Philippine Pairie: Submissive daughter & fathered by the police. Prints G.2000-0098
DAUMIER, Honoré The Temptation Prints G.2000-0099
DAUMIER, Honoré Athenians, beware of Philippe! Prints G.2000-0100
DAUMIER, Honoré Athenians, beware of Philippe! Prints G.2000-0101
DAUMIER, Honoré The first wound Prints G.2000-0102
DAUMIER, Honoré Marshal Mortier on the eve of the battle of Waterloo Prints G.2000-0103
DAUMIER, Honoré Marshal Mortier on the eve of the battle of Waterloo Prints G.2000-0104
DAUMIER, Honoré The iron collar. Prints G.2000-0105
DAUMIER, Honoré Malbroug takes himself off to war... Prints G.2000-0106
DAUMIER, Honoré It's war!...Each man for himself! Prints G.2000-0107
DAUMIER, Honoré Please, for a poor American. Prints G.2000-0108
DAUMIER, Honoré Honest recompense conferred...upon Louis-Philippe Prints G.2000-0109
DAUMIER, Honoré When the Devil becomes old, he becomes a Hermit Prints G.2000-0110
DAUMIER, Honoré From your humble little squirts / Receive, on your birthday, / Two types of bouquet / For the opening of which prepare yourself. / They will please you, because the French people / Alone have met all the expenses. Prints G.2000-0111
DAUMIER, Honoré ...You have the floor, explain yourself, you are free to do so! Prints G.2000-0112
DAUMIER, Honoré Leaving for Spain Prints G.2000-0113
DAUMIER, Honoré My God! What a disgusting display. Prints G.2000-0114
DAUMIER, Honoré Scattered sheep, enter the fold Prints G.2000-0115
DAUMIER, Honoré Scattered sheep, enter the fold Prints G.2000-0116
DAUMIER, Honoré It was indeed worth the trouble of having us killed! Prints G.2000-0117
DAUMIER, Honoré The legislative stomach: View of the ministerial benches of the uncorrupted Chamber of 1834 Prints G.2000-0118
DAUMIER, Honoré Rue Transnonain, 15 April 1834 Prints G.2000-0119
DAUMIER, Honoré Go to sleep, Figaro, you are feeling feverish Prints G.2000-0120
DAUMIER, Honoré Public Exhibition – 1833: Colossal model of a gingerbread Prints G.2000-0121
DAUMIER, Honoré <Political Caricatures>: (69) There, there's a coconut! It's fresh... Prints G.2000-0122
DAUMIER, Honoré <Political Series>: (106) The d'Arg.. family during the storm. Prints G.2000-0123
DAUMIER, Honoré <Political Series>: (122) A new nose Prints G.2000-0124
DAUMIER, Honoré <Political Series>: (135) Incidentally! It is a fairly distinguished ball... Prints G.2000-0125
DAUMIER, Honoré <Political Series>: (127) Ride a cock-horse on my pony... (children's story) Prints G.2000-0126
DAUMIER, Honoré Memory of Ste [Sainte] Pélagie. Prints G.2000-0127
DAUMIER, Honoré I am pleased with you, my good fellows! Prints G.2000-0128
DAUMIER, Honoré The fly-net Prints G.2000-0129
DAUMIER, Honoré Who wants it [for 'them'] ? — Go to bed, babbler Prints G.2000-0130
DAUMIER, Honoré Balance of powers Prints G.2000-0131
DAUMIER, Honoré Mr. Potasse's courageous opinion... Constitutionnel! Prints G.2000-0132
DAUMIER, Honoré Seize them all, my dear... Prints G.2000-0133
DAUMIER, Honoré Seize them all, my dear... Prints G.2000-0134
DAUMIER, Honoré A nightmare Prints G.2000-0135
DAUMIER, Honoré <Celebrities of Caricature>: CH.DE LAM... Prints G.2000-0136
DAUMIER, Honoré <Celebrities of Caricature>: DUP... Prints G.2000-0137
DAUMIER, Honoré <Celebrities of Caricature>: SOU... Prints G.2000-0138
DAUMIER, Honoré <Celebrities of Caricature>: D'ARG... Prints G.2000-0139
DAUMIER, Honoré <Celebrities of Caricature>: PÉRE-SCIE Prints G.2000-0140
DAUMIER, Honoré <The uncorrupted Chamber>: Mr. POT DE NAZ. Prints G.2000-0141
DAUMIER, Honoré <The uncorrupted Chamber>: Mr. POT DE NAZ. Prints G.2000-0142
DAUMIER, Honoré <The uncorrupted Chamber>: Mr. FULCHIR... Prints G.2000-0143
DAUMIER, Honoré <The uncorrupted Chamber>: Mr VIEUX-NIAIS. Prints G.2000-0144
DAUMIER, Honoré <The uncorrupted Chamber>: Mr ARLÉPAIRE. Prints G.2000-0145
DAUMIER, Honoré <The uncorrupted Chamber>: Mr ARLÉPAIRE. Prints G.2000-0146
DAUMIER, Honoré <The uncorrupted Chamber>: Mr SEBAST... Prints G.2000-0147
DAUMIER, Honoré <The uncorrupted Chamber>: Mr ÉTIEN... Prints G.2000-0148
DAUMIER, Honoré Mr ODIEUX. Prints G.2000-0149
DAUMIER, Honoré Mr BENJAMIN DUDESSERT. Prints G.2000-0150
DAUMIER, Honoré Mr PRUNE. Prints G.2000-0151
DAUMIER, Honoré Mr D'ARGO... Prints G.2000-0152
DAUMIER, Honoré Mr BARTHE. Prints G.2000-0153
DAUMIER, Honoré Mr CUNIN GRID... Prints G.2000-0154
DAUMIER, Honoré Mr CUNIN GRID... Prints G.2000-0155
DAUMIER, Honoré Mr CUNIN GRID... Prints G.2000-0156
DAUMIER, Honoré Mr ROYER-COL... Prints G.2000-0157
DAUMIER, Honoré Mr BAILL... Prints G.2000-0158
DAUMIER, Honoré Mr KERATR. Prints G.2000-0159
DAUMIER, Honoré Mr DE RIGN. Prints G.2000-0160
DAUMIER, Honoré Mr GUIZ... Prints G.2000-0161
DAUMIER, Honoré Mr JOLIV... Prints G.2000-0162
DAUMIER, Honoré Mr JOLIV... Prints G.2000-0163
DAUMIER, Honoré <Judges of the accused of April>: Mr. Barbé-Marbois. Prints G.2000-0164
DAUMIER, Honoré <Judges of the accused of April>: Count Portalis — duke de Bassano — count de Montlosier Prints G.2000-0165
DAUMIER, Honoré <Judges of the accused of April>: Count Portalis — duke de Bassano — count de Montlosier Prints G.2000-0166
DAUMIER, Honoré Count Mathieu Dumas Prints G.2000-0167
DAUMIER, Honoré <Judges of the accused of April>: Huguet de Sémonville — Robert Macaire (Thiers) — count Rœderer Prints G.2000-0168
DAUMIER, Honoré <Judges of the accused of April>: Girod de l'Ain — J.-Joseph Rousseau — admiral Verhuel Prints G.2000-0169
DAUMIER, Honoré <Judges of the accused of April>: Girod de l'Ain — J.-Joseph Rousseau — admiral Verhuel Prints G.2000-0170
DAUMIER, Honoré <Judges of the accused of April>: Napoléon Lannes Prints G.2000-0171
DAUMIER, Honoré <Judges of the accused of April>: Napoléon Lannes Prints G.2000-0172
DAUMIER, Honoré <Judges of the accused of April>: Count J. — Jérôme Siméon Prints G.2000-0173
DAUMIER, Honoré <Judges of the accused of April>: Baron de Lascours Prints G.2000-0174
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Court Ball>: (1) Mr ROYER COLAS, as an aged Marchioness of the old court... Prints G.2000-0175
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Court Ball>: (2) Mr MONTAUGIBET, as a bad sauce-cook Prints G.2000-0176
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Court Ball>: (3) THE ABBÉ LOUP, as a smuggler Prints G.2000-0177
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Court Ball>: (4) SOUL, as a choir-boy Prints G.2000-0178
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Court Ball>: (5) Mr OUMAAAANNN, as a woman from Alsace Prints G.2000-0179
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Court Ball>: (5) Mr OUMAAAANNN, as a woman from Alsace Prints G.2000-0180
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Court Ball>: (6) MADRIER-LONGEAU, as a simpleton Prints G.2000-0181
DAUMIER, Honoré Bergeron and Benoit. Prints G.2000-0182
DAUMIER, Honoré Mr TU-BOIS Prints G.2000-0183
DAUMIER, Honoré Viennet at the tribunal. Prints G.2000-0184
DAUMIER, Honoré Viennet at the tribunal. Prints G.2000-0185
DAUMIER, Honoré ODI... Prints G.2000-0186
DAUMIER, Honoré GUIZ... Prints G.2000-0187
DAUMIER, Honoré THI... Prints G.2000-0188
DAUMIER, Honoré THI... Prints G.2000-0189
DAUMIER, Honoré Mr VIEUX-NIAIS. Prints G.2000-0190
DAUMIER, Honoré Mr VIEUX-NIAIS. Prints G.2000-0191
DAUMIER, Honoré BATAILLE Prints G.2000-0192
DAUMIER, Honoré BATAILLE Prints G.2000-0193
DAUMIER, Honoré POT-DE-NAZ Prints G.2000-0194
DAUMIER, Honoré CHEVANDI... Prints G.2000-0195
DAUMIER, Honoré DE L'OR... Prints G.2000-0196
DAUMIER, Honoré <Political Caricatures>: (56) Mid-wife (marshal Bugeaud) Prints G.2000-0197
DAUMIER, Honoré <Political Caricatures>: (56) Mid-wife (marshal Bugeaud) Prints G.2000-0198
DAUMIER, Honoré Mr SÉBAST... Prints G.2000-0199
DAUMIER, Honoré Bastien and Robert Prints G.2000-0200
DAUMIER, Honoré Bastien and Robert Prints G.2000-0201
DAUMIER, Honoré Mr GA... Mr LECOM... Prints G.2000-0202
DAUMIER, Honoré Mr GA... Mr LECOM... Prints G.2000-0203
DAUMIER, Honoré GAN... Prints G.2000-0204
DAUMIER, Honoré GAN... Prints G.2000-0205
DAUMIER, Honoré Mr JOLIV... Prints G.2000-0206
DAUMIER, Honoré ETIEN... Prints G.2000-0207
DAUMIER, Honoré 22000FR.ANCS FINE Prints G.2000-0208
DAUMIER, Honoré 22000FR.ANCS FINE Prints G.2000-0209
DAUMIER, Honoré 22000FR.ANCS FINE Prints G.2000-0210
DAUMIER, Honoré Mr FRUCH... Prints G.2000-0211
DAUMIER, Honoré Mr FRUCH... Prints G.2000-0212
DAUMIER, Honoré BENJAMIN DUDESSERT Prints G.2000-0213
DAUMIER, Honoré ARLÉPAIRE. Prints G.2000-0214
DAUMIER, Honoré Mr JACOT-LEFAIVE Prints G.2000-0215
DAUMIER, Honoré Mr JACOT-LEFAIVE Prints G.2000-0216
DAUMIER, Honoré VAT... Prints G.2000-0217
DAUMIER, Honoré VAT... Prints G.2000-0218
DAUMIER, Honoré Martin, gaoler of Mont Saint-Michel Prints G.2000-0219
DAUMIER, Honoré JAQUINET-GOD... Prints G.2000-0220
DAUMIER, Honoré It is always with the deepest sadness... Prints G.2000-0221
DAUMIER, Honoré It is always with the deepest sadness... Prints G.2000-0222
DAUMIER, Honoré It is always with the deepest sadness... Prints G.2000-0223
DAUMIER, Honoré Crédeville Prints G.2000-0224
DAUMIER, Honoré Ferey Prints G.2000-0225
DAUMIER, Honoré de La Ronchière Prints G.2000-0226
DAUMIER, Honoré Partarieu-Lafosse Prints G.2000-0227
DAUMIER, Honoré Morell (de) Prints G.2000-0228
DAUMIER, Honoré Recently there was a crowd at La Conciergerie Prints G.2000-0229
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (1) F.A. Isambert Prints G.2000-0230
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (2) J. Martial Bineau Prints G.2000-0231
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (2) J. Martial Bineau: Portrait drawn from life at the moment when this terrible person gives himself up to his favourite passtime, which consists of slashing pictures and breaking those objects of art which fall under his hands. Prints G.2000-0232
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (2) J. Martial Bineau: Portrait drawn from life at the moment when this terrible person gives himself up to his favourite passtime, which consists of slashing pictures and breaking those objects of art which fall under his hands. Prints G.2000-0233
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (2) B. Sarrans Jeune Prints G.2000-0234
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (2) B. Sarrans Jeune Prints G.2000-0235
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (2) B. Sarrans Jeune Prints G.2000-0236
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (2) B. Sarrans Jeune Prints G.2000-0237
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (3) Ariste Trouvé-Chauvel Prints G.2000-0238
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (4) Adolphe Thiers Prints G.2000-0239
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (5) Adolphe Crémieux (Minister in hopes) Great lover of change, nothing would be missing from his happiness if one day he changed his face! Prints G.2000-0240
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (5) Adolphe Crémieux (Minister in hopes) Great lover of change, nothing would be missing from his happiness if one day he changed his face! Prints G.2000-0241
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (5) Adolphe Crémieux (Minister in hopes) Great lover of change, nothing would be missing from his happiness if one day he changed his face! Prints G.2000-0242
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (6) J. Arm. S. Dufaure Prints G.2000-0243
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (7) J. Antoine Taschereau Prints G.2000-0244
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (8) Pierre Leroux: This great philosopher directs himself towards the tribune of the national assembly with his collection of social aphorisms. Prints G.2000-0245
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (8) Pierre Leroux: This great philosopher directs himself towards the tribune of the national assembly with his collection of social aphorisms. Prints G.2000-0246
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (9) Félix Pyat: Convinced by the speech delivered by Félix Pyat in favour of the right to work, Daumier immediately claimed the right to work at the expense of this orator from the highlands. Prints G.2000-0247
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (9) Félix Pyat: Convinced by the speech delivered by Félix Pyat in favour of the right to work, Daumier immediately claimed the right to work at the expense of this orator from the highlands. Prints G.2000-0248
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (10) Henri de Larochejacquelein: The costume in which this citizen was got up on the day he went to the National Assembly to lodge his memorable proposal for President of the French Republic!...Abd-el-Kader. Prints G.2000-0249
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (10) Henri de Larochejacquelein: The costume in which this citizen was got up on the day he went to the National Assembly to lodge his memorable proposal for President of the French Republic!...Abd-el-Kader. Prints G.2000-0250
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (11) P. J. Proudhon: Apostle of socialism, enemy of property and its certified destructor, (without government guarantee) Prints G.2000-0251
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (12) Jules Bastide Prints G.2000-0252
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (12) Jules Bastide Prints G.2000-0253
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (13) Ant. Laurent Pagnerre Prints G.2000-0254
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (14) J. Alexandre Bixio Prints G.2000-0255
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (14) J. Alexandre Bixio Prints G.2000-0256
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (14) J. Alexandre Bixio Prints G.2000-0257
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (15) C. H. Odilon Barrot Prints G.2000-0258
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (16) A. O. Glais-Bizoin Prints G.2000-0259
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (16) A. O. Glais-Bizoin Prints G.2000-0260
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (17) L. Ant. Garnier-Pagès: Ex-member of the provisional Government, ex-Mayor of Paris, ex-Minister of Finance; Garnier-Pagès has the habit of putting his hands in his pockets, which is a great proof of honesty, above all at a time when so many citizens like to dig their hands into their neighbours' pockets. — We note besides that Garnier-Pagès is loved by all who know him, despite the fact that he has a slight wart on his forehead. Prints G.2000-0261
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (17) L. Ant. Garnier-Pagès: Ex-member of the provisional Government, ex-Mayor of Paris, ex-Minister of Finance; Garnier-Pagès has the habit of putting his hands in his pockets, which is a great proof of honesty, above all at a time when so many citizens like to dig their hands into their neighbours' pockets. — We note besides that Garnier-Pagès is loved by all who know him, despite the fact that he has a slight wart on his forehead. Prints G.2000-0262
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (18) Antony Thouret Prints G.2000-0263
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (19) Jean Charles Besnard Prints G.2000-0264
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (19) Jean Charles Besnard Prints G.2000-0265
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (20) A. C. V. Ch. Destutt de Tracy Prints G.2000-0266
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (21) J. Jacques Dupin Prints G.2000-0267
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (22) Victor Considérant; Drawn from life at the Tribune on the memorable day when, decorated with all the attributes of a disciple of Fourrier [sic], and assuming the pose of anti-lion, he sought to phalansteryise all the members of the national assembly. Prints G.2000-0268
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (22) Victor Considérant; Drawn from life at the Tribune on the memorable day when, decorated with all the attributes of a disciple of Fourrier [sic], and assuming the pose of anti-lion, he sought to phalansteryise all the members of the national assembly. Prints G.2000-0269
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (23) Ant. M. Jules Sénard Prints G.2000-0270
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (23) Ant. M. Jules Sénard Prints G.2000-0271
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (23) Ant. M. Jules Sénard Prints G.2000-0272
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (24) H. G. Boulay de la Meurthe Prints G.2000-0273
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (24) H. G. Boulay de la Meurthe Prints G.2000-0274
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (24) H. G. Boulay de la Meurthe Prints G.2000-0275
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (25) Ferdinand Flocon; At first sight, you perhaps took this person for a Russian prince, slightly Cossack, which cannot have failed to afflict profoundly his quality as a watchful Republican. Ferdinand Flocon was for some weeks Minister of Agriculture, and one of his first acts was to shave his chin, formerly embellished with a full beard. He had even more excellent intentions, but lacked the time to carry them out. Prints G.2000-0276
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (25) Ferdinand Flocon; At first sight, you perhaps took this person for a Russian prince, slightly Cossack, which cannot have failed to afflict profoundly his quality as a watchful Republican. Ferdinand Flocon was for some weeks Minister of Agriculture, and one of his first acts was to shave his chin, formerly embellished with a full beard. He had even more excellent intentions, but lacked the time to carry them out. Prints G.2000-0277
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (25) Ferdinand Flocon; At first sight, you perhaps took this person for a Russian prince, slightly Cossack, which cannot have failed to afflict profoundly his quality as a watchful Republican. Ferdinand Flocon was for some weeks Minister of Agriculture, and one of his first acts was to shave his chin, formerly embellished with a full beard. He had even more excellent intentions, but lacked the time to carry them out. Prints G.2000-0278
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (26) Luneau Prints G.2000-0279
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (27) P. Lamotte Rateau Prints G.2000-0280
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (27) P. Lamotte Rateau Prints G.2000-0281
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (28) Marie Michel Altaroche Prints G.2000-0282
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (28) Marie Michel Altaroche Prints G.2000-0283
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (29) L. F. Raymond Wolowski [sic] Prints G.2000-0284
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (30) Jean-Jacques Berger Prints G.2000-0285
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (31) Lagrange Prints G.2000-0286
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (31) Lagrange Prints G.2000-0287
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (32) J. Marie-Anne Degousée Prints G.2000-0288
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (32) J. Marie-Anne Degousée Prints G.2000-0289
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (32) J. Marie-Anne Degousée Prints G.2000-0290
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (33) N. A. Théodule Changarnier Prints G.2000-0291
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (34) P. J. David d'Angers Prints G.2000-0292
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (34) P. J. David d'Angers Prints G.2000-0293
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (35) Pierre Jules Baroche Prints G.2000-0294
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (36) Victor Schœlcher Prints G.2000-0295
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (36) Victor Schœlcher Prints G.2000-0296
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (37) Jean-Louis Greppo Prints G.2000-0297
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (38) F. J. Ducoux Prints G.2000-0298
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (39) Achille Tenaille de Vaulabelle Prints G.2000-0299
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (40) Achille Tenaille de Vaulabelle Prints G.2000-0300
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (40) Louis-Joseph Buffet Prints G.2000-0301
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (40) Louis-Joseph Buffet Prints G.2000-0302
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (41) J. F. P. Denjoy Prints G.2000-0303
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (41) J. F. P. Denjoy Prints G.2000-0304
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (42) Jules Favre Prints G.2000-0305
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (42) Jules Favre Prints G.2000-0306
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (42) Jules Favre Prints G.2000-0307
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (43) Théobald Lacrosse Prints G.2000-0308
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (43) Théobald Lacrosse Prints G.2000-0309
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (44) Eus. Isidore Buvignier Prints G.2000-0310
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (44) Eus. Isidore Buvignier Prints G.2000-0311
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (44) Eus. Isidore Buvignier Prints G.2000-0312
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (45) Léon Faucher: The political enemies of Léon Faucher claim that this Minister for the Interior has not all the exterior graces. As for ourselves, who are among his most fanatical supporters, we categorically state, against all others, that Léon Faucher is fat, beautiful, good, gentle. Prints G.2000-0313
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (45) Léon Faucher: The political enemies of Léon Faucher claim that this Minister for the Interior has not all the exterior graces. As for ourselves, who are among his most fanatical supporters, we categorically state, against all others, that Léon Faucher is fat, beautiful, good, gentle. Prints G.2000-0314
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (46) Ed. Drouyn de l'Huys Prints G.2000-0315
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (46) Ed. Drouyn de l'Huys Prints G.2000-0316
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (47) Achille Baraguay-d'Hilliers Prints G.2000-0317
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (47) Achille Baraguay-d'Hilliers Prints G.2000-0318
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (47) Achille Baraguay-d'Hilliers Prints G.2000-0319
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (48) V. Ambroise, Vte [Viscount] de Lanjuinais Prints G.2000-0320
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (48) V. Ambroise, Vte [Viscount] de Lanjuinais Prints G.2000-0321
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (49) P. L. Duvergier de Hauranne Prints G.2000-0322
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (49) P. L. Duvergier de Hauranne Prints G.2000-0323
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented>: (50) A. Fréd. Pierre Count de Falloux Prints G.2000-0324
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (1) Marshal Bugeaud Prints G.2000-0325
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (2) Arm. Jacques Lherbette Prints G.2000-0326
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (2) Arm. Jacques Lherbette Prints G.2000-0327
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (3) General Lebreton Prints G.2000-0328
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (4) Charles Dupin Prints G.2000-0329
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (5) Alex. Ch. Henri de Tocqueville Prints G.2000-0330
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (5) Alex. Ch. Henri de Tocqueville Prints G.2000-0331
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (6) Mich. P. Victor Grandin Prints G.2000-0332
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (6) Mich. P. Victor Grandin Prints G.2000-0333
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (6) Mich. P. Victor Grandin Prints G.2000-0334
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (7) Count de Montalembert Prints G.2000-0335
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (8) Emmanuel Arago Prints G.2000-0336
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (8) Emmanuel Arago Prints G.2000-0337
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (9) Math. Louis, Count Molé: The hope of our young Republic! Prints G.2000-0338
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (9) Math. Louis, Count Molé: The hope of our young Republic! Prints G.2000-0339
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (10) Ch. Ferdinand Gambon Prints G.2000-0340
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (10) Ch. Ferdinand Gambon Prints G.2000-0341
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (11) Henry Alexandre Peupin Prints G.2000-0342
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (11) Henry Alexandre Peupin Prints G.2000-0343
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (12) Agricole Perdiguier Prints G.2000-0344
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (12) Agricole Perdiguier Prints G.2000-0345
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (13) Victor Hugo: You have just finished asking him a serious question, he gives himself up to sombre reflections - only the sombre reflection may illuminate the serious question! - he is also the most sombre of all the serious great men! Prints G.2000-0346
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (13) Victor Hugo: You have just finished asking him a serious question, he gives himself up to sombre reflections - only the sombre reflection may illuminate the serious question! - he is also the most sombre of all the serious great men! Prints G.2000-0347
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (14) Marie Denis Larabit Prints G.2000-0348
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (14) Marie Denis Larabit Prints G.2000-0349
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (15) J.-B. Gustave de Laboulie Prints G.2000-0350
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (16) Émile Vésin Prints G.2000-0351
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (16) Émile Vésin Prints G.2000-0352
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (17) Félix Saint-Priest: Proof with letters. – de St. Priest is no less celebrated for his postal reforms than for his playful character. Since [the sending of] letters has been four sous, de St. Priest has not much to do; but, to keep himself busy, he has tried for some time to alter his blue spectacles; at least, that's what I conclude from the way he wears them! Prints G.2000-0353
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (18) J. Marie Joseph Deville Prints G.2000-0354
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (19) Prince Lucien Murat Prints G.2000-0355
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (20) L. Ch. Alexandre Estancelin Prints G.2000-0356
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (21) Ph. Auguste Demesmay Prints G.2000-0357
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (21) Ph. Auguste Demesmay Prints G.2000-0358
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (22) Ferdinand Favre Prints G.2000-0359
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (22) Ferdinand Favre Prints G.2000-0360
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (23) Ath. L. Charles Coquerel Prints G.2000-0361
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (23) Ath. L. Charles Coquerel Prints G.2000-0362
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (24) H. M. Augustin Corne Prints G.2000-0363
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (25) Achille Fould Prints G.2000-0364
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (26) M. L. P. F. Esquirou de Parieu [sic] Prints G.2000-0365
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (26) M. L. P. F. Esquirou de Parieu [sic] Prints G.2000-0366
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (27) Pierre Antoine Berryer Prints G.2000-0367
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (27) Pierre Antoine Berryer Prints G.2000-0368
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (28) R. P. L. Ségur d'Aguesseau [sic] Prints G.2000-0369
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (29) Jean-Baptiste Dumas Prints G.2000-0370
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (30) Eugène Rouher Prints G.2000-0371
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (31) Lannes, Duke de Montebello Prints G.2000-0372
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (31) Lannes, Duke de Montebello Prints G.2000-0373
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (32) Ovide Rémilly Prints G.2000-0374
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (33) Jules, Marquess de Lasteyrie (pronounced Lasteyrie-eye): Formerly a member of the opposition, now the enemy of lights. Dazzled by the too sudden appearence of the Republic's sun, Jules de Lasteyrie has pledged himself to the eye-shade of le Constitutionnel. Prints G.2000-0375
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (34) J. Phil. Delmas de Grammont Prints G.2000-0376
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (35) J.-P. de Chasseloup-Laubat Prints G.2000-0377
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (36) Jérome-Napoléon Bonaparte Prints G.2000-0378
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Representatives Represented / The Legislative Assembly>: (37) General Ducos de Lahitte: Portrait of this Minister of Foreign Affairs, as he appears to simple mortals, on those occasions – seldom less rare than solemn – when he comes forth in the tribune to show us his eloquence and his moustache. Above all, his moustache achieves the greater effect. Prints G.2000-0379
DAUMIER, Honoré We enjoyed ourselves greatly! Prints G.2000-0380
DAUMIER, Honoré The good grandmother Prints G.2000-0381
DAUMIER, Honoré <Conjugal Manners>: (7) Six months of marriage Prints G.2000-0383
DAUMIER, Honoré <Conjugal Manners>: (18) Oh, you say you spent the night in your office!... Prints G.2000-0384
DAUMIER, Honoré <Conjugal Manners>: (19) So marry! Miserable old skinflint Prints G.2000-0385
DAUMIER, Honoré <Conjugal Manners>: (24) I'm always telling you, with your sugar... Prints G.2000-0386
DAUMIER, Honoré <Conjugal Manners>: (25) The effect of moons Prints G.2000-0387
DAUMIER, Honoré <Conjugal Manners>: (26) Eh, Eh! little rascal, you will make brats, you already have the eyes of a scoundrel! You'll be like your father. Prints G.2000-0388
DAUMIER, Honoré <Conjugal Manners>: (27) The first born Prints G.2000-0389
DAUMIER, Honoré <Conjugal Manners>: (28) Decease of the poodle Prints G.2000-0390
DAUMIER, Honoré <Conjugal Manners>: (29) This is the moment (past midnight) when calm and peace truly reign in happy households. Better late than never. Prints G.2000-0391
DAUMIER, Honoré <Conjugal Manners>: (30) The plea of adultery: ''Magistrates, my client is sure of the fact. But this personal conviction is not enough to satisfy him; it is necessary for him to share it with your tribunal, with those listeners gathered here... with the whole of France. Such was the task taken upon myself in the intererst of my client, and I believe that I have made the issue clear before you. Now, it only remains for my client to see... his social position confirmed by a fair judgement, and you are very just. Magistrates, do not refuse him this last satisfaction.'' Prints G.2000-0392
DAUMIER, Honoré <Conjugal Manners>: (31) Wretched man! Do you want to kill your children's father? Prints G.2000-0393
DAUMIER, Honoré <Conjugal Manners>: (32) Madam's wishes Prints G.2000-0394
DAUMIER, Honoré <Conjugal Manners>: (33) Fireworks (Verse) A Father is a slave given by nature Prints G.2000-0395
DAUMIER, Honoré <Conjugal Manners>: (33) Fireworks (Verse) A Father is a slave given by nature Prints G.2000-0396
DAUMIER, Honoré <Conjugal Manners>: (34) — I should have bet on it ... instead of taking him to see Séraphin, you take him to play ... It's already bad enough for grown-ups; poor little dear! ... — Don't worry, Madam, that's the way children amuse themselves! Prints G.2000-0397
DAUMIER, Honoré <Conjugal Manners>: (35) Ah! Very well, I'm sure! wretched woman... Prints G.2000-0398
DAUMIER, Honoré <Conjugal Manners>: (36) — Arthur, you had promised me a throne... Prints G.2000-0399
DAUMIER, Honoré <Conjugal Manners>: (37) The well of Grenelle: And these rogues of chemists who say that it does some good to bathe children in the well of Grenelle; here's poor Dodophe who's gone greener than an apple; I don't know whether my son's a lizard or a toad!! Prints G.2000-0400
DAUMIER, Honoré <Conjugal Manners>: (38) — Oh! You think your wife doesn't look after you well enough, you rogue; when you spend everything, scoundrel!...Well, I'll make myself kiss-curls, rascal!... and I'll buy bonnets... and I'll make you eat corks, rascal... — My angel, I'm wrong, you are a good housewife...but you're breaking everything Prints G.2000-0401
DAUMIER, Honoré <Conjugal Manners>: (44) Inconvenient to dream aloud: I dreamed... I called Victor! You lied to me, you old gherkin, I couldn't call Victor, because you'd named him Boniface! Prints G.2000-0402
DAUMIER, Honoré <Conjugal Manners>: (45) Heavens! after three months' absence I find my wife's left home!... and good God! what mementoes she's left me! Prints G.2000-0403
DAUMIER, Honoré <Conjugal Manners>: (47) Sir... Sir, here's your handkerchief Prints G.2000-0404
DAUMIER, Honoré <Conjugal Manners>: (49) A memory of youth: — Here, you see our initials still haven't worn out...Oh, Sophie, it's here that I won your heart. — Be quiet, Théophile... what if someone were to hear us! Prints G.2000-0405
DAUMIER, Honoré <Conjugal Manners>: (50) The pleasures of angling Prints G.2000-0406
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (89) Geographical neckerchiefs Prints G.2000-0407
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Human Comedy>: (1) The entry into life Prints G.2000-0408
DAUMIER, Honoré <Teachers and Rascals>: (8) A young man for whom nothing is sacred Prints G.2000-0409
DAUMIER, Honoré <Teachers and Rascals>: (9) The foolhardy young who allow themselves to be carried away by a point of honour, and who snap their fingers at the checks of the highest Appeal Court in the land Prints G.2000-0410
DAUMIER, Honoré <Teachers and Rascals>: (11) Wait... I'm going to do...the school master Prints G.2000-0411
DAUMIER, Honoré <Teachers and Rascals>: (15) Sixth-form pupils wanting to play at Rhetoricians Prints G.2000-0412
DAUMIER, Honoré <Teachers and Rascals>: (26) How to make a young man decide finally to be respectful to his parents Prints G.2000-0413
DAUMIER, Honoré <Teachers and Rascals>: (31) The laborious and delicate mission of the drawing teacher; to him is always reserved the difficult task of redressing the twists and inaccuracies of his young pupils! Prints G.2000-0414
DAUMIER, Honoré <Papas>: (9) A family in which resides the warrior instinct Prints G.2000-0415
DAUMIER, Honoré <Papas>: (9) A family in which resides the warrior instinct Prints G.2000-0416
DAUMIER, Honoré <Papas>: (10) Come on, Papa, do another thirty two jumps!... Prints G.2000-0417
DAUMIER, Honoré <Papas>: (17) A model son Prints G.2000-0418
DAUMIER, Honoré <Papas>: (19) A father doing all he can... Prints G.2000-0419
DAUMIER, Honoré <Papas>: (20) Oh! Sir... you shouldn't laugh at him like that... Prints G.2000-0420
DAUMIER, Honoré <Papas>: (22) If you don't come to grammar school quicker than this... Prints G.2000-0421
DAUMIER, Honoré <Childish Acts>: (1) I don't want to get into so much water... there'll be a lot of big fish in there Prints G.2000-0422
DAUMIER, Honoré <Childish Acts>: (3) Oh! . papa, Papa... there's a nice... Prints G.2000-0423
DAUMIER, Honoré <Childish Acts>: (4) In winter it's silly to have children dressed up as nicely as this!... Prints G.2000-0424
DAUMIER, Honoré <Childish Acts>: (5) I would have never thought that at my age... Prints G.2000-0425
DAUMIER, Honoré <Childish Acts>: (6) — Well, what about my glass... if I don't have my glass I'll tell Mummy that you've been drinking again with that lanky fellow whom she told you not to go about with!... Prints G.2000-0426
DAUMIER, Honoré <Parisian Sketches>: (11) — Oh! Thank you for what you have done... Prints G.2000-0427
DAUMIER, Honoré <Parisian Sketches>: (11) — Oh! Thank you for what you have done... Prints G.2000-0428
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (1) Menelaus the vanquisher. On the smoking ramparts of proud Troy, / Menelaus, son of the Gods, like rich booty, / Entrances his blonde Helen, and takes her to his heart / More beautiful than ever through modesty and love. Iliad (Translation by Bareste) Prints G.2000-0429
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (2) The watch of the Termopythae guards Prints G.2000-0430
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (3) Achilles in his tent. In tears, remembering the charms of Briseis / The hero enjoys his dismal sadness. / And in vain, Patrocles, polishing his weapons / Tries to awaken his burning courage. (Secret translation by President P.) This precious bas-relief was discovered in the ruins of the ancient Boule rouge [Red Ball] (Montmartre suburb) by our indefatigable traveller, Mr. Charles Texier. According to Mr. Ingres, only Phidias could have been its maker. Prints G.2000-0431
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (4) Ulysses' introduction to Nausicaa. At the sight of the hero soiled with black mud, / All flee, but Nausicaa, in her naïve modesty; / Blushingly says to him, without quitting her laundry: / Which God, noble stranger, leads you to my wash-house? (Unpublished translation by Mr. Casimir Delavigne) Prints G.2000-0432
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (5) The Amazons Prints G.2000-0433
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (6) Penelope's nights. Of her absent husband the adorable profile, / Always shines like a star to her gentle eyes / But to drag on for three years, and her trick and her web / ...She must have had an intrepid thread (Odessy Ch[apter] II. Indiscreet translation by Mr. Villemain) Prints G.2000-0434
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (7) Ulysses' return Prints G.2000-0435
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (7) Ulysses' return Prints G.2000-0436
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (8) Agamemnon's anger Prints G.2000-0437
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (9) The education of Achilles Prints G.2000-0438
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (10) Socrates at Aspasia's home Prints G.2000-0439
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (11) The sword of Damocles Prints G.2000-0440
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (12) A meeting of happy augures Prints G.2000-0441
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (13) The rape of Helen. Paris,whom by love was seized up to the teeth, / Was hardly fit to smoke a cigar. / Helen knew this, and without giving warning,/ Carried Paris away in her sturdy arms (Aeneid) Prints G.2000-0442
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (14) Ulysses and Penelope. Chastely stretched on their bashful marriage-bed; / This noble married couple find themselves at last. / And when Ulysees snores, from his charming mouth / Penelope steals a loving kiss (Trifling work by Mr. Vatout) Prints G.2000-0443
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (14) Ulysses and Penelope. Chastely stretched on their bashful marriage-bed; / This noble married couple find themselves at last. / And when Ulysees snores, from his charming mouth / Penelope steals a loving kiss (Trifling work by Mr. Vatout) Prints G.2000-0444
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (15) Aeneas and Dido: A protective fog obscured the heavens; / And as they found themselves without an umbrella, / Leading his friend into a dark cave, / Aeneas on that beautiful day saw his ardours consummated (Aeneid. corrected by Mr. Villemain) Prints G.2000-0445
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (16) Ariadne's thread Prints G.2000-0446
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (17) Aeneas in the infernal regions Prints G.2000-0447
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (18) Today's witticism. What is Diogenes doing with a lantern? / Said the elegantly turnd-out Dandies to themselves. / Sirs, I am looking for a man, and with my slow, dim eye. / I can't see him; said he: those words really annoyed them (Attempt at poetry by Mr. de Rambuteau) Prints G.2000-0448
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (19) The youth of Alcibiades Prints G.2000-0449
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (20) Alexander and Diogenes. The Sage who dressed in the simple appearance / Of a rascal smoking his short, thick pipe, / Said to the hero who surveyed him: / Scram out of my sunlight! (Song by Mr. Eugène Sue) Prints G.2000-0450
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (21) Marius at Minturnae. Admire the roguishness of this great General! / Seeing that he was going to be seized; / Across the reeds [and] into the slime he slid / And laughed with certainty in this swamp of FAST COLOUR (Historical pun by Mr. de Rothschild) Prints G.2000-0451
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (22) The baptism of Achilles. Just as you temper a weapon of war, / Thetis, wanting to make of her brat a hero, / Steeped him in the Styx until he saw the light; / Which proves that baths are good for all purposes (On the Influence of baths, Poem by Mr. Vigier) Prints G.2000-0452
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (23) Beautiful Narcissus. He was young and beautiful; with their soft breath / The Zephyrs caressed his contours of manifold attractions, / And in the mirror of the fountains / He loved, as we do, to contemplate his features (Quatrain initiated by Mr. Narcisse de Salvandy) Prints G.2000-0453
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (24) The abandonment of Ariadne. Near her vine-trellis on the bank, / She said to herself on that day: / To console me in love / It's time that Bacchus arrived. (Poems of the heart by Miss Fl...) Prints G.2000-0454
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (25) Hercules tamed by love Prints G.2000-0455
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (26) The Augean stables. For a proud hero to make of himself a cleaner, / Is, for Hercules, difficult to swallow, / But as a proverb says: / One does not argue about sewers or colours (Unpublished pun by Mr. Delessert) Prints G.2000-0456
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (27) The Augean stables. For a proud hero to make of himself a cleaner, / Is, for Hercules, difficult to swallow, / But as a proverb says: / One does not argue about sewers or colours (Unpublished pun by Mr. Delessert) Prints G.2000-0457
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (27) Telemachus ravaged by love. Despite Mentor, who grumbles at him without ceasing / He pillaged every morning / The most brilliant flowers for his tender mistress, / Flowers with which this lively hussy / Ornamented her satin neck (Cigarette by Mr. Alfred de Musset) Prints G.2000-0458
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (28) Hannibal's passage. In these frowning mountains whose snowy crest / Is like a giant's hoary brow, / Triumphant Hannibal, in order to make himself a path / Puts the Alps in vinaigrette (The Occidentals of Mr. Quinet) Prints G.2000-0459
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (29) Telemachus and Mentor. Seeing his languorous pupil. / Burning for Eucharis with a fire always new / Mentor, with a punch, pitched him straight into the water / To make him abandon the island (Unique quatrain by Mr. Duponchel) Prints G.2000-0460
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (30) Dionysius the tyrant. If he chooses this condition in his sorry fortune, / It is because in the matter of schools / Tyrants always make too much of it, / So that they can fine one [school] in their old age (The late Barthelemy) Prints G.2000-0461
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (31) The fall of Icarus. As the sun roasted his wings, / His old scoundrel of a father, inventor of this contrivance, / Said, watching him fall through the eternal vaults: / Assuredly, this is no good (A poet who travels only by carriage) Prints G.2000-0462
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (32) Telemachus given up to virtue Prints G.2000-0463
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (33) Arion's rescue Prints G.2000-0464
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (34) Vulcan's threads. This nasty metal-worker, knowing that his wife / Talked a little too closely with Mars, / Forged pitiless snares / Gripping both of them as they chatted on the lawn (A bachelor D. M. F. P.) Prints G.2000-0465
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (35) Marius at Carthage Prints G.2000-0466
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (36) Apelles and Campaste [sic]. Knowing that for his tender and ravishing model / Apelles was dying from mad desires / Alexander, behaving like a great king, gave away this beautiful woman / Whom he'd had enough of, anyway (On antique art, poetical essay by Mr. Cavé) Prints G.2000-0467
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (37) Tantalus' torment Prints G.2000-0468
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (38) Mars and Venus. In this erotic snare / Seeing these lovers, all the gods were taken / By that famous Homeric laughter, / Reserved since that time for unfortunate husbands (Familiar quatrain by Mr. A...) Prints G.2000-0469
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (39) Leander. Each night, clad in little, but in galant fashion, / And counting upon his arms of iron, / He crossed an arm of sea / To throw himself into those of his lover (Byron, very mixed poems) Prints G.2000-0470
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (40) Calypso's despair. In the vain hope of forgetting / The ungrateful man for whom her heart bleeds, / This nymphe in her grotto has / Had hung very pretty paper (Fenélon Variant of L[ine] XI) Prints G.2000-0471
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (41) Hippolytus pierced by Cupid Prints G.2000-0472
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (42) Telemachus interrogated by the wise men Prints G.2000-0473
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (43) Œdipus at the Spinx's. This ugly animal with the head of an antiquary, / Said to him: Why, Sir, can you not count / On a pyramid? Then without hesitation / Œdipus replied: It's because they are near Cairo? You can be grateful for an old pun (Lesson by Mr. Raoul-Rochette) Prints G.2000-0474
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (44) The death of Anacreon Prints G.2000-0475
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (45) Endymion Prints G.2000-0476
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (46) The mother of the Graccus Prints G.2000-0477
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (47) Pygmalion. Oh triumph of arts! what was your surprise, / Great scupltor, when you saw your marble come alive, / And with a chaste and gentle manner lean forward / To ask for a pinch [of snuff]. (Count Siméon) Prints G.2000-0478
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (48) Virgil's shepherds Prints G.2000-0479
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (49) The death of Sappho Prints G.2000-0480
DAUMIER, Honoré <Ancient History>: (50) The clemency of Minos. Happy the pale human, who in this black refuge / Arrives, while Minos reads his Charivari; / He is sure to be forgiven, for we know that all judges / Are disarmed when they have laughed (Poetic little advertisement) Prints G.2000-0481
DAUMIER, Honoré <Political Caricatures>: The middle-of-the-road political policy is well, but business is poor Prints G.2000-0482
DAUMIER, Honoré You see, Rouget, being a soldier flatters you... Prints G.2000-0483
DAUMIER, Honoré Procession of the fatted ox Prints G.2000-0484
DAUMIER, Honoré <Parisian Emotions>: (1) Aren't they dreary!... see how they make off!... what it is not to live in property!!!... My little loves, when you come by again we should warn you, we'll burn pastilles from the Seraglio for you... Prints G.2000-0485
DAUMIER, Honoré <Parisian Emotions>: (6) Thank you. Go and dine in the town, my boy Prints G.2000-0486
DAUMIER, Honoré <Parisian Emotions>: (7) Sir is ill Prints G.2000-0487
DAUMIER, Honoré <Parisian Emotions>: (8) Cab here Sir, here Sir... Prints G.2000-0488
DAUMIER, Honoré <Parisian Emotions>: (8) Cab here Sir, here Sir... Prints G.2000-0489
DAUMIER, Honoré <Parisian Emotions>: (13) Robbed!... Pick-pocket Street Prints G.2000-0490
DAUMIER, Honoré <Parisian Emotions>: (15) But waiter, it is unworthy Prints G.2000-0491
DAUMIER, Honoré <Parisian Emotions>: (15) But waiter, it is unworthy Prints G.2000-0492
DAUMIER, Honoré <Parisian Emotions>: (23) Black and white Prints G.2000-0493
DAUMIER, Honoré <Parisian Emotions>: (25) We should scatter with flowers the path of life! Prints G.2000-0494
DAUMIER, Honoré <Parisian Emotions>: (27) That's the limit! I have bought four sizes, just like those there, in my life; Fifine, my first girlfriend; Cocotte, that wench Cocotte! big Mimi, and my wife, like that up there in the corner Prints G.2000-0495
DAUMIER, Honoré <Parisian Emotions>: (28) Eh, there you are my poor chap! How... Prints G.2000-0496
DAUMIER, Honoré <Parisian Emotions>: (29) It's annoying! That passes before... your nose: and you go on your way singing... "Alas! She fled like a shadow!..." Prints G.2000-0497
DAUMIER, Honoré <Parisian Emotions>: (31) Shock Prints G.2000-0498
DAUMIER, Honoré <Parisian Emotions>: (34) A gentleman submerged by his business Prints G.2000-0499
DAUMIER, Honoré <Parisian Emotions>: (36) The cretins! They've sacked me Prints G.2000-0500
DAUMIER, Honoré <Parisian Emotions>: (37) For now...we...are in a mess Prints G.2000-0501
DAUMIER, Honoré <Parisian Emotions>: (38) The origin of Bedouins in Paris Prints G.2000-0502
DAUMIER, Honoré <Parisian Emotions>: (39) The friendship of a great chemist... Prints G.2000-0503
DAUMIER, Honoré <Parisian Emotions>: (40) Strolling during the thaw — R...R..rascal! — What! ... what ... but I told you I aimed at Gugusse... that big boy's a nuisance! — I'm going to complain to your pa... pa... parents and to the Po... Po... Police Superintendent! ... then we'll see! — Eh! you want to see, do you!... wait till I block your other window! Prints G.2000-0504
DAUMIER, Honoré <Parisian Emotions>: (50) A victim of the factions. Ah...ah...at...tchoo!! we're doing well, my nose is pouring too. Mr. Jacqueminot should have drilled some ducks to mount guard in this weather ... and what's more ah... at... tchoo!! what if they caught a cold Prints G.2000-0505
DAUMIER, Honoré <Parisians>: (6) Well yes! As I say... Prints G.2000-0506
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: Weights and measures Prints G.2000-0507
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: Weights and measures Prints G.2000-0508
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (10) Ousted Prints G.2000-0509
DAUMIER, Honoré <Family Proverbs>: (1) Uncle and nephew Prints G.2000-0510
DAUMIER, Honoré <Family Proverbs>: (2) Oh! Monster, you allow yourself to tell me that I'm an old melon, and that my hair is a wig: spare the rod and spoil the child!... Prints G.2000-0511
DAUMIER, Honoré <Musicians of Paris>: (1) Farewell!... by the grace of God... Prints G.2000-0512
DAUMIER, Honoré <Musicians of Paris>: (3) (chorus) "The sun is so beautiful" (separately) knavish weather! (chorus) "And then in my Brittany the sun is so beautiful!..." Long live Loisa Puget!!!!! Prints G.2000-0513
DAUMIER, Honoré <Musicians of Paris>: (3) (chorus) "The sun is so beautiful" (separately) knavish weather! (chorus) "And then in my Brittany the sun is so beautiful!..." Long live Loisa Puget!!!!! Prints G.2000-0514
DAUMIER, Honoré <Musicians of Paris>: (3) (chorus) "The sun is so beautiful" (separately) knavish weather! (chorus) "And then in my Brittany the sun is so beautiful!..." Long live Loisa Puget!!!!! Prints G.2000-0515
DAUMIER, Honoré <Musicians of Paris>: (4) Modern Paganini, burning his forelock in the fire of the performance! Prints G.2000-0516
DAUMIER, Honoré <Musicians of Paris>: (5) "Where could we be better off (repeat.)" "Than in the bosom of the family – " There three artists would find themselves better off in the bosom of the tavern, and their young associate in the bosom of a game of marbles Prints G.2000-0517
DAUMIER, Honoré <Musicians of Paris>: (6) If you knew how pretty you were! pretened to play. — Say nothing do. — You do not love me si — And I shall always be! la mi. Prints G.2000-0518
DAUMIER, Honoré <Caricatures of the Day>: (31) A tenor 's promises Prints G.2000-0519
DAUMIER, Honoré <Caricatures of the Day>: (40) The well of Grenelle Prints G.2000-0520
DAUMIER, Honoré <Caricatures of the Day>: (40) The well of Grenelle Prints G.2000-0521
DAUMIER, Honoré <Caricatures of the Day>: (75) — I say, Madame Giboulard... Prints G.2000-0522
DAUMIER, Honoré <Caricatures of the Day>: (84) Disillusion Prints G.2000-0523
DAUMIER, Honoré <Caricatures of the Day>: (90) An advertisement for a concert Prints G.2000-0524
DAUMIER, Honoré <Review of Caricature>: (25) Academicians working on the dictionary Prints G.2000-0525
DAUMIER, Honoré <Review of Caricature>: (26) A wine marchant thwarted in his bussiness: I say...Father Madzinguin...your campeachy wood [logwood] doesn't stop them from emptying youe barrels in the stream...they're right to say that water always returns to the river!... Prints G.2000-0526
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: A delicate mission Prints G.2000-0527
DAUMIER, Honoré <Parliamentary Scenes>: (1) The electoral visit: — Until tomorrow, dear Mr.Filochard...besides, if I am not elected I will have as my consolation the fact that my candidature has brought me the pleasure of making your acquaintance!...— Oh, Sir!...Oh, Sir!... Prints G.2000-0528
DAUMIER, Honoré <Parliamentary Scenes>: (5) At the Tribune Prints G.2000-0529
DAUMIER, Honoré <Parliamentary Scenes>: (7) The elector's family: We arrived in Paris just this morning and straight away said to ourselves: Let's find our Deputy, he'll show us the interior of the Pantheon, and of the Invalides, and of the Royal Palace, and of the Well of Grenelle... Prints G.2000-0530
DAUMIER, Honoré <Parliamentary Scenes>: (7) The elector's family: We arrived in Paris just this morning and straight away said to ourselves: Let's find our Deputy, he'll show us the interior of the Pantheon, and of the Invalides, and of the Royal Palace, and of the Well of Grenelle... Prints G.2000-0531
DAUMIER, Honoré <Pleasures of the Champs-Élysées>: (1) Well! darling...you have slimmed since last year!...you only weigh three hundred and twenty! [kilos] Prints G.2000-0532
DAUMIER, Honoré <Pleasures of the Champs-Élysées>: (2) — Eh!...Eh!...but it seems that I'm very strong!...— Oh my God!... your dress-coat's much less so... look, it's ripped at the back!... Prints G.2000-0533
DAUMIER, Honoré <Pleasures of the Champs-Élysées>: (3) A electrified warrior Prints G.2000-0534
DAUMIER, Honoré <On the Subject of Interpretations>: (5) — You were caught red-handed Prints G.2000-0535
DAUMIER, Honoré <Imagination>: The sentry Prints G.2000-0536
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (112) You 're wrong to want to post up that...advertisement... Prints G.2000-0537
DAUMIER, Honoré <Strangers in Paris>: (1) The arrival: What, no room!... — Not even for your hat-box... — What about in the sitting-room? — Twenty one Englishmen are in there... — In the attic?... — I've put eleven Savoyards in there... — In the celler?... — Fifteen Polish people have set up home... — Oh! hang it...oh! damnation... oh! Good God!...are we going to spend the night by the side of a milestone?... — That's what you'd better do, because then the night patrol will get you out of trouble quickly by taking you to sleep at the Prefecture of Police's office, Saint Martin cell!... specially reserved for the homeless and poodles without papers!... Prints G.2000-0538
DAUMIER, Honoré <Strangers in Paris>: (2) The indispensable visit to the tailor of the Palais Royal Prints G.2000-0539
DAUMIER, Honoré <Strangers in Paris>: (3) What is called dining in a restaurant: — Waiter!...I 've been in your establishment for an hour and a quarter without having a chair...and you 've still only given the tooth-picks to my wife who's dying of hunger... you 'll make me lose my normal posture, and I'll end up with my feet in the dish... do you understand, waiter! — There now, Sir... there there now, there there!!! Prints G.2000-0540
DAUMIER, Honoré <Strangers in Paris>: (4) Some slight purchases: — Oh!...the beautiful shawls... would you buy me one, dear?... — What!... why didn't you say straightaway that you wanted everything, and we could have started by simply buying up the whole la Ville de Paris shop!... Prints G.2000-0541
DAUMIER, Honoré <Strangers in Paris>: (5) An obliging guide: — Excuse me, Sir... do you know the most direct route to go to la Bourse? — Certainly, with the greatest pleasure... please come this way... you take the left side... follow it all the way along... and la bourse [sic] is there... right at the tip of my finger!... Prints G.2000-0542
DAUMIER, Honoré <Strangers in Paris>: (6) A stir at the Jardin des Plantes: — Help,wife... help... I'm being devoured!... — Don't be frightened... intimidate him with your stare!... but why do you have to get face to face with an elephant!... Prints G.2000-0543
DAUMIER, Honoré <Strangers in Paris>: (7) A slight queue at the door of the Palais de l' Industrie Prints G.2000-0544
DAUMIER, Honoré <Strangers in Paris>: (8) An episode at the Exhibition: As you see... my device is very powerful and [emits] a continuous jet of water...; if needed, it can water the flowers in your garden Prints G.2000-0545
DAUMIER, Honoré <Strangers in Paris>: (9) What are called the seductions of Paris: A stall, see master... this evening you 'll hear Madame Dorus-Grasse and Mr. Bariolhé sing... an excellent stall in the pit... twelve francs...cheaper that at the [ticket] desk! Prints G.2000-0546
DAUMIER, Honoré <Strangers in Paris>: (10) The visit to the Hôtel des Invalides: — It doesn 't smell very good, your broth...how much is it? — Whatever you can give, master... but the minimum is three francs... — Deuce...! I definitely find it a little salty Prints G.2000-0547
DAUMIER, Honoré <Strangers in Paris>: (11) A little trip by omnibus: — Are you going to the exhibition?... — Yes, Sir... look at our notice yourself... at the faubourg St. Jacques you take a connecting [omnibus] which takes you to the Jardin des Plantes... from there you go to Belleville from where they take you directly to the Champs-Élysées Prints G.2000-0548
DAUMIER, Honoré <Strangers in Paris>: (12) A fixed-price dinner: There 's a restaurateur who does things on a large scale... for our thirty two sous he 's given us a stomachache worth twenty francs per head!... Prints G.2000-0549
DAUMIER, Honoré <Strangers in Paris>: (13) A rustic ball of Paris Prints G.2000-0550
DAUMIER, Honoré <Strangers in Paris>: (14) Great waters at Versailles! Prints G.2000-0551
DAUMIER, Honoré <Strangers in Paris>: (15) Strangers stared out by those like themselves: The woman from Carpentras — It's odd...Parisian women are not as elegant as people say!... The woman from Quimper-Corentin — It's extraordinary... the women of the capital are not as daintily turned out as reputation has it!... Prints G.2000-0552
DAUMIER, Honoré <Strangers in Paris>: (16) The Daguerreotype portrait: — Here is the work of the sun..., how coloured it is, hm?... how warm... and all in three seconds! — Well, true...looking at that, you wouldn 't say that I 'd been in the sun for only three seconds... you 'd think I 'd been in it for three years, because I look like a real negro... never mind, it 's a pretty portrait, and my wife will be well pleased!... Prints G.2000-0553
DAUMIER, Honoré <Strangers in Paris>: (17) Shops of greater and greater enormity: — Can you show me, please, where the counter for cotton bonnets is?... — At the end of the 9th aisle on the right, then the 4th on the left, and once you 've arrived at the 15th counter, ask for cotton bonnets; there they 'll show you clearly the way you should take to get there... — Oh! damnation... I 'm very angry at having left my cab at the door of your shop!... Prints G.2000-0554
DAUMIER, Honoré <Strangers in Paris>: (18) The hat that one brings back from Paris: You might well say that that hat will make a great impression in Landerneau!... eighty five francs! it's expensive, duckie... you give yourself marabout stork feathers, but it's I who get plucked!... Prints G.2000-0555
DAUMIER, Honoré <Strangers in Paris>: (19) — Look at that imbecile who hasn't seen that his barrel's leaking... — You're stupid! that's done on purpose, it's chloride that they spread over the streets to disinfect them... it's the Labaraque system, applied to the town of Paris Prints G.2000-0556
DAUMIER, Honoré <Strangers in Paris>: (20) The departure Prints G.2000-0557
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (111) The new manner in which these gentlemen [sic] set about paying... Prints G.2000-0558
DAUMIER, Honoré <Paris in Winter>: (2) An ingenious manner of clearing the roofs Prints G.2000-0559
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (115) Subscribers receiving their newspaper Prints G.2000-0560
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (120) Vendors of L'Epoque Prints G.2000-0561
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (120) Vendors of L'Epoque Prints G.2000-0562
DAUMIER, Honoré <Friends>: (4) Madame Cabassol goes for a sentimental walk in the Jardin des Plantes[?] with the youngest friend of her husband. An unforeseen meeting with the latter, not far from a deer Prints G.2000-0563
DAUMIER, Honoré <Friends>: (7) It is because he is your friend... Prints G.2000-0564
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (121) Diogenes and Alcibiades at the Odéon Prints G.2000-0565
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (124) A day of the eclipse Prints G.2000-0566
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Good Bourgeois>: (3) So! What do you think of me in my new uniform...I think I ought to have a fairly stylish little look!... Prints G.2000-0567
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Good Bourgeois>: (3) So! What do you think of me in my new uniform...I think I ought to have a fairly stylish little look!... Prints G.2000-0568
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Good Bourgeois>: (8) I live a bit high up... but... I enjoy a pretty view! Prints G.2000-0569
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Good Bourgeois>: (20) — It appears they have just seen the sea serpent again in the Indian Ocean! — Is that possible, for goodness sake! — Certainly it's possible, for goodness sake, because I told you that it says so in le Constitutionnel! so!... Prints G.2000-0570
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Good Bourgeois>: (20) — It appears they have just seen the sea serpent again in the Indian Ocean! — Is that possible, for goodness sake! — Certainly it's possible, for goodness sake, because I told you that it says so in le Constitutionnel! so!... Prints G.2000-0571
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (127) — How do you like my shawl... Prints G.2000-0572
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Good Bourgeois>: (25) Wife...it's biting...it's biting! Prints G.2000-0573
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Good Bourgeois>: (65) Six degrees below zero... oh! I wouldn't be more surprised if tonight I was frozen next to you, duckie Prints G.2000-0574
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Good Bourgeois>: (72) An Idyll in the corn fields Prints G.2000-0575
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Good Bourgeois>: (77) Inconvenient to have married a wife who posesses a talent for [sic] accomplishments Prints G.2000-0576
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Good Bourgeois>: (78) The day when it is necessary to make a conquest Prints G.2000-0577
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Good Bourgeois>: (79) Gentle leisure of an ironmonger retired from business Prints G.2000-0578
DAUMIER, Honoré An alibi Prints G.2000-0579
DAUMIER, Honoré An alibi Prints G.2000-0580
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (139) Inconvenient to buy a newspaper which publishes the news twelve hours before the others: — How is it that I buy your newspaper and I don't find any news in it today! — Sir, today's news was in yesterday's paper!... Prints G.2000-0581
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (145) Discussion about the constitution Prints G.2000-0582
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (186) — It's annoying to brush these things... Prints G.2000-0583
DAUMIER, Honoré <Bathers>: (1) I'm not going in again!... I think there are Crabs... Prints G.2000-0584
DAUMIER, Honoré <Bathers>: (6) Journey to Saint-Cloud Prints G.2000-0585
DAUMIER, Honoré <Bathers>: (7) You see, master, you are... of a strength Prints G.2000-0586
DAUMIER, Honoré <Bathers>: (7) You see, master, you are... of a strength Prints G.2000-0587
DAUMIER, Honoré <Bathers>: (10) Hurry up, ugly wretch; have you seen that poodle there, he should have been a sailor, he's made boats for himself with walnut shells, and you're afraid of the four sous pool. Prints G.2000-0588
DAUMIER, Honoré <Bathers>: (15) Look here, Father Coquardeau, it's nice and fresh. — By jove! I quite believe it. Prints G.2000-0589
DAUMIER, Honoré <Bathers>: (18) — I say, Papa Drouillet, with that spread... Prints G.2000-0590
DAUMIER, Honoré <Bathers>: (18) — I say, Papa Drouillet, with that spread... Prints G.2000-0591
DAUMIER, Honoré <Bathers>: (21) Word of honour, Mme Frenouillet... Prints G.2000-0592
DAUMIER, Honoré <Bathers>: (25) Excuse me, Worshipful Mayor... Could you... Prints G.2000-0593
DAUMIER, Honoré <Bathers>: (26) — Look out, Gargouillet, there's the master going by with his wife; we should wash our hair and hang the soap. — Thank you, I've just finished with it. Prints G.2000-0594
DAUMIER, Honoré <Women Bathers>: (1) Naiads of the Seine Prints G.2000-0595
DAUMIER, Honoré <Women Bathers>: (2) — In the summer it's only here... that I feel comfortable Prints G.2000-0596
DAUMIER, Honoré <Women Bathers>: (3) — Dear Baroness, I congratulate you Prints G.2000-0597
DAUMIER, Honoré <Angling>: (1) A hardened angler Prints G.2000-0598
DAUMIER, Honoré <Angling>: (2) It is almost always at the market that Parisian fishermen go to catch their fish. Prints G.2000-0599
DAUMIER, Honoré <Angling>: (3) The stubborn angler Prints G.2000-0600
DAUMIER, Honoré <Angling>: (4) The hook dragging... Prints G.2000-0601
DAUMIER, Honoré <Angling>: (5) Woe to the Angler with rod and line who finds himself in the way of a steam boat! Prints G.2000-0602
DAUMIER, Honoré <Angling>: (6) The danger of passions Prints G.2000-0603
DAUMIER, Honoré <Angling>: (6) The danger of passions Prints G.2000-0604
DAUMIER, Honoré <Parisian Boating Men>: (1) Well! Rigobert Prints G.2000-0605
DAUMIER, Honoré <Parisian Boating Men>: (14) A man in to the sea: — Harpoon him more vigorously... we won't get him without! — And you, hold his legs in the air, that's the important thing!... nothing gives you a cold more than getting the soles of your feet wet!... Prints G.2000-0606
DAUMIER, Honoré <Parisian Boating Men>: (20) Naval combat — So! you insult my flag... you wait, you wait I'll make you founder with fire... or rather with water from the port-hole, from port and starbord! Prints G.2000-0607
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Railways>: (10) The bath-carriages Prints G.2000-0608
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Railways>: (10) The bath-carriages Prints G.2000-0609
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Railways>: (12) — Guard!... Guard!... stop in the name of heaven!... I've got stomack-ache!... — Impossible.. the management forbids it!... but in two and a quarter hours we'll be in Orleans!... Prints G.2000-0610
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Railways>: (14) How are they going to have atmospheric railways!... Prints G.2000-0611
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Hunt>: (1) If I could hunt the rain... Prints G.2000-0612
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Hunt>: (3) A poor family man who appeals to you!... Prints G.2000-0613
DAUMIER, Honoré <Review of Caricature>: (33) Academy of women Prints G.2000-0614
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Blue-stockings>: (3) Goodbye, my dear, I am going to my editors'... Prints G.2000-0615
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Blue-stockings>: (4) Goodbye, Ophélia!... Don't forget... Prints G.2000-0616
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Blue-stockings>: (5) I say, Bichette... What are you thinking of... Prints G.2000-0617
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Blue-stockings>: (10) So!... They haven't noticed my novel again today! now these journalists occupy themselves each morning with the Lièvres [Hares]... with the Perdreaux [Young Patridges]... with the Bécasses! [Snipes]... and they do not think of me... it is unthinkable!... Prints G.2000-0618
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Blue-stockings>: (11) Take that further away... impossible to work... Prints G.2000-0619
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Blue-stockings>: (12) To think that Arsinoé was not happy to be the sitter for her portrait... Prints G.2000-0620
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Blue-stockings>: (13) — Sir, excuse me if I inconvenience you a little... but you understand that I'm now writing a new novel, and I need to consult a multitude of old authors!... — (The Gentleman, aside) Old authors!... Heavens, she should have consulted them while they were alive, for she must have been their contemporary!... Prints G.2000-0621
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Blue-stockings>: (14) Devilish bawling child, go!... Prints G.2000-0622
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Blue-stockings>: (15) The woman of letters in the humanities applying herself to man, to famously philosophical reflections! Prints G.2000-0623
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Blue-stockings>: (16) Bichette... Come and tie my bowtie!... Prints G.2000-0624
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Blue-stockings>: (17) (The pit at the Odéon) — The author!... the author!... the author!... — Gentlemen, your impatience will be satisfied... you wish to know who is the author of this play which has just received such a great, and I should say, such justifiable, success... the author... is meeeeee! Prints G.2000-0625
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Blue-stockings>: (18) Oh my idolised Victor... a poetic idea has come to me!... Prints G.2000-0626
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Blue-stockings>: (19) Hell and damnation!... Hissed!... Prints G.2000-0627
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Blue-stockings>: (20) Oh woe!... to have dreamed... a husband Prints G.2000-0628
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Blue-stockingsz>: (21) Goodbye my dear Flora... Don't forget... Prints G.2000-0629
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Blue-stockings>: (22) The blue-stocking declaiming her play — Act 6 Scene 1... the theatre shows a tiger asleep in the desert... Rosalba barely drags herself forward, and does so with even greater difficulty because of her five children and her aged father: — Rosalba falls at the foot of a date-palm covered with coconuts, and cries in despair: Oh heaven, when will our torments finish. — The entire audience (in a low voice): 'and ours, too, when will they finish, oh heaven! ' Prints G.2000-0630
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Blue-stockings>: (23) The artist has represented me at the moment when I am writing... Prints G.2000-0631
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Blue-stockings>: (24) Since Virginie has obtained the seventh honourable mention... Prints G.2000-0632
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Blue-stockings>: (25) The president shouting at the top of her voice: Ladies!... Prints G.2000-0633
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Blue-stockings>: (26) Oh pleasure of opium, how you enrapture me!... Prints G.2000-0634
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Blue-stockings>: (27) It's curious... many ideas come to me... that... Prints G.2000-0635
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Blue-stockings>: (31) Follow my argument carefully, Eudoxie... Prints G.2000-0636
DAUMIER, Honoré <Pro-divorce Women>: (1) — Women citizens... it is rumoured that divorce is on the point of being denied to us... let us organise ourselves permanently here and declare that the fatherland is in danger!... Prints G.2000-0637
DAUMIER, Honoré <Pro-divorce Women>: (3) — Husbands are merely a vain people, think [about that]!... Prints G.2000-0638
DAUMIER, Honoré <Pro-divorce Women>: (4) — Oh! Sir, try to... Prints G.2000-0639
DAUMIER, Honoré <Pro-divorce Women>: (5) A toast to the emancipation of women, by women already emancipated with a vengeance Prints G.2000-0640
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (184) To say that Proudhon does not want... Prints G.2000-0641
DAUMIER, Honoré <Women Socialists>: (1) The uprising against husbands is proclaimed the most sacred of duties! Prints G.2000-0642
DAUMIER, Honoré <Women Socialists>: (2) — How beautiful you make yourself, my dear?... Prints G.2000-0643
DAUMIER, Honoré <Women Socialists>: (3) — It seems that the clubs are going to be completely closed... — The reac[tionaries]... They would never have dared to do that before the dissolution of the legion of Vesuvian Women!... Prints G.2000-0644
DAUMIER, Honoré <Women Socialists>: (7) — Oh! You are my husband, oh! you are the master... well, I have the right to bundle you out of your home... Jeanne Derouin proved that to me yesterday evening!... go and explain yourself to her!... Prints G.2000-0645
DAUMIER, Honoré <Women Socialists>: (8) — The delegates of the central socialist club have rejected... Prints G.2000-0646
DAUMIER, Honoré <Women Socialists>: (9) Rejected... one door remains open to me... Prints G.2000-0647
DAUMIER, Honoré <Sketches of the Day>: (27) The Representative's wife Prints G.2000-0648
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (40) — It is not true that this tragedy contains beauties of the first order... and yet it was refused by the committee of the Théâtre Français and even by that of the Odéon... there is only one thing left: I am going to leave my manuscript with the caretaker of the Gymnasium, without giving my name! Prints G.2000-0649
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (52) 1st Blue-stocking — Let us profit from the occasion... Prints G.2000-0650
DAUMIER, Honoré Celebrrrrrrated Painting Jury: composed of a Composer, an Astronomer, a Mathematician, several Architects and a Chemist. — The Chemist (yawning)... in... the... fi... nal... an...alysis..., and because on the painting Jury there is no Painter! What if we went to dinner. Prints G.2000-0651
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Salon of 1840>: Ascension of Jesus Christ: After the original Picture by M[r]. Brrdhkmann Prints G.2000-0652
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Salon of 1840>: Pilgrimage of St. Roch: after the original picture by PÉTRAL VILERNOMZ Prints G.2000-0653
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Salon of 1840>: Pilgrimage of St. Roch: after the original picture by PÉTRAL VILERNOMZ Prints G.2000-0654
DAUMIER, Honoré The Salon of 1842: Charmed to see himself exhibited, the original seen here takes his wife to the Salon, and places her in front of his own image, in order to rejoice in the crowd's judgment. —Look, say some, it's Chinese Commissioner Lin! —No, says others, don't you see that it's a bit of natural history! — It is, joins in a gentleman with a catalogue, it is the portrait of Mr. D..., insurance broker. —Well, with a bonce like that he needn't insure it, because no one would steal it. (His lady wife leaves, extremely flattered.) Prints G.2000-0655
DAUMIER, Honoré The Salon of 1842: Charmed to see himself exhibited, the original seen here takes his wife to the Salon, and places her in front of his own image, in order to rejoice in the crowd's judgment. —Look, say some, it's Chinese Commissioner Lin! —No, says others, don't you see that it's a bit of natural history! — It is, joins in a gentleman with a catalogue, it is the portrait of Mr. D..., insurance broker. —Well, with a bonce like that he needn't insure it, because no one would steal it. (His lady wife leaves, extremely flattered.) Prints G.2000-0656
DAUMIER, Honoré <Caricatures of the Day>: The bourgeois at the Salon: Let's see... What's that?... (reading from his catalogue) "No. 387. Portrait of Mr. B*** stock-broker"... well... well!... oh! how stupid I am... 386 is the portrait of Mr. B***, this is a portrait of a bull by Mr. Bracassat... I'd also say... that the idea of having yourself painted with horns as big as that... after that, you can't refuse a stock-broker anything Prints G.2000-0657
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (122) The last day for the submission of pictures: — Heavens above! — we're already here and my picture isn't finished... I'm annoyed at having hired my porter for the whole day, I would sooner have had him carry it by the hour!... Prints G.2000-0658
DAUMIER, Honoré <Scenes from the Studios>: (1) — Madam, I am greatly honoured!... Prints G.2000-0659
DAUMIER, Honoré <Scenes from the Studios>: (2) A Frenchman painted by himself Prints G.2000-0660
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Artists>: (1) In search of a forest in the Champagne region Prints G.2000-0661
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Artists>: (2) — One day I shall have to get you to make my portrait in that style... Prints G.2000-0662
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Artists>: (3) — Do you notice a civilised spot... Prints G.2000-0663
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Artists>: (4) Inconvenient to send a bad picture to the Salon: — They wrote above my forest! — Spinach twelve to the metre! — And me, on my magnificent study worthy of Géricault, they had the barbarity to stick this notice! this is a horse, don't mistake it for a donkey since it will be confused with the artist! Prints G.2000-0664
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Salon of 1857>: (5) The sad countenance of Sculpture placed in the middle of Painting Prints G.2000-0665
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (399) The last week before the opening of the Salon: Chorus — Take courage, get to work; my friends are always there!... Prints G.2000-0666
DAUMIER, Honoré <Sketches Taken by Daumier at the Exhibition>: (2) In front of the picture by Mr. G[ustave]. Moreau Prints G.2000-0667
DAUMIER, Honoré <Sketches Taken by Daumier at the Exhibition>: (4) — Personally, what I like in the sculpture room is that you can always find somewhere to sit down!... Prints G.2000-0668
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Public at the Exhibition — sketch by H. Daumier> (sequel): — And you, what do you think is the best Prints G.2000-0669
DAUMIER, Honoré <Sketch Taken at the Salon by Daumier>: A fantastic painter: — See, look how I visualise the apotheosis of a martyr... — But I can make out only the legs of your figure. — The head's already in the sky... that proves he's a saint!... Prints G.2000-0670
DAUMIER, Honoré <Sketch Taken by Daumier at the Salon>: (1) (but numbered: "2") : — This year yet more Venuses... always Venuses!... as if there were women made like that!... Prints G.2000-0671
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (1) I didn't tell you to go and make yourself into... sugar! I told you to go and cook yourself! Prints G.2000-0672
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (2) Oh you who offer me white and brown sugar. At present I can only put you in salad. Prints G.2000-0673
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (3) Master, me can't no longer work de cane!...cos de French eat de sugar from beet, me got fat, me can't budge at all Prints G.2000-0674
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (4) This shows you a great battle which one may believe to be commanded by General Crunch Beet! It will not enter the historical Museum of Versailles and should serve as a pendant to the Battles of Cannes Prints G.2000-0675
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (6) Remove yourself from there so I can get in Prints G.2000-0676
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (5) Political scene in which interest always forms a Crescent Prints G.2000-0677
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (5) Political scene in which interest always forms a Crescent Prints G.2000-0678
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (99) IMPRESSIONS OF A JOURNEY BY A GREAT POET: "One of the curiosities of Frankfurt that will soon disappear, I fear, is the butcher's shop. it [sic] is impossible to see a more splendid pile of fresh flesh. The bloody butchers and pink butchers' wives chat gracefully under garlands of legs of mutton. A red stream, its colour barely altered by two gushing fountains, runs and smokes in the middle of the street!" (The Rhine by Victor Hugo Volume 2 page 357) Prints G.2000-0679
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (86) THE FINAL PROOF: After this effort, he slowly turned up his eyes, and slept constitutionally in the bosom of eternal forgetfulness Prints G.2000-0680
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (103) LE CONSTITUTIONEL [sic] AND THE WANDERING JEW: Let's be on our way, old chap, on our way... if even I can't make you walk it's certainly because your illness is too constitutional!... Prints G.2000-0681
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (105) THE REJUVENATION OF THE CONSTITUTIONEL [sic] FOLLOWING THE REJUVENATION OF AESON: I read in Mr. de Chompre's book that the aged Aeson was in earlier times perfectly rejuvenated by making him simmer in a stew-pot with a multitude of small spices, such as marshmallow roots, lizard, sticks of liquorice and toads... but the precise recipe of this stew has been lost... I have imagined new ingredients, but unfortunately they are devilishly expensive! I think I would have done better to preserve my old fellow by —having him stuffed by Mr. Gannat! Prints G.2000-0682
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (108) BERNARD LÉON (in the role of Mignot in Marie Mignot): ... if only you knew how you wrong a cook when you disturb his timetables! ... Prints G.2000-0683
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (110) — Great Prince Muley, son of Muley, do you deign to place yourself in the shade beneath this object... the Englishman who had the kindness to make over this object to me for a hundred gold pieces told me that it was of excellent use in all the storms of life... — Let me be... it's useless... the day when the French took away my parasol, I caught sunstroke from which I shall never recover!... Prints G.2000-0684
DAUMIER, Honoré GRRRREAT HOUSEHOLD REMOVAL OF THE CONSTITUTIONNEL Prints G.2000-0685
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (125) MARRIAGE OF THE EPOCH AND THE CONSTITUTIONNEL: Bilboquet — Virtuous couple, I unite you and bless you... go... lay your format crosswise, and multiply your annuals!... Prints G.2000-0686
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (125) MARRIAGE OF THE EPOCH AND THE CONSTITUTIONNEL: Bilboquet — Virtuous couple, I unite you and bless you... go... lay your format crosswise, and multiply your annuals!... Prints G.2000-0687
DAUMIER, Honoré THE URCHIN OF PARIS AT THE TUILERIES: — Crikey!... how you sink into it. Prints G.2000-0688
DAUMIER, Honoré All is lost! except the cash... Prints G.2000-0689
DAUMIER, Honoré Last meeting of the ex-ministers Prints G.2000-0690
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (163) THE NAPOLEONIC CONSTITUTIONNEL: The Constitutionnel places itself heroically at the head of the Frankish corps recruited from the rue de Valois and the rue de Poitiers to uphold the cause of Prince Louis Prints G.2000-0691
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (164) NAPOLEONIC-PACKET-BOAT Prints G.2000-0692
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (171) Messrs Victor Hugo and Emile Garardin seeking to elevate Prince Louis on a shield, that's not very stable! Prints G.2000-0693
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (172) The Napoleonic newspapers leaving the National Assembly after the vote declaring that General Cavaignac has deserved well of the country Prints G.2000-0694
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (192) The terrible Girardo-Girardini piercing with his pen the unfortunate Thiers. Prints G.2000-0695
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (7) THE FRIENDS OF PEACE —THE RESULT OF A DISCOURSE BY COQUEREL Prints G.2000-0696
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (7) THE FRIENDS OF PEACE — THE RESULT OF A DISCOURSE BY COQUEREL Prints G.2000-0697
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (9) — Mr. Cabassol, how can you still take up arms, after having attended three meetings of the Peace Congress! — Precisely, I'm mounting guard to avoid being at war with my sergeant-major Prints G.2000-0698
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (9) — Mr. Cabassol, how can you still take up arms, after having attended three meetings of the Peace Congress! — Precisely, I'm mounting guard to avoid being at war with my sergeant-major Prints G.2000-0699
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (18) TIME TO RETURN TO THE CLASSROOM Prints G.2000-0700
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (19) THE CONSTITUTIONNEL CONTEMPLATING THE POLITICAL HORIZON Prints G.2000-0701
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (20) Young Estancelin is obliged to return to school! Prints G.2000-0702
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (23) IN THE ORIENT: Exchange of diplomatic notes and telegraphic signals Prints G.2000-0703
DAUMIER, Honoré THE TEMPTATION OF THE NEW St. ANTHONY: In that particular time, a great and fat sinner named Véron felt himself touched by grace: having reflected that the Press was a priesthood, he became a hermit and retired to a wild place in the midst of the steepest mountains of Montmartre. There, he spent his days and nights in prayer, and as a means of mortification, imposed upon himself as a penitence the continual re-reading of the list of subscribers to the Constitutionnel. — For his only food, Véron took at long intervals a light fragment of Regnauld pâté. — The Devil, irritated by this edifying yet unexpected conversion employed different strategies to make St. Véron succumb to his temptations, but our noble coenobite knew how to resist those things which until recently had held so many charms for him: Satan, who had taken the form of the Constitutionnel in order come in person to tempt St. Véron, returned to the road for Paris, furious. — The anchorite of Montmartre has, since this time, been placed in the rank of the greatest saints which Parisian journalism honours, and is especially supplicated by the unfortunates who have a head cold. Prints G.2000-0704
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (25) Mr. CRÉMIEUX LOOKING FOR AN APPARTMENT: — If I rent this lodging, I would like the proprieter to take down this dreadful portrait... oh! but, Good God, it's a mirror!... Prints G.2000-0705
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (33) A MORNING VISIT TO THE ÉLYSÉE: — But Mister Véron, you leave only one sub-prefecture at my disposal! Prints G.2000-0706
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (36) This chariot still rolls on... This chariot still rolls on, in vain did they want to put sticks in the wheels! Prints G.2000-0707
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (49) The knight Véron defying the Charivari, in a singular battle in the closed field of the 6th Chamber of the Palace of Justice Prints G.2000-0708
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (49) The knight Véron defying the Charivari, in a singular battle in the closed field of the 6th Chamber of the Palace of Justice Prints G.2000-0709
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (50) THE NEW St. SEBASTIAN: Virgin and Martyr Prints G.2000-0710
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (50) THE NEW St. SEBASTIAN: Virgin and Martyr Prints G.2000-0711
DAUMIER, Honoré <MEMORIES OF THE PEACE CONGRESS>: (1) Victor Hugo, in a lecture of three points, demonstrates the futility of military glory, and proves by example that the crown of laurels could be replaced to advantage by a crown of roses! this gives him the advantage of making a novel effect of his forehead. Prints G.2000-0712
DAUMIER, Honoré <MEMORIES OF THE PEACE CONGRESS>: (2) SECOND MEETING: An American orator proves in an irrefutable manner that the only means of pacifying humankind is to force all men to wear, like him, a green hat, which they should never remove except in the evenings, when going to bed. No one even dared to contest this opinion. Prints G.2000-0713
DAUMIER, Honoré <MEMORIES OF THE PEACE CONGRESS>: (2) SECOND MEETING: An American orator proves in an irrefutable manner that the only means of pacifying humankind is to force all men to wear, like him, a green hat, which they should never remove except in the evenings, when going to bed. No one even dared to contest this opinion. Prints G.2000-0714
DAUMIER, Honoré <MEMORIES OF THE PEACE CONGRESS>: (3) Third and final meeting of the Peace Congress —Everyone kisses, and it is over! Prints G.2000-0715
DAUMIER, Honoré <MEMORIES OF THE PEACE CONGRESS>: (3) Third and final meeting of the Peace Congress —Everyone kisses, and it is over! Prints G.2000-0716
DAUMIER, Honoré <MEMORIES OF THE PEACE CONGRESS>: (4) Having finished their work, and having, through three days of speeches, definitively guaranteed world peace, the Congress members of St. Cecilia's room decide to take a triumphal, but peaceable, walk in the Paris streets! Prints G.2000-0717
DAUMIER, Honoré <MEMORIES OF THE PEACE CONGRESS>: (4) Having finished their work, and having, through three days of speeches, definitively guaranteed world peace, the Congress members of St. Cecilia's room decide to take a triumphal, but peaceable, walk in the Paris streets! Prints G.2000-0718
DAUMIER, Honoré <MEMORIES OF THE PEACE CONGRESS>: (5) Mr. Cobden's disciples, in the exercise of their pacific duties Prints G.2000-0719
DAUMIER, Honoré <MEMORIES OF THE PEACE CONGRESS>: (5) Mr. Cobden's disciples, in the exercise of their pacific duties Prints G.2000-0720
DAUMIER, Honoré <MEMORIES OF THE PEACE CONGRESS>: (6) Universal Peace haveing been decreed, the honorable sir Cobden [sic] finds a way of using the generals who crossed their arms. Prints G.2000-0721
DAUMIER, Honoré <CHARIVARI SKETCHES or DISCORDANT SKETCHES>: (2) — I say, President, it's impossible to catch a hare this year... they won't stay still... — That's because the government forgot to make them immovable... Prints G.2000-0722
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (58) Mimi Véron finally believes to have found the true means of pulverising his enemy Prints G.2000-0723
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (67) Three saints in the same Holy-water Basin Prints G.2000-0724
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (70) THE TREE OF LIBERTY: — What! not a friend to shout: death-trap! Prints G.2000-0725
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (73) Pastime that should be forbidden to eminent political persons, because it exposes them to compromise the European balance. Prints G.2000-0726
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (75) THE SETTLEMENT OR YOUR LIFE: The delicate manner assumed by the English in reclaiming a debt from a friendly people: —Twenty four hours to pay the interest at twelve per cent! Prints G.2000-0727
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (85) PAINFUL SITUATION OF THE POOR LITTLE KING OF GREECE: The Englishman — Here's a brat that I could only make one mouthful of!... The Russian — Would you please leave this little man alone — you see, I'm defending him! Prints G.2000-0728
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (81) The arrival in Alsace of the extraordinary Commissioner Coco Romieu. Prints G.2000-0729
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (80) Achilles Véron retiring to his tent. Prints G.2000-0730
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (86) PLACE DE LA BASTILLE: — Buy a crown from me, citizen! Prints G.2000-0731
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (93) Mr. Thiers at the Music-lectern of Notre-Dame de Lorette. Prints G.2000-0732
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (95) The Diversion! Prints G.2000-0733
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (96) View taken at Père Lachaise Prints G.2000-0734
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (96) View taken at Père Lachaise Prints G.2000-0735
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (97) The soothsayers of Empire prepare themselves to consult the entrails of sacred ducks before Caesar chooses other ministers. Prints G.2000-0736
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (97) The soothsayers of Empire prepare themselves to consult the entrails of sacred ducks before Caesar chooses other ministers. Prints G.2000-0737
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (99) THE FEAST OF BALTAZAR-VÉRON Prints G.2000-0738
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (98) A churchwarden 's dream Prints G.2000-0739
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (94) The Emperor Nicholas working in his study Prints G.2000-0740
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (106) A parricide Prints G.2000-0741
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (107) Political puppets Prints G.2000-0742
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (114) Citizen Auguste Thiers trying out a new costume Prints G.2000-0743
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (116) THE 4 MAY CELEBRATIONS: The Burgraves decorating with some flowers the statue of the Republic. / ( This part of the programme could not be carried out, / we do not know for what reasons.) Prints G.2000-0744
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (118) The only costume truly appropriate to this person who was wrongly qualified for the title of Burgrave. Prints G.2000-0745
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (119) LEGEND OF THE YEAR 1850: St. Montalembert, renouncing leading Parisians in the way of virtue, returns towards heaven, escorted by seraphim who wanted to help him in his pious enterprise. (Daumier pinxit) Prints G.2000-0746
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (124) MIMI VÉRON'S REMEDY: apothecary-in-chief of the Constitutionnel—Take it... take it, this is the only thing that can save you! Prints G.2000-0747
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (124) MIMI VÉRON'S REMEDY: apothecary-in-chief of the Constitutionnel—Take it... take it, this is the only thing that can save you! Prints G.2000-0748
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (128) Mr. DUPIN IN HIS SMALL SHOES: Seeing that the law on electoral reform will be warmly discussed; Mr. Dupin thought that this was the moment to present himself... to Clamecy. Prints G.2000-0749
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (128) Mr. DUPIN IN HIS SMALL SHOES: Seeing that the law on electoral reform will be warmly discussed; Mr. Dupin thought that this was the moment to present himself... to Clamecy. Prints G.2000-0750
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (127) Lilliputians trying to profit from the sleep of a new Gulliver Prints G.2000-0751
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (129) A BAD FARE Prints G.2000-0752
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (129) A BAD FARE Prints G.2000-0753
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (130) Political gnats Prints G.2000-0754
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (140) The new Icaruses Prints G.2000-0755
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (142) THE POLITICAL HIGH-LIVERS: (France.) — Hum!... hum!... that seems to me to be a pretty poor dish! Prints G.2000-0756
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (142) THE POLITICAL HIGH-LIVERS: (France.) — Hum!... hum!... that seems to me to be a pretty poor dish! Prints G.2000-0757
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (145) The Emperor Soulouque, having learned that a European journalist permitted himself to criticise some of the acts of his administration, arrived to sieze the guilty man and plunged him into a cooking pot full of boiling tar — All with the hope that this would serve as a lesson to this hack and that he would not write a second article against his majesty. (Official prefect of Haiti.) (Note from le Charivari) — This ingenious method to curb the deviations of the Press is recommended for the meditation of the Burgraves. Prints G.2000-0758
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (146) Poodles and fundholders going to congratulate the National Assembly on the rejection of the tax proposed on the transfer of funds and on the canine order. Prints G.2000-0759
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (146) Poodles and fundholders going to congratulate the National Assembly on the rejection of the tax proposed on the transfer of funds and on the canine order. Prints G.2000-0760
DAUMIER, Honoré GREAT AND TERRIBLE CRUSADE UNDERTAKEN BY THE BURGRAVES AGAINST THE JOURNALISTS Prints G.2000-0761
DAUMIER, Honoré GREAT AND TERRIBLE CRUSADE UNDERTAKEN BY THE BURGRAVES AGAINST THE JOURNALISTS Prints G.2000-0762
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (185) Attached through their grandeur to the bank of the Seine, the ministers Parrieu and Rouher consoled themselves at not being able to pass the holidays in their mountains by dancing a bourrée from their birthplace, behind the closed doors of one of the rooms in the Ministry of Justice. Prints G.2000-0763
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (198) A member of the society of the tenth of December taking up the note la to bawl long live the Emperor... with two botttles as the tuning-fork. Prints G.2000-0764
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (2) Members of the aid society of the tenth of December in the exercise of their philanthropic duties Prints G.2000-0765
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (3) A DECEMBRUISED: — Well!... it seems that the neighbour will also have found himself somewhere along the President of the Republic's passage! Prints G.2000-0766
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (3) A DECEMBRUISED: — Well!... it seems that the neighbour will also have found himself somewhere along the President of the Republic's passage! Prints G.2000-0767
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (5) The aftermath of a political discussion between the two old burgraves and friends Berryer and Larochejaquelin Prints G.2000-0768
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (6) RATAPOIL and CASMAJOU: The most active members of the philanthropic society of the tenth of December: the portraits drawn from nature, and truly striking. Prints G.2000-0769
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (6) RATAPOIL and CASMAJOU: The most active members of the philanthropic society of the tenth of December: the portraits drawn from nature, and truly striking. Prints G.2000-0770
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (7) A MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF FIVE: Messrs de Lévis, de Pastoret d'Ecars and de St. Priest deigning to allow the plebeian Berryer join them in order to regulate the destiny of the new France. Prints G.2000-0771
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (14) The new upholsterer to the crown occupying himself in recovering the seat of the throne. Prints G.2000-0772
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (24) A RECONCILIATION (A scene from high comedy): — I embrace you, but still hold a grudge against you! — I press you to my heart, but you'll pay for it! Prints G.2000-0773
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (24) A RECONCILIATION (A scene from high comedy): — I embrace you, but still hold a grudge against you! — I press you to my heart, but you'll pay for it! Prints G.2000-0774
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (29) AT THE DOOR OF THE ÉLYSÉE [PALACE]: — Sirs, the Prince has told me to tell you that he is not there! — What! does he no longer wish to follow our advice? — No. he [sic] claims that you've already stuffed him full of it as it is... — Hapless France! hapless Prince! Prints G.2000-0775
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (41) Knock and it shall be opened unto you! Prints G.2000-0776
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (35) EX-MEMBERS OF THE EX-SOCIETY OF THE EX-TENTH-OF-DECEMBER: —To be forced to drink beer when they paid for such good wine for us!... Prints G.2000-0777
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (39) The King of Prussia and the Emperor of Austria preparing to engage in a great battle Prints G.2000-0778
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (40) The Emperor of Austria and the King of Prussia deciding to fight with new weapons Prints G.2000-0779
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (66) A REPLASTERING: — My little chap, you demolish [it] in vain!...I'm going to replaster that very thing!... Prints G.2000-0780
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (64) Memory of the day of 18 January — Burst of machine-gun fire from the Baroche-Ministry Prints G.2000-0781
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (90) Two future great dignitaries of the Empire, Mimi Véron and Coco Romieu Prints G.2000-0782
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (99) Alliance between the Bonapartists and the Capuchins Prints G.2000-0783
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (103) A New Convert Prints G.2000-0784
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (110) The oath of the Horatii renewed Prints G.2000-0785
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (111) The Burgraves going to war Prints G.2000-0786
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (109) THE NEXT DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES AT THE FRENCH ACADEMY: 1st for virtue and religion... Louis-Mimi Véron Prints G.2000-0787
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (122) Means proposed by the Charivari to Mr. Léon Faucher for avoiding telegraphic errors from now on Prints G.2000-0788
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (116) An Autodafé in the 19th century: — a touching religious ceremony organised with the solicitude of the reverends Montalembert and Veuillot Prints G.2000-0789
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (120) A Ministry returned to the water Prints G.2000-0790
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (123) The Hercules of the Champ-Élysées Prints G.2000-0791
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (125) Going for political information to General Changarnier 's caretaker Prints G.2000-0792
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (115) A POLITICAL VALET'S COUNCIL: — Prince... you should only touch the Constitution with a glove that reaches the elbow... I offer you mine! Prints G.2000-0793
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (121) The Horatii of the Élysée Prints G.2000-0794
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (130) — What an odd game!...each player finds that he has the King!... Prints G.2000-0795
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (139) An unexpected conversation Prints G.2000-0796
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (142) The blind men Prints G.2000-0797
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (144) Give it wide berth! Prints G.2000-0798
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (145) The new Oedipus before the new Sphinx Prints G.2000-0799
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (145) The new Oedipus before the new Sphinx Prints G.2000-0800
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (151) The good Mr. Ratapoil promised them that after they'd signed his petition skylarks would fall for them ready roasted Prints G.2000-0801
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (152) Masquerading as a Bonapartist Prints G.2000-0802
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (158) A stampede of Lilliputians who had tried to garrote Universal Suffrage during his sleep Prints G.2000-0803
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (159) REAPPEARANCE OF THE GILDED YOUTH IN1851: — My word of honour, we absolutely must get wid of this wepublic tomowwow!... Prints G.2000-0804
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (160) MR.GUIZOT'S PARROT: "Your insults will never equal the height of my disdain!" Prints G.2000-0805
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (175) Confusion of the fusion! Prints G.2000-0806
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (177) UNNECESSARY REGRETS!: — What a pity that this phenomenon should die on the very day of its birth!... it should have been admired by all the courts of Europe!... Prints G.2000-0807
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (186) — Doctor, I assure you that I am not as ill as you say I am!... Prints G.2000-0808
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (178) Project for a Statue to be raised to Odilon-Nimrod Prints G.2000-0809
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (179) They wanted to snuff out even the Sun Prints G.2000-0810
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (180) — This is not the only time you will replace us!... Prints G.2000-0811
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (183) TRYING HIS STRENGTH: — Confound it, how you're going at it...you're going to end up demolishing that head for me!... Prints G.2000-0812
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (184) AN UNLUCKY FIGHTER: See, here, my friend Léon, gulp this down for me... it's Argenteuil balsam...it's worked every time one of my men has been unwise enough to separate from my gang and has got a frightful beating up!...another time, don't go out alone against the majority!... Prints G.2000-0813
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (189) The Lord de Berryer having himself received as a Knight into the philanthropic-military order of the Tenth-of-December Prints G.2000-0814
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (185) A dangerous route Prints G.2000-0815
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (194) To a known air: — Oh! Richard, oh! my king, the universe abandons you, On the earth there is thus only you interested in your person. Prints G.2000-0816
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (196) IN NAPLES: The best of kings continuing to make order reign in his dominions Prints G.2000-0817
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (199) A meeting of the electoral union Prints G.2000-0818
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (200) A VISIT TO THE CONVICT-PRISON IN NAPLES: Mr.Gladstone — And what do you call this man? he doesn't look like a villain. The Gaolor — Don't you believe any of it, on the contrary,he's a demagogue, an old constitutional minister of 1848 called Carlo Poërio. In his inexhaustible clemency the best and most worthy of kings ordered that we chain him to an assassin, so that he might return to the good. He'd have been completely lost if we'd left him with another demagogue. Prints G.2000-0819
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (203) Casmajou — I think that the time has come to claim as the price for my devotion the reward of a frock-coat! Ratapoil — Well, now, do you think my boots leave nothing to be desired in connection with the sole! (Together) (in chorus) — Oh, the ingratitude of Governments! Prints G.2000-0820
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (207) Saint Rosette Tamisier continuing the course of her miracles by transforming Father Veuillot into an angel Prints G.2000-0821
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (214) THE TEMPTER Prints G.2000-0822
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (239) SKETCH TAKEN AT LE HAVRE: The well clad gentleman — I'm leaving for California.The gentleman with few clothes — And I'm just returning from there! Prints G.2000-0823
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (239) SKETCH TAKEN AT LE HAVRE: The well clad gentleman — I'm leaving for California.The gentleman with few clothes — And I'm just returning from there! Prints G.2000-0824
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (221) Low-relief in spiced bread destined to pass down to the remotest posterity the memory of the entry of General Léon Faucher into the town of RHEIMS Prints G.2000-0825
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (234) — I can't believe my telescope... England holds out her arms to Kossuth!... Prints G.2000-0826
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (231) Beginning the electoral visits for his Prince Prints G.2000-0827
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (247) — You will finish by tiring of attacking me... poor little Myrmidons!... Prints G.2000-0828
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (257) Commerce: How do you think I can walk if you always hold me back! Prints G.2000-0829
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (262) Commerce: — When then, gentlemen, are you going to finish playing that game... paying all tha costs of the party is beginning to annoy me!... Prints G.2000-0830
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (22) A NEW FARNESE HERCULES Prints G.2000-0831
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (30) Being caned Prints G.2000-0832
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (299) IN A GARDEN AT AUTEUIL: Becoming more and more misanthropic as a result of his political vexations and wishing to flee the world completely, doctor Véron withdrew to the bottom of his cravat. Prints G.2000-0833
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (15) — These poor animals... they're so disfigured that you can't even recognise them... they who've been such good friends for five years!... oh! Mister Barbaroux, we're living in truly sad times!... Prints G.2000-0834
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (6) I have seen the days of my entire family cut short And I have seen my husband dragged through the dust! (Andromaque) Prints G.2000-0835
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (9) Doctor Véron releasing all the Constitutionnel's ducks on to the enraged dogs Prints G.2000-0836
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (18) All the Parisian women who own dogs are following the example given to them by Madam de Saint Frémont and are coming to withdraw their subscription to the Constitutionnel Prints G.2000-0837
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (19) The enemy of dogs having had the imprudence to leave Auteuil in order to come and walk in Paris Prints G.2000-0838
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (19) Given nightmares by the shadows of his victims Prints G.2000-0839
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (17) Where they well know a former phamacist Prints G.2000-0840
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (295) Doctor Véron, having given up politics, its pomp and its works, retires to the country, at Auteuil, and gives himself up to the favourite passtimes of Arcadia's ancient shepnerds: the true sage consoles himself for everything with Philosophy and a clarinet. Prints G.2000-0841
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (2) Doctor Véron refusing all forms of consolation Prints G.2000-0842
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (14) The emotion of Doctor Véron, believing himself to be pursued by an enraged dog Prints G.2000-0843
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (34) The Triumph of Paganism Prints G.2000-0844
DAUMIER, Honoré <PHYSIOGNOMY OF THE ASSEMBLY>: (1) Below the upper vignette: Assault on the tribune; Below the lower vignette: The waiting room — They ask for Mr. Ferdinand Prints G.2000-0845
DAUMIER, Honoré <PHYSIOGNOMY OF THE ASSEMBLY>: (2) Below the upper vignette: View of Mr. Dupin rendering himself at the Assembly; Below the lower vignette: Tribune of the Gentlement of the national guard Prints G.2000-0846
DAUMIER, Honoré <PHYSIOGNOMY OF THE ASSEMBLY>: (2) Below the upper vignette: View of Mr. Dupin rendering himself at the Assembly; Below the lower vignette: Tribune of the Gentlement of the national guard Prints G.2000-0847
DAUMIER, Honoré <PHYSIOGNOMY OF THE ASSEMBLY>: (3) Below the upper vignette: After a lively and animated discussion; Below the lower vignette: Two famous profiles Prints G.2000-0848
DAUMIER, Honoré <PHYSIOGNOMY OF THE ASSEMBLY>: (3) Below the upper vignette: After a lively and animated discussion; Below the lower vignette: Two famous profiles Prints G.2000-0849
DAUMIER, Honoré <PHYSIOGNOMY OF THE ASSEMBLY>: (4) Below the upper vignette: The outer hall; Below the lower vignette: Ordinary meeting Prints G.2000-0850
DAUMIER, Honoré <PHYSIOGNOMY OF THE ASSEMBLY>: (5) Below the upper vignette: Triumphal entry of Oscar and Théobald; Below the lower vignette: 25 f[rancs] per day — Wealth comes by sleeping! Prints G.2000-0851
DAUMIER, Honoré <PHYSIOGNOMY OF THE ASSEMBLY>: (6) Below the upper vignette: The bussiness of the representatives especially charged, in the assembly, with representing seducers.... ; Below the lower vignette: Lagrange delivering himself of a sparkle of eloquence by becoming too carried away Prints G.2000-0852
DAUMIER, Honoré <PHYSIOGNOMY OF THE ASSEMBLY>: (7) Below the upper vignette: Pierre Leroux daring to address the demi-god Barrot; Below the lower vignette: Pierre Leroux, having set forth to the tribune his social doctriness, [that are] no less tangled than his hair, receives a hand-shakes from his friends, who, in a fashion, appear to have understood them Prints G.2000-0853
DAUMIER, Honoré <PHYSIOGNOMY OF THE ASSEMBLY>: (8) Below the upper vignette: A cabriolet bearing an unfortunate resemblance; Below the lower vignette: After the meeting, Auguste and Arthur stop being serious politicians and become again foolish young people... Prints G.2000-0854
DAUMIER, Honoré <PHYSIOGNOMY OF THE ASSEMBLY>: (8) Below the upper vignette: A cabriolet bearing an unfortunate resemblance; Below the lower vignette: After the meeting, Auguste and Arthur stop being serious politicians and become again foolish young people... Prints G.2000-0855
DAUMIER, Honoré <PHYSIOGNOMY OF THE ASSEMBLY>: (9) Below the upper vignette: A tiring discourse for the president; Below the lower vignette: Mischief which willingly afforded room to young Estancelin, at a time when the majestic Barrot was President of the Council of Ministers, the majestic Barrot no longer resembling a sun, but a comet Prints G.2000-0856
DAUMIER, Honoré <PHYSIOGNOMY OF THE ASSEMBLY>: (9) Below the upper vignette: A tiring discourse for the president; Below the lower vignette: Mischief which willingly afforded room to young Estancelin, at a time when the majestic Barrot was President of the Council of Ministers, the majestic Barrot no longer resembling a sun, but a comet Prints G.2000-0857
DAUMIER, Honoré <PHYSIOGNOMY OF THE ASSEMBLY>: (10) Below the upper vignette: The day when there is news; Below the lower vignette: The two most saintly persons in the Legislative Assembly Prints G.2000-0858
DAUMIER, Honoré <PHYSIOGNOMY OF THE ASSEMBLY>: (10) Below the upper vignette: The day when there is news; Below the lower vignette: The two most saintly persons in the Legislative Assembly Prints G.2000-0859
DAUMIER, Honoré <PHYSIOGNOMY OF THE ASSEMBLY>: (11) Below the upper vignette: Imposing ceremony of the ballot; Below the lower vignette: Different ways of drinking the Parliamentary glass of sugarwater Prints G.2000-0860
DAUMIER, Honoré <PHYSIOGNOMY OF THE ASSEMBLY>: (12) Below the upper vignette: Mister Stenographer, you've reproduced my speech well, but you've forgotten to note down at different passages: — Long live feeling,... I've just made these little corrections; Below the lower vignette: General Lebreton advancing to the order Prints G.2000-0861
DAUMIER, Honoré <PHYSIOGNOMY OF THE ASSEMBLY>: (13) Below the upper vignette: Mr. Berger, known as The Lofty One, receiving the homage which is certainly due to him on all accounts; Below the lower vignette: The great manœuvre of wooden knives commanded by General Baraguay d'Hilliers. Prints G.2000-0862
DAUMIER, Honoré <PHYSIOGNOMY OF THE ASSEMBLY>: (14) Below the upper vignette: Lucien Murat and Antony Thouron, whom they persist in calling Thouret, we don't know why; Below the lower vignette: The President's hat serving as a snuffer of discussion Prints G.2000-0863
DAUMIER, Honoré <PHYSIOGNOMY OF THE ASSEMBLY>: (15) Below the upper vignette: When the boring orator is at the tribune; Below the lower vignette: — See here gentlemen, a little moderation... we're in the corridor... these insults are only acceptable when we're in a meeting! Prints G.2000-0864
DAUMIER, Honoré <PHYSIOGNOMY OF THE ASSEMBLY>: (16) Below the upper vignette: Bineau the Savage making his entry as minister; Below the lower vignette: — Well, so it's no cleverer than that to talk from the tribune? — Yes, but you, Pierre, you're listening to me too politely, you should say something stupid from time to time, [because] without that there's no longer any illusion, we're not in a meeting any more! Prints G.2000-0865
DAUMIER, Honoré <PHYSIOGNOMY OF THE ASSEMBLY>: (16) Below the upper vignette: Bineau the Savage making his entry as minister; Below the lower vignette: — Well, so it's no cleverer than that to talk from the tribune? — Yes, but you, Pierre, you're listening to me too politely, you should say something stupid from time to time, [because] without that there's no longer any illusion, we're not in a meeting any more! Prints G.2000-0866
DAUMIER, Honoré <PHYSIOGNOMY OF THE ASSEMBLY>: (17) Below the upper vignette: The day poor Théobald learned he'd been ousted; Below the lower vignette: The French enjoying their right to do sentry duty at the doors of the National Assembly Prints G.2000-0867
DAUMIER, Honoré <PHYSIOGNOMY OF THE ASSEMBLY>: (18) Below the upper vignette: — You see, how well little Estancelin speaks for his age, and in front of everybody, and without crying... unlike you Anatole, he's a great satisfaction to his parents! ; Below the lower vignette: The meeting is suspended Prints G.2000-0868
DAUMIER, Honoré <PHYSIOGNOMY OF THE ASSEMBLY>: (19) Below the upper vignette: Evening party at Mr. Dupin's; Below the lower vignette: Queue for the public tribune Prints G.2000-0869
DAUMIER, Honoré <PHYSIOGNOMY OF THE ASSEMBLY>: (20) Below the upper vignette: Cabal at the great man's; Below the lower vignette: A private reprimand Prints G.2000-0870
DAUMIER, Honoré <PHYSIOGNOMY OF THE ASSEMBLY>: (20) Below the upper vignette: Cabal at the great man's; Below the lower vignette: A private reprimand Prints G.2000-0871
DAUMIER, Honoré <PHYSIOGNOMY OF THE ASSEMBLY>: (21) Below the upper vignette: Young Estancelin's entry into the class; Below the lower vignette: Leaving the class Prints G.2000-0872
DAUMIER, Honoré <PHYSIOGNOMY OF THE ASSEMBLY>: (21) Below the upper vignette: Young Estancelin's entry into the class; Below the lower vignette: Leaving the class Prints G.2000-0873
DAUMIER, Honoré <PHYSIOGNOMY OF THE ASSEMBLY>: (22) Below the upper vignette: Two phenomena, free spectable; Below the lower vignette: Taschereau in the exercise of his interruptions Prints G.2000-0874
DAUMIER, Honoré <PHYSIOGNOMY OF THE ASSEMBLY>: (23) Below the upper vignette: Meeting at night; Below the lower vignette: After seven o'clock in the evening, the little ones daren't leave the room without the big ones Prints G.2000-0875
DAUMIER, Honoré <PHYSIOGNOMY OF THE ASSEMBLY>: (24) Below the upper vignette: Every day he asks to speak, but when given the opportunity, never uses it; Below the lower vignette: Mr. de Montalembert in the Pulpit of the National Assembly Prints G.2000-0876
DAUMIER, Honoré <PHYSIOGNOMY OF THE ASSEMBLY>: (25) Below the upper vignette: A solicitor on the look-out for Bineau the Savage, minister of public works. Below the lower vignette: The friendship of a great man is a kindness of the gods! — Particularly on a rainy day and when the gutters are full. Prints G.2000-0877
DAUMIER, Honoré <PHYSIOGNOMY OF THE ASSEMBLY>: (26) Below the upper vignette: During a break in the meeting; Below the lower vignette: Young Estancelin permitting himself to leave his seat in order not to miss a word the orator says. Prints G.2000-0878
DAUMIER, Honoré <PHYSIOGNOMY OF THE ASSEMBLY>: (27) Below the upper vignette: When a boring orator ascends the tribune; Below the lower vignette: The boring orator continuing a speech begun two hours earlier Prints G.2000-0879
DAUMIER, Honoré <PHYSIOGNOMY OF THE ASSEMBLY>: (28) Below the upper vignette: A little meeting in the refreshment-room; Below the lower vignette: Arrival of a representative in a 'colimaçon' Prints G.2000-0880
DAUMIER, Honoré <PHYSIOGNOMY OF THE ASSEMBLY>: (29) Below the upper vignette: What you see almost every day; Below the lower vignette: In the corridors, — on days when there is talk of a new conspiracy Prints G.2000-0881
DAUMIER, Honoré <PHYSIOGNOMY OF THE ASSEMBLY>: (31) Below the upper vignette: Mr. Laurent (of the Ardèche) passing before the ministers' bench; Below the lower vignette: A speech interlarded with apostrophe Prints G.2000-0882
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARLIAMENTARY IDYLLS>: (1) THE HARVEST: As by your efforts the piled sheaves / Raise the pyramid with pointed top, / Clyto, the housewife of calm and gentle bearing, / Steeps the cabbage soup in the earthenware amphora (The Georgics, inedited translation by Mr. Ponsard) Prints G.2000-0883
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARLIAMENTARY IDYLLS>: (2) THE INDISCREET FAUNS: Come, Cholë come my sister; / amenable to my entreaties, / The virgin with the golden quiver has rid these glades./ Of fauns and Taschereaus./ Thus speaks Nisa. Laughing between the boughs / Two hidden Taschereaus turn upon those hips. /The ardour of their treacherous gaze. (Short-lived Poems by Count de Mantalembert.) Prints G.2000-0884
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARLIAMENTARY IDYLLS>: (4) FLORA AND ZEPHYR (DE LA MEURTHE.): Lightly he balances himself / On a foot barely skimming the water's surface:/ Flora who admires him in silence / Says to herself. / Ah! God damn it all, how beautiful he is! (Translated from Anacreon by Ratapoil, retired police colonel, member of Châlons sur Marne society of literature and of the society of the Tenth-of-December in Paris) Prints G.2000-0885
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARLIAMENTARY IDYLLS>: (9) Come to play in the field, /A roguish urchin said to him; / Barrot, from good humour / Does not suspect until too late! / In vain he strives, / But once you have allowed yourself to be deceived / There, as elsewhere, a lost position, / Is difficult to regain! Moral stanzas By General d'Hautpoul. (cultivating the Muses in secret.) Prints G.2000-0886
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARLIAMENTARY IDYLLS>: (12) Cupid, a shrewd god, but full of vanity, / Bounds upon the table at the risk of a sprain, / In order to prove that his figure is wholly beautiful, / Between the two candlesticks he shows them his torso! Prints G.2000-0887
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARLIAMENTARY IDYLLS>: (13) Before the session opens anew. / Let us harvest the fruits that Pomona grants us. / Come, says Thiers to Molé, let us make a store / Of a few apples of discord. Prints G.2000-0888
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARLIAMENTARY IDYLLS>: (15) How sweet it is, how sweet it is on the slope of a valley, / Far form the noise and shouts of the troublesome crowd, / In the middle of a beautiful day, to invoke Apollo / And at night to address sonnets to the moon. Prints G.2000-0889
DAUMIER, Honoré <French Types>: (2) The tailor: He walks with an arched back, his shoulders like a coat-stand and his elbows turned outwards. His suits, cut in the latest fashion, often clash with his boots and hat, he nearly always has a very euphonical name such as Wahaterkermann or Pikprunmann. Prints G.2000-0890
DAUMIER, Honoré <French Types>: (4) The public scribe: The public scribe is the confidant of chambermaids, the poet for cooks, the amourous interpreter for soldiers and the jurisconsult of caretakers. His calling is the final refuge for defective educations and fashions the invalids of literature. Prints G.2000-0891
DAUMIER, Honoré <French Types>: (4) The public scribe: The public scribe is the confidant of chambermaids, the poet for cooks, the amourous interpreter for soldiers and the jurisconsult of caretakers. His calling is the final refuge for defective educations and fashions the invalids of literature. Prints G.2000-0892
DAUMIER, Honoré <French Types>: (11) The Restaurant owner: This Gentleman who wipes the tables, arranges the stools, greets everyone and gravely walks about with a serviette in his hand, he is the master of the establishment. He has from Fifteen to Fifty thousand pounds revenue... How much has Châteaubriant ?... Prints G.2000-0893
DAUMIER, Honoré <Parisian Freebooters>: (2) The Municipal Pawnshop's Pawn-ticket: Sir, the freebooter says to you, I haven't got the means to redeem my watch, and this evening I'm leaving for my home region. You buy the pawn-ticket, you redeem the watch. It was pledged for 20 f[rancs] and is worth a hundred sous. Prints G.2000-0894
DAUMIER, Honoré <Parisian Freebooters>: (6) The Umbrella-trick: The freebooter takes advantage of the storm [,] going about it in the manner you see [here]... he pushes his umbrella into the face of a passer-by and seizes his victim's Watch, Purse or Pocket-book. Prints G.2000-0895
DAUMIER, Honoré <Parisian Freebooters>: (12) The Crocodile: This has to do with a variety of species of Crocodile, which was known to the ancients under the name of Tantalus and which a Gymnasium naturalist of our time has called the Gastronome without money. This voracious whale-like creature is most commonly found in the localities of Merchants of Eatables. His teeth are pointed and very long from lack of exercise, since he uses only his eyes to devour. When he has had the perseverance to remain for a whole day static in front of his prey he sometimes ends up by having the luck to catch... a crick in the neck. He feeds himself only on desires and vain hopes, he is also remarkably thin. Very different from other fish of his species that swim in open water, this type of Crocodile is always in the dry. Prints G.2000-0896
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE BACHELOR'S DAY>: (1) 7 O'CLOCK IN THE MORNING: Mr. Coquelet's awakening: Minette and Azor argue over the paternal kiss Mr. Coquelet smiles at this touching rivalry. Prints G.2000-0897
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE BACHELOR'S DAY>: (2) 8 O'CLOCK IN THE MORNING: (Housework): The spectable of nature liftes the soul! Mr. Coquelet, in order to divert himself from the cares of housework, comes to his window to seek out the scent of flowers and the song of the ... canary. Prints G.2000-0898
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE BACHELOR'S DAY>: (3) Mister Coquelet remaining a batchelor through selfishness shares his frugal breakfast with Azor and Minette. Prints G.2000-0899
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE BACHELOR'S DAY>: (4) 10 O'CLOCK IN THE MORNING: Mr. Coquelet having met in the Botanical Gardens Miss Palissandre to whom he had the honour of offering a pink pompon on the 1st of May 1804, has secured a meeting, and having gone to the expense of a pair of gloves for 29 sous, glances into his mirror before setting out on the amourous adventure. Prints G.2000-0900
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE BACHELOR'S DAY>: (5) 11 O'CLOCK IN THE MORNING: Mr. Coquelet wishing to offer a bouquet of violets to Miss Palissandre, reproaches himself for his prodigality; and washing his handkerchief with his own hands, clears his conscience by means of this economy. Prints G.2000-0901
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE BACHELOR'S DAY>: (6) — Without doubt Mr. Riflot the right to petition is sacred, but is abused! witness that which you're talking to us about: to tax bachelors for being useless to the population! I'am angry about it for married people; but it has to be said that of [bachelors] there is no one, more than I Coquelet, who has helped the population. Prints G.2000-0902
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE BACHELOR'S DAY>: (7) ONE O'CLOCK: A walk in the Luxembourg: Go on scoundrel. gulp it down! you'll see what it's like to be thrown into the water by a r... r... r... ras... scal like you!!. Prints G.2000-0903
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE BACHELOR'S DAY>: (8) 2 O'CLOCK: Azor's snack: What's the matter, dear chap, this animal has only me, you, you've got everyone. Prints G.2000-0904
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE BACHELOR'S DAY>: (9) THREE O'CLOCK: Mister Coquelet at the court of petty sessions; he admires this institution which shelters impudent people and the undertakings of corrupt beings. Prints G.2000-0905
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE BACHELOR'S DAY>: (9) THREE O'CLOCK: Mister Coquelet at the court of petty sessions; he admires this institution which shelters impudent people and the undertakings of corrupt beings. Prints G.2000-0906
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE BACHELOR'S DAY>: (10) 5 O'CLOCK IN THE AFTERNOON: Mr Coquelet you're an unsociable being, d'you understand with your dog; that's twice when I've had 149, he jumps on the table and jumbles it all up. Your dog's and accomplice!... and you're an old cheat. Prints G.2000-0907
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE BACHELOR'S DAY>: (11) SEVEN O'CLOCK: Mr. Coquelet goes home... my word! dear chap, with honourable intentions. a neighbour 45 years old; a very pleasant little widow; but the heart has no part in it:... Prints G.2000-0908
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE BACHELOR'S DAY>: No.12: 9 O'CLOCK IN THE EVENING: Mr Coquelet snuffing out his light finishes a day which, resembling yesterday and tomorrow, describes the exact picture of the bachelor's life! Prints G.2000-0909
DAUMIER, Honoré <Affectation>: (1) There Sir!... and then after this, you're going to run off to see the others!... Prints G.2000-0910
DAUMIER, Honoré <Affectation>: (2) I said to myself: do they think we're from the rue des Lombards?... There's a little air about you which is not that of a confectioner at all. Prints G.2000-0911
DAUMIER, Honoré <Affectation>: (6) Damn boots!... that'll teach me to want to make my feet small!!... Prints G.2000-0912
DAUMIER, Honoré <Affectation>: (8) (He reads a letter) A meeting, it could be from that little Mrs. Giraud!... yes... but perhaps it's from her husband who wants to nab me and give me a thrashing. Prints G.2000-0913
DAUMIER, Honoré <SENTIMENTS AND PASSIONS>: (4) This Gentleman, on leaving the Tavern where he has lost his last twenty francs, thinks of Rotschild [sic]; of fillets of St. Cloud; of selling his matress, ... of everything, except... not playing again. Prints G.2000-0914
DAUMIER, Honoré <Proverbs and Maxims>: (1) A hungry stomach has no ears. Prints G.2000-0915
DAUMIER, Honoré <Proverbs and Maxims>: (3) Parience is the virtue of asses. Prints G.2000-0916
DAUMIER, Honoré <Proverbs and Maxims>: (7) Little presents sustain friendship. Prints G.2000-0917
DAUMIER, Honoré <Proverbs and Maxims>: (8) To a good cat a good rat. Prints G.2000-0918
DAUMIER, Honoré <Proverbs and Maxims>: (8) To a good cat a good rat. Prints G.2000-0919
DAUMIER, Honoré <Proverbs and Maxims>: (9) love Bertrand, love his dog. Prints G.2000-0920
DAUMIER, Honoré <Proverbs and Maxims>: (10) Don't put your finger between the wood and the bark. Prints G.2000-0921
DAUMIER, Honoré <Proverbs and Maxims>: (11) Take your advantages where you find them Prints G.2000-0922
DAUMIER, Honoré <Proverbs and Maxims>: (12) There's a sucker! personally, I agree with the proverb: "What's good to take is good to keep." Prints G.2000-0923
DAUMIER, Honoré <BOHEMIANS OF PARIS>: (1) THE SELLER OF SECURITY [WATCH] CHAINS: The security [watch] chain is so called because it is a secure means of knowing that the ninny who buys it owns a watch. Accomplices stationed in the vicinity are not slow to turn this sign to a profit. Bertrand sold the chain, Macaire deals with the watch. Prints G.2000-0924
DAUMIER, Honoré <BOHEMIANS OF PARIS>: (2) THE GLEANER: What, not a needle,... not a handkerchief!... there's no longer any means of doing your job... it's the banker's wives, they don't leave anything lying around!... Prints G.2000-0925
DAUMIER, Honoré <BOHEMIANS OF PARIS>: (4) THE GATHERER OF CIGAR BUTTS: They're not going to stop, those chaps there! they're bailiffs' clerks, they'll smoke them to ashes, and no means of getting plugs of tabacco from them. Prints G.2000-0926
DAUMIER, Honoré <BOHEMIANS OF PARIS>: (7) THE PUFFER OF CUSTOMERS: About the word puff! (scans, lies in wait for, cheat's dictionary.) Under the appearance of a simple loafer this individual is dedicated to business in security [watch] chains, hall-marked gold gems; silver pencil-cases and other encumbrances of the public way, he scents the police constable; and when the security of [watch] chains is compromised he clears off wth the shop! Prints G.2000-0927
DAUMIER, Honoré <BOHEMIANS OF PARIS>: (8) THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL FRIEND: Ah! dear friend; how stout you've become... let me embrace you! let me embrace you! (the instant after, it was nothing but a mistake and the gentleman discovers that his extempore friend wished to make the acquaintance of... his watch!) Prints G.2000-0928
DAUMIER, Honoré <BOHEMIANS OF PARIS>: (9) SPONGER: Let's see! a first class wedding at Véry's! forward with the white gloves, I shall greet the bride as a friend of the groom... and the groom; as an acquaintance of the bride! Prints G.2000-0929
DAUMIER, Honoré <BOHEMIANS OF PARIS>: (10) THE CHIEF ADMINISTRATOR OF THE EMPIRE: Deuce, deuce! I've taken advantage of Véry, Véfour, the Café Anglais, I've disappeared without paying, on the pretext of an important post I'm waiting for... here am I descended to 32 sous dinners and they give me my bill... I shall have to change my standing... I'm going to play the banker who's forgotten his purse. Prints G.2000-0930
DAUMIER, Honoré <BOHEMIANS OF PARIS>: (12) THE BAILIFF'S MAN: They call us enemies of liberty!... what are those young fellows there complaining about... they're being taken in a carriage, and they've got a page, at the back... there's a kind of one! Prints G.2000-0931
DAUMIER, Honoré <BOHEMIANS OF PARIS>: (15) THE OLD ROUÉE: So I'm going to be a door-keeper in the rue du Mont-Blanc in a large house where my husband says they'll call us porters. So I'm going to leave this ramshackle place where there're only four tenants who give me five sous apiece for a New Year's present... Scum!!!... Prints G.2000-0932
DAUMIER, Honoré <BOHEMIANS OF PARIS>: (17) THE WORKER FOR A LABOUR EXCHANGE: Employed at fifteen sous a day, as a secret bill-poster, what a fate! They're asking for a replacement, by Jove, as are my hat and my clothes, and above all my last night's supper's asking for a replacement! Prints G.2000-0933
DAUMIER, Honoré <BOHEMIANS OF PARIS>: (19) THE CLAQUER: By Jingo; we're going to need to liven it up this evening, a new play in three acts; the comic wants me to burst out laughing, the heroine wants me to cry, the author wants me to stamp up to the old heavy mother, who wants me to applaud her... there's ... work for you. Prints G.2000-0934
DAUMIER, Honoré <BOHEMIANS OF PARIS>: (22) THE CLOTHES SELLER: "Closes to sell!... any hats, shoes, old clothes to sell!" This trade fourishes at carnival time in the vicinity of the schools of law and medicine: the student willingly sells his wardrobe to get himself a stevedore's costume, a wife, a small thimble-full of champagne and limitless tittle-tattle! Prints G.2000-0935
DAUMIER, Honoré <BOHEMIANS OF PARIS>: (24) THE KNIGHT OF THE GOLDEN SPUR: This so-called former Colonel of the Papal Guard, later aide-de-camp to the Prince of Monaco, awaiting as a prize for his services a distinguished post in the Government!... he would, however, willingly accept a tabacconist's shop or a position as an inspector of [street] sweeping; besides [this] he is a gallant man like all knights of his order, for a trifle demanding satisfaction from five-year-old children, perfectly making excuses from the moment you look at him in the face. Prints G.2000-0936
DAUMIER, Honoré <BOHEMIANS OF PARIS>: (27) COUNTRY ACTORS: — Yes, my dear fellow, yes the barbarians hissed at me in Cinna; and what's more you've seen me in Cinna! emudassyu — Yes, I flatter myself that I've seen you, but don't you see that the provincials are hard up; open at the Français, go and find Mr.J.J., get yourself looked after, ask for one hundred thousand francs per year and they'll applaud you...but you want success with 1500F[rancs] salaries and at Beauvais...greenhorn! Prints G.2000-0937
DAUMIER, Honoré <TRIVIAL THINGS>: (1) Eleven degrees centigrade! what a bad turn it gives you! and they call this a year of mercy! Prints G.2000-0938
DAUMIER, Honoré <TRIVIAL THINGS>: (2) Blast it! they're happier than thier master, these blackguardly boots!...they're drinking!... Prints G.2000-0939
DAUMIER, Honoré <TRIVIAL THINGS>: (3) — Come! my young friend, shake me firmly by the hand...that's good. — (aside) Oh! there, there now! "The friendship of a strong man is a flail of the Gods" Prints G.2000-0940
DAUMIER, Honoré <TRIVIAL THINGS>: (3) — Come! my young friend,shake me firmly by the hand...that's good. — (aside) Oh! there, there now! "The friendship of a strong man is a flail of the Gods" Prints G.2000-0941
DAUMIER, Honoré <TRIVIAL THINGS>: (4) — Don't leave your friend in that state! — Him my friend!...that's my doorkeeper. Prints G.2000-0942
DAUMIER, Honoré <TRIVIAL THINGS>: (4) — Don't leave your friend in that state! — Him my friend!...that's my doorkeeper. Prints G.2000-0943
DAUMIER, Honoré <TRIVIAL THINGS>: (5) Oh, what the devvvvvil!... lady we'd such a good time they was eighteen on us, they was no men nor women, we was all from the Auvergne what the devvvvvvvvil!!!!!... Prints G.2000-0944
DAUMIER, Honoré <TRIVIAL THINGS>: (5) Oh, what the devvvvvil!... lady we'd such a good time they was eighteen on us, they was no men nor women, we was all from the Auvergne what the devvvvvvvvil!!!!!... Prints G.2000-0945
DAUMIER, Honoré <TRIVIAL THINGS>: (6) — Is it to you or to the Gentleman who's your brother that I have the honour of speaking? — It is to my brother, Sir. Prints G.2000-0946
DAUMIER, Honoré <TRIVIAL THINGS>: (7) — Come to dinner, my wife dines in town: we will be fellows together. — Ah, deuce, I have a migraine! (aside) and his wife who is waiting for me at home! Prints G.2000-0947
DAUMIER, Honoré <TRIVIAL THINGS>: (8) — Don't talk to me about it, it's pitiful:there's a man who's spent his week's money on strong drink, you should look after such unfortunates... — Well at least, pick him up!... — Certainly not... he didn't get drunk at my place! Prints G.2000-0948
DAUMIER, Honoré <TRIVIAL THINGS>: (9) — Where to, master? is it by the hour or by the journey? — Rue St.Honore. — What number? — I've told you Rue St.Honore: — What number? — I don'tknow! — Oh well sorry! it's by the hour!... Prints G.2000-0949
DAUMIER, Honoré <TRIVIAL THINGS>: (10) You; my friend! how did you know I'm a widower; after twenty years of hard lab...[our]... no to setting up house: you see I'm beginning to recover myself and you're suggesting to me a second marriage...Ragoulot, will you let go of me! Prints G.2000-0950
DAUMIER, Honoré <GALLERY OF PHYSIONOMY>: (3) An absorbing read. Prints G.2000-0951
DAUMIER, Honoré <GALLERY OF PHYSIONOMY>: (10) Oh! my wife is dead! Prints G.2000-0952
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF EXPRESSIONS>: (6) My dear man, I congratulate you, your picture has a repturous effect!! — Yes, I find that myself, too. Prints G.2000-0953
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF EXPRESSIONS>: (13) Emna [sic]!...I love you!... Prints G.2000-0954
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF EXPRESSIONS>: (14) My dear fellow, may I have the pleasure of your lending me 15 frcs.[francs]. — Willingly, but I've only got ten. — Deuce!...deuce!... give them to me anyway, you can owe me five. Prints G.2000-0955
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF EXPRESSIONS>: (17) Mistah Guguste and my mummy they wanted to go bye-byes, they were tired and..and...and what they said to me was...go and play in the garden, and I... and I...didn't make any noise and I played. Prints G.2000-0956
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF EXPRESSIONS): (17) Mistah Guguste and my mummy they wanted to go bye-byes, they were tired and..and...and what they said to me was...go and play in the garden, and I... and I...didn't make any noise and I played. Prints G.2000-0957
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF EXPRESSIONS>: (19) (Aside) God! my poor boy how ugly you are! (Aloud) My respects to your wife. (Aside) When you've got a face like yours, you shouldn't go out during the day. Prints G.2000-0958
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF EXPRESSIONS>: (28) Henri!... you judge me too harshly!... Prints G.2000-0959
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF EXPRESSIONS>: (29) Wretched sleeper, be off with you!... Prints G.2000-0960
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF EXPRESSIONS>: (30) You'll see!...you'll see! that'll stop the blood as if by hand!... Prints G.2000-0961
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF EXPRESSIONS>: (34) Damn it, Sir, don't move your hands, you'll lose the pose! Prints G.2000-0962
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF EXPRESSIONS>: (35) It's her poor cat that's died... — Oh! the poor little woman, how sorry she must be... Prints G.2000-0963
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF EXPRESSIONS>: (38) The Charade: My first of my lot still keeps going... Horse...Silver...Public Road...good heaven!!!...that's not going Prints G.2000-0964
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF EXPRESSIONS>: (39) Come f... kiss this master...at once... Prints G.2000-0965
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF EXPRESSIONS>: (40) Nothing like it for a head-cold, it's worth Gold!!!... Prints G.2000-0966
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF EXPRESSIONS>: (42) Missus Bonneau!... missus Bonneau!... I love missus Bonneau, me!...you sya,she said to you that I told her!...it's not...true!... Prints G.2000-0967
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF EXPRESSIONS>: (43) Marie!...Marie!...she deceives me... Prints G.2000-0968
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF EXPRESSIONS>: (46) The Crow, having sung all summer, ... — The Papa — The Crow..., the crow having sung.... begin it again for me at once... Prints G.2000-0969
DAUMIER, Honoré <Double Faces>: (1) The Uncle-The Nephew: [On the left of the page, vertically]: (The Nephew, aloud) I've been given a little too much, that's bad — (The Uncle, aside) I'll inherit from my nephew, how strange! [On the right of the page,vertically]: (The Uncle, aloud) I'm not well, my friend. — (The Nephew, aside)Things are going well, I'm going to inherit from him. Prints G.2000-0970
DAUMIER, Honoré NEW YEAR'S DAY Prints G.2000-0971
DAUMIER, Honoré ORCHESTRA IN FULL SWING Prints G.2000-0972
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIANS TYPES>: (1) Well, clever! how do you find him!... — Yes.yes...but in the end... — Yes...yes...yes!... Prints G.2000-0973
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIANS TYPES>: (2) Don't bention it I've got a cold in the 'ead and can't see clearly ,by dear!... Prints G.2000-0974
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIANS TYPES>: (3) ...NOT MUCH GOOD? WHAT!!... Prints G.2000-0975
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIANS TYPES>: (4) OLD SCOUNDREL!!... Prints G.2000-0976
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIANS TYPES>: (5) ...DOMINO!!... Prints G.2000-0977
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIANS TYPES>: (6) Well there you are, what've you got there? — Don't talk to me about it; we've got people to stay and I've just done my shopping. Prints G.2000-0978
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIANS TYPES>: (7) THERE!...GREAT TIMES FOR GREEN PEAS... Prints G.2000-0979
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIANS TYPES>: (7) THERE!...GREAT TIMES FOR GREEN PEAS... Prints G.2000-0980
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIANS TYPES>: (7) THERE!...GREAT TIMES FOR GREEN PEAS... Prints G.2000-0981
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIANS TYPES>: (9) There are nevertheless people who look like that?...Isn't that so, Mr. Durandet Prints G.2000-0982
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIANS TYPES>: (10) OH WELL! TOO BAD!...WE'LL PLEAD... I LIKE THAT BETTER!!... Prints G.2000-0983
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIANS TYPES>: (11) You argue like a suger cane! — And you, like a suger beet! Prints G.2000-0984
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIANS TYPES>: (23) MEMORIES Prints G.2000-0985
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIANS TYPES>: (24) The Primary School Teacher: I will be honoured by your son!...what a pretty person!!! Prints G.2000-0986
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIANS TYPES>: (25) REGRETS Prints G.2000-0987
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIANS TYPES>: (26) Yes, Sir, your respectable air encourages me: you see in me a first tenor who has lost his DO, but who still has his wife. With eighteen children, and nothing more! nooo... thing mmmm... ore; lend me fifteen pounds or so! — I've only got a forty franc piece on me! — I'll give it back to you! Prints G.2000-0988
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIANS TYPES>: (27) Oh! [it's] absolutely as if you were there, the big woman's taking off her corset, the little one's hunting for a flea. Prints G.2000-0989
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIANS TYPES>: (28) A SAMPLE of what is sometimes called the Beaus of Paris. Prints G.2000-0990
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIANS TYPES>: (28) A SAMPLE of what is sometimes called the Beaus of Paris. Prints G.2000-0991
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIANS TYPES>: (29) Discomfort in talking to people who have a mania for putting thier story into action. — Yes dear Sir, do you think that the rrrrascal was allowed to laugh in my face. You know I won't stand for that. So, I punched him... there, like that, do you see, and I shook you... there, like that... vigorously. Prints G.2000-0992
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIANS TYPES>: (30) — My God! Missus Bombec, what hit you? — Don't mention it,dear lady, the horror! the world's become so ferocious that I'd rather be the gatekeeper at the zoo. You know that Bezuchet on the fifth floor who tells everyone that her not-so great daughter, whose filling out nicely round the waist, has become Whatdropical. Me, I just said: oh yeh! — And that's the creature that... — by Jove, flew into my face. Prints G.2000-0993
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIANS TYPES>: (31) Everything paid for? We've not been fololish to anyone!!...Cheerio. Prints G.2000-0994
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIANS TYPES>: (32) You smell the merchandise... before tormenting it!... Prints G.2000-0995
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIANS TYPES>: (33) Would you have Stirrup-oil!... Prints G.2000-0996
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIANS TYPES>: (33) Would you have Stirrup-oil!... Prints G.2000-0997
DAUMIER, Honoré <PRACTICES OF THE MERCHANTS OF PARIS>: (4) That fits your head like a glove! Prints G.2000-0998
DAUMIER, Honoré <PRACTICES OF THE MERCHANTS OF PARIS>: (5) A discharge of fire! Prints G.2000-0999
DAUMIER, Honoré <PRACTICES OF THE MERCHANTS OF PARIS>: (6) She does make a fuss, that stuck up woman from the fifth floor, Wearing a hat! and two cups of milk for a sou! Damnation! Ma Capitaine, it's because we've got visitors this morning. Prints G.2000-1000
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIAN TYPES>: (44) Citizen grocer, warrior pure and without stain, Once a corporal, he wore a moustache; Dreamed of a future of large bullions And since that time, is the terror of urchins. Prints G.2000-1001
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIAN TYPES>: (45) — I'm the greatest enemy of factions. — No politics, Pa Rangoutot! — I'm not talking about them, I wish they'd ban sentry duty because mine's coming up. Prints G.2000-1002
DAUMIER, Honoré <GROTESQUE SCENES>: (5) The barbar thinks of his creditors while sharpening his razor. The stupefying practice before this face [makes its owner] begin to feel a stomach ache!... Prints G.2000-1003
DAUMIER, Honoré <PROFILES>: (2) "Hello there, hey! Madam hostess, I like soups bald" (Victor Hugo, Notre Dame de Paris) Prints G.2000-1004
DAUMIER, Honoré <PROFILES>: (5) THE PORTER ON HIS ROUNDS ON NEW YEAR'S DAY: Nothing but 115 francs for my wishes, and I've already done eight floors!!! Dunces of Tenants! Another time I'll give them wishes... wouldn't they like to get it! Prints G.2000-1005
DAUMIER, Honoré <PROFILES>: (7) THE FREQUENTER OF FÉLIX'S SHOP: Paris is at once the centre of civilisation, of the fine arts and of small pies; the love of the galette is pushed to fanaticism. Pastry cooks abound here, and today Paris is perhaps the city in the world where most brioches are made. Prints G.2000-1006
DAUMIER, Honoré <MONOMANIACS>: (1) THE BEASTOPHILE: The supreme happiness of the Beastophile is to make in his home a small menagerie in the bosom of which he spends his life. One can truly apply to him the proverb: "Tell me whom you associate with, [and] I'll tell you who you are." Prints G.2000-1007
DAUMIER, Honoré <MONOMANIACS>: (2) THE EMBROIDERER: An example of the error that nature sometimes commits in labelling the sexes. Thus, in the same way that you see so-called women who sport trousers, a kind of moustache, play the cornet, the double-bass, or who compose humanitarian novels; so you see so-called men who pluck the harp, hem ties, embroider at the frame with their men's hands, and if need be, do a little cooking. Prints G.2000-1008
DAUMIER, Honoré <MONOMANIACS>: (3) THE EXPERT: There are Experts and Experts, as there are Uncouth Peolple and Uncouth People. Firtly [there is] the Expert who knows (this is the rarest type); then the Expert who knows nothing, or knows stupid and useless things, that is to say, less than nothing. The Expert of these different categories passes for a profound, serious man; he is in a very good position, and makes a reputation in the world, like all who are hollow. He passes his days full of pleasures and free from failings, except that he is subject to the Cross of Honoour and the Academy. Prints G.2000-1009
DAUMIER, Honoré <MONOMANIACS>: (3) THE EXPERT: There are Experts and Experts, as there are Uncouth Peolple and Uncouth People. Firtly [there is] the Expert who knows (this is the rarest type); then the Expert who knows nothing, or knows stupid and useless things, that is to say, less than nothing. The Expert of these different categories passes for a profound, serious man; he is in a very good position, and makes a reputation in the world, like all who are hollow. He passes his days full of pleasures and free from failings, except that he is subject to the Cross of Honoour and the Academy. Prints G.2000-1010
DAUMIER, Honoré <MONOMANIACS>: (4) THE AMATEUR GUITARIST: Defying the immense yawn / Wich he elicits by singing his verses / He will sing a ballad / About the remnants of the universe... Prints G.2000-1011
DAUMIER, Honoré <MONOMANIACS>: (5) THE REGULATOR: The word regulator normally applying to a type of machine, may wall also be applied to the individual above. One finds in Paris, said to be the most spiritual town in the most spiritual country in the Universe, several dozen particular men whose sole intellectual occupation is to regulate, each day, their watch on the shot of midday from the canon of the Royal Palace. Here, gunpowder makes those happy who will never set the world on fire. Prints G.2000-1012
DAUMIER, Honoré <MONOMANIACS>: (5) THE REGULATOR: The word regulator normally applying to a type of machine, may wall also be applied to the individual above. One finds in Paris, said to be the most spiritual town in the most spiritual country in the Universe, several dozen particular men whose sole intellectual occupation is to regulate, each day, their watch on the shot of midday from the canon of the Royal Palace. Here, gunpowder makes those happy who will never set the world on fire. Prints G.2000-1013
DAUMIER, Honoré <MONOMANIACS>: (6) THE PARISIAN HUNTER: A benign being, above all harmless. A diligent hunter, leaving home after dawn, killing time rather than other things. His gun is no less philanthropic, no less a faithful observer of the 4th Commandement. Prints G.2000-1014
DAUMIER, Honoré <MONOMANIACS>: (7) THE HYPOCHONDRIAC: This class of citizens is the providence of medicine, the blessing of pharmacy, it is the Nymph Egeria who has inspired white mustard, Paraguay-Roux, the Regnault pâte, the Clyso-bolus and generally all the inventions destined to comfort non-suffering humanity. The hypochondriac gives himself by turns pleurisy, consumption Etc. Etc. He varies his illness in order to vary his pleasures and each day he exclaims, on feeling his pulse, "I truly must have an iron constitution to be able to resist all these illnesses." Prints G.2000-1015
DAUMIER, Honoré <MONOMANIACS>: (8) THE COFFEE-LOVER: The half-cup easily becomes second nature; one finds a number of people who, like the lover above, have made themselves an immutable law to take their coffee, in order to facilitate digestion, even though their means do not allow them to dine. It is agreed that existence would be too bitter without chicory. Prints G.2000-1016
DAUMIER, Honoré <MONOMANIACS>: (8) THE COFFEE-LOVER: The half-cup easily becomes second nature; one finds a number of people who, like the lover above, have made themselves an immutable law to take their coffee, in order to facilitate digestion, even though their means do not allow them to dine. It is agreed that existence would be too bitter without chicory. Prints G.2000-1017
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (44) WATER FROM THE WELL OF GRENELLE: — Certainly this hot water is very bad to drink. — Yes, but there are many small insects in it! Prints G.2000-1018
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (44) WATER FROM THE WELL OF GRENELLE: — Certainly this hot water is very bad to drink. — Yes, but there are many small insects in it! Prints G.2000-1019
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (48) SQUINTING: To be sure, I didn't recognise you! — Oh! that's because I've been operated on, I don't squint any more, that changes me completely don't you think? — Oh! completely, because before I think you squinted inwards.... Prints G.2000-1020
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (50) A considerable separation. Prints G.2000-1021
DAUMIER, Honoré <TRAGICO-CLASSICAL PHYSIOGNOMIES>: (1) I saw, my lord, I saw your unfortunate son / Dragged by the horses that his hand had fed... Phedre [sic], Théromène's narrative. Prints G.2000-1022
DAUMIER, Honoré <TRAGICO-CLASSICAL PHYSIOGNOMIES>: (1) I saw, my lord, I saw your unfortunate son / Dragged by the horses that his hand had fed... Phedre [sic], Théromène's narrative. Prints G.2000-1023
DAUMIER, Honoré <TRAGICO-CLASSICAL PHYSIOGNOMIES>: (2) For whom are these Serpents which hiss on your heads?.. (Andromache, furies of Orestes) Prints G.2000-1024
DAUMIER, Honoré <TRAGICO-CLASSICAL PHYSIOGNOMIES>: (3) Go and make the Greeks wonder at your fury; / Go. I repudiate it and you horrify me!! (Andromaque) Prints G.2000-1025
DAUMIER, Honoré <TRAGICO-CLASSICAL PHYSIOGNOMIES>: (3) Go and make the Greeks wonder at your fury; / Go. I repudiate it and you horrify me!! (Andromaque) Prints G.2000-1026
DAUMIER, Honoré <TRAGICO-CLASSICAL PHYSIOGNOMIES>: (4) I leave more in love than I ever was (Berenice.) [sic] Prints G.2000-1027
DAUMIER, Honoré <TRAGICO-CLASSICAL PHYSIOGNOMIES>: (5) The day is no more pure than the depths of my heart. Prints G.2000-1028
DAUMIER, Honoré <TRAGICO-CLASSICAL PHYSIOGNOMIES>: (6) Yes I come, into his temple, to adore the Eternal One. (Athalie) Prints G.2000-1029
DAUMIER, Honoré <TRAGICO-CLASSICAL PHYSIOGNOMIES>: (6) Yes I come, into his temple, to adore the Eternal One. (Athalie) Prints G.2000-1030
DAUMIER, Honoré <TRAGICO-CLASSICAL PHYSIOGNOMIES>: (8) ...Rodrigue are you courageous? (Le Cid.) Prints G.2000-1031
DAUMIER, Honoré <TRAGICO-CLASSICAL PHYSIOGNOMIES>: (9) Hidden far from this place, Madam, I will see you; Conceal your love in the depths of your soul! (Britannius.) [sic] Prints G.2000-1032
DAUMIER, Honoré <TRAGICO-CLASSICAL PHYSIOGNOMIES>: (10) Nutured in the Saraglio, I know all its winding roads! (Bajazet) Prints G.2000-1033
DAUMIER, Honoré <TRAGICO-CLASSICAL PHYSIOGNOMIES>: (11) ...Let him die! (The Horatii) Prints G.2000-1034
DAUMIER, Honoré <TRAGICO-CLASSICAL PHYSIOGNOMIES>: (11) ...Let him die! (The Horatii) Prints G.2000-1035
DAUMIER, Honoré <TRAGICO-CLASSICAL PHYSIOGNOMIES>: (12) I am young, it is true; but to souls of good birth / Valour does not wait for the number of years. (Le Cid) Prints G.2000-1036
DAUMIER, Honoré <TRAGICO-CLASSICAL PHYSIOGNOMIES>: (13) Yes, it is Agamemnon, it is your King who wakes you!... (Iphigenia) Prints G.2000-1037
DAUMIER, Honoré <TRAGICO-CLASSICAL PHYSIOGNOMIES>: (14) Depart!... (Bajazet) Prints G.2000-1038
DAUMIER, Honoré <TRAGICO-CLASSICAL PHYSIOGNOMIES>: (15) My chariot, my javelins, all of that troubles me; I no longer remember Neptune's lessons. (Phèdre) Prints G.2000-1039
DAUMIER, Honoré <TRAGEDY>: (1) "What pains has this charming face cost me!..." (Phèdre) Prints G.2000-1040
DAUMIER, Honoré <TRAGEDY>: (2) "Come, worthy upholders of Roman grandeur," "Approach, Caesar's comrades!..." (The Death of Caesar) Prints G.2000-1041
DAUMIER, Honoré <TRAGEDY>: (3) "Yes! since I regain such a faithful friend" "My fortune will assume a new aspect" (Andromache) Prints G.2000-1042
DAUMIER, Honoré <TRAGIC PHYSIOGNOMIES>: (2) MEROPE "A soldier such as I may justly lay claim "To govern the state when he has known how to defend it!" Prints G.2000-1043
DAUMIER, Honoré <TRAGIC PHYSIOGNOMIES>: (3) ATHALIE "But I found no less than a horrible mingling "Of bone and flesh murdered and dragged throught the mire...!" Prints G.2000-1044
DAUMIER, Honoré <TRAGIC PHYSIOGNOMIES>: (4) HAMLET "Take this urn and swear to me upon it,..." "Your mother, my son, was no criminal..." "Dare you do it, I believe in you!..." Prints G.2000-1045
DAUMIER, Honoré <TRAGIC PHYSIOGNOMIES>: (5) ATHALIE "To the birds' young he gives food" "And his bounty to nature overall!" Prints G.2000-1046
DAUMIER, Honoré <TRAGIC PHYSIOGNOMIES>:(6) ANDROMACHE "I have seen the days of my whole family cut short" "And my husband covered with blood dragged through the dust!" Prints G.2000-1047
DAUMIER, Honoré <TRAGIC PHYSIOGNOMIES>: (10) OEDIPUS — In piercing him, I myself felt in my soul, / All victorious as I was... you tremble, madam! Prints G.2000-1048
DAUMIER, Honoré <LIFE'S HAPPY DAYS>: (1) THE PRIZE-GIVING Prints G.2000-1049
DAUMIER, Honoré <LIFE'S HAPPY DAYS>: (3) THE FIRST MEETING Prints G.2000-1050
DAUMIER, Honoré <LIFE'S HAPPY DAYS>: (9) FULL DRESS DAY: I think like this I look a little... slightly Old Guard!... Prints G.2000-1051
DAUMIER, Honoré <LIFE'S HAPPY DAYS>: (10) THE FIRST BEARD: You really want to be able to shave your beard too, don't you, brat... for that wait until you're fifteen like me!... Prints G.2000-1052
DAUMIER, Honoré <LIFE'S HAPPY DAYS>: (11) A DINNER AT VÉRY'S: So! I've just dined as a bachelor!... yes! but my wife entrusted me with a louis and I've got left... sixty centimes! Prints G.2000-1053
DAUMIER, Honoré <LIFE'S HAPPY DAYS>: (12) A day of the 1st performance Prints G.2000-1054
DAUMIER, Honoré <LIFE'S HAPPY DAYS>: (12) A day of the 1st performance Prints G.2000-1055
DAUMIER, Honoré <LIFE'S HAPPY DAYS>: (18) SHROVE TUESDAY: — I say... Balandier... I think it's raining?... — You're mistaken... Moussard... seems to me the opposite 'cos I've just caught sun-stroke!... Prints G.2000-1056
DAUMIER, Honoré <LIFE'S HAPPY DAYS>: (19) A VANITY SATISFIED: — Oh! at last!... the Monitor has recorded my "very good"... naming me in full... about time, too... at least my constituents will no longer say I don't speak in the Chamber!... Prints G.2000-1057
DAUMIER, Honoré <LIFE'S HAPPY DAYS>: (20) A NATIONAL HOLIDAY EVENING: It never fails... you go out to see the fire[works], and revel in nothing but water!... Prints G.2000-1058
DAUMIER, Honoré <LIFE'S HAPPY DAYS>: (24) THE CASHING IN OF A NOTE: — There you are young man... against your bill of exchange for five hundred francs, I give you two hundred brand — new francs, plus a barely used camel... it comes from one of our last forays and will shortly disembark at Toulon... — I'll still take the cash... I'll make a present of the camel to Josephine... she can use it to take donkey rides in Montmorency valley!... Prints G.2000-1059
DAUMIER, Honoré <LIFE'S HAPPY DAYS>: (25) A MEAGRE DINNER: — The fish was good, but it's far too dear on the bill... thirty nine francs for a meagre dinner!... — This restaurant owner's a heretic... he breaks one of the most Christian precepts: thou shalt not eat expensively on Fridays!... Prints G.2000-1060
DAUMIER, Honoré <LIFE'S HAPPY DAYS>: (29) THE OPENING OF THE HUNTING SEASON: Grey eyes... that's it... sallow complexion... there it is... big ears... exactly... red nose... ah! there's no record of that here, it's a false arms licence you've got there... you haven't got a red nose, it's violet... I'm arresting you! Prints G.2000-1061
DAUMIER, Honoré <LIFE'S HAPPY DAYS>: (30) A CUSTOM OF INDIA: My dear friend, I come to make my most sincere compliments to you... our prince is definitely dead, and it is to you, the oldest officer of the palace, that befalls the distinguished honour of accompanying his wives to the pyre, where you will burn with them!... Prints G.2000-1062
DAUMIER, Honoré <LIFE'S HAPPY DAYS>: (33) A SAINT'S DAY AND DAY OF BRACES: — Here my sweetheart... on the occasion of my Saint's day I've embroidered these braces!... — (The gentleman, aside.) Good God I've already got eleven pairs of them in my drawer... I won't get away with it this time for less than fifty crowns!... women really take too great an advantage of our wearing trousers, so as to make us wear braces!... Prints G.2000-1063
DAUMIER, Honoré <LIFE'S HAPPY DAYS>: (46) A EULOGISTIC ARTICLE: — Read the article I've drafted on your work... I think you'll be satisfied. — The lady reading — "We have just become acquinted with the volume published by Mme. Eulalie de Bois-Fleuri, and we can announce loudly that France includes one more Blockhead!..." — What Blockhead... but I wrote muse... rogue of a printer!... Prints G.2000-1064
DAUMIER, Honoré <LIFE'S HAPPY DAYS>: (48) IN THE NATIONAL GUARD: You will also have the pleasure of being on guard in a fortnight, and the honour of being inspected at the end of the month! Prints G.2000-1065
DAUMIER, Honoré <LIFE'S HAPPY DAYS>: (56) A PAYMENT OF DIVIDEND: — Excuse me!... they're announcing in all the newspapers that the Capricorn insurance company is making arrangements to pay out a first dividend, and they don't warn that the dividend's of thirty sous per share!... then take a hackney cab; I haven't even got the means to tip my coachman!... Prints G.2000-1066
DAUMIER, Honoré <LIFE'S HAPPY DAYS>: (58) IN CARNIVAL MOOD: — Let's go and laugh and [dance] jigs!... personally, I'll be disguised as a friend!... — Excellent!... you won't be recognised!... Prints G.2000-1067
DAUMIER, Honoré <LIFE'S HAPPY DAYS>: (61) A MISTRESS AT THE OPERA: — You see that little brunette dancer who's [skirt is] ballooning now... well, dear chap! I've had her for a week... she's mad about me!... Prints G.2000-1068
DAUMIER, Honoré <LIFE'S HAPPY DAYS>: (62) THE DAQY WHEN YOU HAVE TO DISPLAY GALLANTRY: — How much is that big bouquet?... — Ten francs — Good God!... and this little here? — Fifteen francs — Damnation!... Prints G.2000-1069
DAUMIER, Honoré <LIFE'S HAPPY DAYS>: (63) THE NEIGHBOURS BEFORE THE JUSTICE OF THE PEACE: Well, I won the case all the same, and you won't be so stuck-up now, Mrs. Pimbèche... because the Justice of the Peace has sentenced you to go back to your house which backs on to mine!... Prints G.2000-1070
DAUMIER, Honoré <LIFE'S HAPPY DAYS>: (66) A NEWLY ENNOBLED MAN: (The manservant announcing) — The Baahh-ron de Blois-flotté! Prints G.2000-1071
DAUMIER, Honoré <LIFE'S HAPPY DAYS>: (67) THE SHIRTMAKER: Sir, I've made everything there that's most suitable... with a shirt of my style you can appear in whichever salon [you wish] and you'll always be the best dressed man of the entire company... Prints G.2000-1072
DAUMIER, Honoré <LIFE'S HAPPY DAYS>: (68) A FASHIONABLE SUIT: — Sir, I swear that this suit is very becoming!... — Yes it's becoming and economical... with a similar [short] jacket you can perfectly well open the door when [the bell], is rung, and pass yourself off as your own man-servant!... Prints G.2000-1073
DAUMIER, Honoré <LIFE'S HAPPY DAYS>: (69) THE HASHISH SMOKERS: — Oh, what an Oriental pleasure I'm beginning to experience... I seem to be trotting on a camel!... — And I ... I think I'm being... beaten [with a stick on the soles of the feet]... Prints G.2000-1074
DAUMIER, Honoré <LIFE'S HAPPY DAYS>: (71) A STEEPLE-CHASE WINNER: — So you confirm that I came in first... — My dear chap you were magnificent... everybody envies your lot!... Prints G.2000-1075
DAUMIER, Honoré <LIFE'S HAPPY DAYS>: (75) THE RETURN FROM THE St. CLOUD FAIR: To the devil with reed-pipes and reed-pipers... how can they allow such an instrument in a country that already tolerates the Clarinet!... Prints G.2000-1076
DAUMIER, Honoré <LIFE'S HAPPY DAYS>: (76) A 'PAMELA' HAT: You are quite right, madam, to embrace the ravishing form of this new hat... in profile above all it suits your countenance divinely!... Prints G.2000-1077
DAUMIER, Honoré <LIFE'S HAPPY DAYS>: (77) PANCAKES: There you go, that's how I give one to myself!... Prints G.2000-1078
DAUMIER, Honoré <LIFE'S HAPPY DAYS>: (80) A PHILANTHROPIC LOTTERY: — The gentleman — for my twenty francs I've won a dreadful woman's bag... how ridiculous! — The lady — and I ['ve won] a pair of razors one of which is badly dented... what a bore!... Prints G.2000-1079
DAUMIER, Honoré <LIFE'S HAPPY DAYS>: (84) RECEPTION OF A FREE-MASON: We know from a reliable source that you are here among us only to unveil our secrets to outsiders... your guilty schemes will be frustrated... I have just received order to plunge this dagger into your breast!... Prints G.2000-1080
DAUMIER, Honoré <LIFE'S HAPPY DAYS>: (86) A DECLARATION, IN FULL PUBLIC: — I lo lo lo lo ve you!... — I lo lo lo lo ve you!... (This tender avowal having been made in a flat key, the husband is unable to repeat it) Prints G.2000-1081
DAUMIER, Honoré <LIFE'S HAPPY DAYS>: (87) THE LADY WHO CULTIVATES THE ARTS: The gentlemen in chorus. It's charming...It's chaarming... It's chaaahhhming!... Prints G.2000-1082
DAUMIER, Honoré <LIFE'S HAPPY DAYS>: (88) A NEW ACQUAINTANCE: Oh! madam... I've found Zémire for you, but I certainly think I've lost my heart!... Prints G.2000-1083
DAUMIER, Honoré <LIFE'S HAPPY DAYS>: (91) A gentleman who wants to give himself the satisfaction of having his [death] mask. Prints G.2000-1084
DAUMIER, Honoré <LIFE'S HAPPY DAYS>: (91) A gentleman who wants to give himself the satisfaction of having his [death] mask. Prints G.2000-1085
DAUMIER, Honoré <LIFE'S HAPPY DAYS>: (93) THE DEVILISH SEDUCERS: — Did you see how that little woman looked at us out of the corner of her eye as she passed... it's only at our age that you can truly please women!... Prints G.2000-1086
DAUMIER, Honoré <LIFE'S HAPPY DAYS>: (97) THEY RETURN FROM SPONGING OFF POPPETS. Prints G.2000-1087
DAUMIER, Honoré <LIFE'S HAPPY DAYS>: (100) A FILIAL HOMMAGE: Yes, it's Leonidas... it's certainly Leonidas...(The happy father deems it necessary to become tender because he recognises Leonidas.) Prints G.2000-1088
DAUMIER, Honoré <PASTORALS>: (1) — Come back here again... you great wheedler!... bite his calves puppy, bite his calves!... — Good God!... I'd never been acquainted with the force of that power there...concerning the punch Prints G.2000-1089
DAUMIER, Honoré <PASTORALS>: (4) Damn it, we've been copped!... Prints G.2000-1090
DAUMIER, Honoré <PASTORALS>: (9) Traveller, your passport ?... Prints G.2000-1091
DAUMIER, Honoré <PASTORALS>: (10) The danger of wanting to visit too wild spot. Prints G.2000-1092
DAUMIER, Honoré <PASTORALS>: (12) The danger of finding yourself in the middle of a point-to-point race, or pigsty-chase! Prints G.2000-1093
DAUMIER, Honoré <PASTORALS>: (13) — What!... all my sheep are dead of the pip and my chickens of sheep-pox!... and this is what's sold to me as a country house with a yield and charm!... Prints G.2000-1094
DAUMIER, Honoré <PASTORALS>: (13) — What!... all my sheep are dead of the pip and my chickens of sheep-pox!... and this is what's sold to me as a country house with a yield and charm!... Prints G.2000-1095
DAUMIER, Honoré <PASTORALS>: (22) — I tell you you've moved the boundary stone and you've moved it forward on to my field!... And I'm telling you I haven't... and I'll maintain in front of all the courts that it's due to my father, and even my grandfather, that my boundary's where it is!... Ah! but!... Prints G.2000-1096
DAUMIER, Honoré <PASTORALS>: (22) — I tell you you've moved the boundary stone and you've moved it forward on to my field!... And I'm telling you I haven't... and I'll maintain in front of all the courts that it's due to my father, and even my grandfather, that my boundary's where it is!... Ah! but!... Prints G.2000-1097
DAUMIER, Honoré <PASTORALS>: (22) — I tell you you've moved the boundary stone and you've moved it forward on to my field!... And I'm telling you I haven't... and I'll maintain in front of all the courts that it's due to my father, and even my grandfather, that my boundary's where it is!... Ah! but!... Prints G.2000-1098
DAUMIER, Honoré <PASTORALS>: (32) — Thief of a cock-chafer... so it's you who's eating away all my property... you'll perish by my hand alone!... Prints G.2000-1099
DAUMIER, Honoré <PASTORALS>: (34) — Will you shut up with your Cock-a doodle-doos...there's no point in coming to the country to sleep peacefully, — I'm woken everyday at three o'clock in the morning... I slept better in Paris, even when my wife was alive!... Prints G.2000-1100
DAUMIER, Honoré <PASTORALS>: (40) — Needless to say, I've got to cross this devil of a small wood to get home... I'm angry at having stayed so late at neighbour Rigolard's so as to make a hundred at piquet... if I'd thought I'd have made only half a hundred. Prints G.2000-1101
DAUMIER, Honoré <PASTORALS>: (47) A gentle gust of wind Prints G.2000-1102
DAUMIER, Honoré <PASTORALS>: (49) Whe they make your hay, and you want to inspect your reapers too closely. Prints G.2000-1103
DAUMIER, Honoré <Caricaturana>: (17) We're shareholders of the agricultural and arch-fib institute of Coëtbo, of Pysigno-trap, formerly the sanitary society of Mors-Lycos, of the warranty paper for thieves, of the Hoax, a very political newspaper, and of a group of other philanthropic operations; we've just received our dividends and we're using them to eat on a pleasure trip... waiter, another sou's worth of cheese! Prints G.2000-1104
DAUMIER, Honoré <Caricaturana>: (20) TO ALL THOSE PEOPLE WHO HAVE CAPITAL TO LOSE; For one hundred francs, one and a quarter centimes, in order to eat every twelve hours... THERE'S AN INVESTMENT!! / New principles. We divide the interest in centimes and by the hour... THERE'S A TRICK!!! Guarantees offered to shareholders. The manager takes the society's money and puts some of it in the bank... THERE'S A BANK!!!! Capital...We won't tell you, you've got to see it to believe it... IF YOU WANT BUSINESS, HERE IT IS!!!!!!!! Prints G.2000-1105
DAUMIER, Honoré <Caricaturana>: (20) TO ALL THOSE PEOPLE WHO HAVE CAPITAL TO LOSE; For one hundred francs, one and a quarter centimes, in order to eat every twelve hours... THERE'S AN INVESTMENT!! / New principles. We divide the interest in centimes and by the hour... THERE'S A TRICK!!! Guarantees offered to shareholders. The manager takes the society's money and puts some of it in the bank... THERE'S A BANK!!!! Capital...We won't tell you, you've got to see it to believe it... IF YOU WANT BUSINESS, HERE IT IS!!!!!!!! Prints G.2000-1106
DAUMIER, Honoré <Caricaturana>: (24) Cabs as stocks: It's not going well, my horse is failing, expenses consume me, I'm dying of hunger. — My poor Bertrand, how stupid you are! Exchange your turkey-hen for a thoroughbred, your old 1200 quid carriage for a tilbury, your livery misery of a jockey's silk, go to it... Capital thrrrrrree hundred thousand francs! Doughty deeds, random tricks, will increase your out-goings, lessen your gains, you'll recoup your losses in abundance!! — In abundance of what? — In abundance of shares, fool!! Prints G.2000-1107
DAUMIER, Honoré <Caricaturana>: (33) Robert-Macaire the Journalist: I'm bringing you an article about the new law. I've slated it in a joking way, you see! — What are you thinking of, Mister Macaire, we shouldn't be attacking that law, we should defend it. — Ah,indeed, indeed, I'll rework it and make a frothy article in favour of the aforesaid law. Prints G.2000-1108
DAUMIER, Honoré <Caricaturana>: (34) What the Devil! Let us respect propriety! But steward, take care with your invitations!... You are missing out all the proprieties!... Why, you have on your list a Mr. Grippardin, a disreputable man!... A Mr. Durand, whose fortune comes from I don't know where!... What the Devil! Mr.Bertrand, if I'd let you do this, you'd end up by making me keep low company. Prints G.2000-1109
DAUMIER, Honoré <Caricaturana>: (38) Lively! Lively! Bertrand, got to push the merchandise onto the market, beat the big drum, make a show, attract the sucker's attention! Lively! Lively! We'll attack ourselves in the newspapers, write to ourselves, reply to ourselves, answer ourselves, insult ourselves, and above all, advertise ourselves... — do you think the public won't have the key to these shams? — Leave off, everybody has the key to them except the public. Prints G.2000-1110
DAUMIER, Honoré <Caricaturana>: (48) A candidate: Whom do you need?... A man of probity, conscientious, a serious man, a manufacturer, a man who doesn't need the government in order to become rich, a man familiar with the law, who knows it well, from experience, from long experience... A long experience of the law... You couldn't make a better choice, take my... take my honourable friend. Prints G.2000-1111
DAUMIER, Honoré <Caricaturana>: (50) Abuse of article 214 of the civil code: My lady wife, you leave me without anything, you only give me a miserable annuity of three thousand quid, you leave me at your door like a beggar, and furthermore, you want to distance me from Paris, to expatriate me, to deport me!... No,no, I shall not leave Frrrrrance!.. No,no!!... Listen. I owe 10,000 f[rancs] to my friend Bertrand, it's a gentleman debt, I owe the keeper of the cheap eating house 525 and ten francs to my lodging house, total 10,535 f[rancs]; give me a few thousand francs more to distract me from my domestic sorrows and I'll leave you in peace, word of honour! Prints G.2000-1112
DAUMIER, Honoré <The Hundred-and-one Robert-Macaire [Caricaturana] >: (100) Mr. Daumier, your Robert-Macaire series is a charming thing!... It is the exact portrayal of the pilfering of our age... It is the faithful portrait of the crowd of rascals you find everywhere, in business, in politics, in finance, everywhere! everywhere!!... The cheats should hate you... But the estimation of honest people is yours... Have you still not received the cross of honour?... It's shocking!!... Prints G.2000-1113
DAUMIER, Honoré <Caricaturana>: (80) Robert Macaire shareholder: But Mr.Macaire, when I distributed these dividends, you knew that they were taken on the capital? — What does it matter! you didn't have the right to distribute them, you should refund them to us. — Refund them to you!!! but you accepted them, it's up to you to refund them! — You didn't have the right to distribute them to us, that's my opinion and I'm sticking to it, you should pay them back to us, that's my opinion and I'm sticking to it Prints G.2000-1114
DAUMIER, Honoré <Caricaturana>: (81) Would you like gold,would you like silver, would you like diamonds, millions [of francs], thousands of million? Come, help yourself... Baoud! Baoud! Baoud-boud-boud!! Here's bitumen, here's steel, lead, gold, paper, here's gallllvanised irrrrron... come on, come on, come on quickly, the law's going to change, you're going to lose it all, hurry up, get them, get your tickets! get your tickets! (Lively, lively with the music) Baoud! Baoud!! baoud-baoud-baoud!! Baoud! Baoud!! Prints G.2000-1115
DAUMIER, Honoré <Caricaturana>: (82) Write: Sir, In reply to the letter which you did me the honour of writing, I regret to tell you that the shares of the European Society of Incombustible Boot Polish have been fully subscribed to. However, I have registered your request, and will have the honour of giving you immediate notice in the event of a new issue. I am etc. R.Macaire, Director... Print "withdraw 300,000 [francs] and flood France with new shares... — What, we haven't disposed of a single share, we haven't had a single request, we haven't got a sou and you... — Bertrand! You're as thick as a plank... Do what I say and you'll see Prints G.2000-1116
DAUMIER, Honoré <Caricaturana>: (92) Sir, I despise the charlatanism of the poster, I despise the Puffs of the advertisement, I abhor everything which smells of the charalatan, the tumbler, the rope-dancer, and I limit myself to producing with all naivete and foolishness my merchandise. Read my catalogue! Scent of love, esteem and friendship, in phials from the Middle-Ages... Extract of the smile of infancy — Perfume of Adolphe's first steps — Water of the peoples' alliance, for the handkerchief, with Beranger's song. Perfume of General Foy, a scent to strengthen the brain's fibre and to remind the French of their liberties and rights guaranteed by the constitutional charter. Surrounded by an oration given upon the tomb of the immortal deputy by one of his honourable colleagues. You see, it's impossible to be more simple. Prints G.2000-1117
DAUMIER, Honoré <Caricaturana>: (93) Suffer the little children to come unto me!... Do you understand the parable, Bertrand? — you don't! blockhead! we'll form a paternal and philanthropic association, we receive 5/10ths now, in order to give 500 for 100 in the future... — And what shall we fix it to in the future — We'll up sticks. Blockhead! There we'll place the tontine, Tonton-ton-ton, Tontine, ton-ton Prints G.2000-1118
DAUMIER, Honoré <MISADVENTURES AND DISAPPOINTMENT OF MR. GOGO>: Frontispiece to the misadventures of Mr. Gogo, Which will appear in PROVISIONAL CARICATURE. Prints G.2000-1119
DAUMIER, Honoré <MISADVENTURES AND DISAPPOINTMENT OF MR.GOGO>: (1) What, Director, you've lost 99,721[francs] 35 centimes from the 100,000 f[rancs] that my father deposited in your friendly society 40 years ago!... But your prospectuses say that your Capital has increased six-fold in six years from the accumulation of interests and the interest on the interests... — it's true, but... misfortunes... variations in revenue... my predecessors fleeing from their creditors... anyway, the future of this mutual society is assured from now on... — Oh! it's assured? well that's different!... well!! keep my 278[francs] 65 centimes, accumulate interest and try to regain the capital... don't lose it... I'll come back later... — very well!!... very well!!... I'll keep an eye on your money, I'll look after it as if it were my own... come back later... as late as possible. Prints G.2000-1120
DAUMIER, Honoré <MISADVENTURES AND DISAPPOINTMENT OF MR.GOGO>: (2) My son, you are wrong to risk your money in shares, the Stock Exchange is a den of swindlers, bitumen is a beastliness, the mines are precipices,... a wise man should enjoy his fortune quietly... — It's true, mother, I'm wrong, but I need some thousands of francs, and I've come to ask you... — My God!... I'd give it with pleasure... but ... frankly!... the card game ruined me this winter... Prints G.2000-1121
DAUMIER, Honoré <MISADVENTURES AND DISAPPOINTMENT OF MR.GOGO>: (4) But my dear Gogo, you're joking, how can you leave in your business the three thousand francs my daughter brings you, and the two hundred thousand francs for which you are indebted to her?... do you consider that? to expose the fortune of my child to the risks of commerce!... and if you don't succeed,... if you die, my daughter will then be ruined?... not so, not so, if you please! you're going to marry according to dowry regulations, to put into a good mortgage,... Devil take it! I should foresee a separation, today you're a friend, tomorrow you're not, you see it all the time. Prints G.2000-1122
DAUMIER, Honoré <MISADVENTURES AND DISAPPOINTMENT OF MR.GOGO>: (4) But my dear Gogo, you're joking, how can you leave in your business the three thousand francs my daughter brings you, and the two hundred thousand francs for which you are indebted to her?... do you consider that? to expose the fortune of my child to the risks of commerce!... and if you don't succeed,... if you die, my daughter will then be ruined?... not so, not so, if you please! you're going to marry according to dowry regulations, to put into a good mortgage,... Devil take it! I should foresee a separation, today you're a friend, tomorrow you're not, you see it all the time. Prints G.2000-1123
DAUMIER, Honoré <Great Exhibition of Industry and Contemporary Hoaxes>: Come in and judge for yourselves! I've directed everything, inspired everything, the Tribunals' galette for the Digest (Aside; and for a difficult digestion) The Physionopilfer which catches the manner of everything! (except the resemblance.) Running bitumen (quite.) Men's shirts for the use of small children of which you glimpse only the (Sham.) Marvellous indestructible hats (which melt in the sun and are diluted in the rain.)Dromedary pommade, so much sought after (by camels.) Fool's seed which you know (all of you.) The English Brewery which froths so well (in the Newspapers.) and the sublime, the classical coal of St. Pétrain which you can put to the test (by fire.) Prints G.2000-1124
DAUMIER, Honoré <Great Exhibition of Industry and Contemporary Hoaxes>: Come in and judge for yourselves! I've directed everything, inspired everything, the Tribunals' galette for the Digest (Aside; and for a difficult digestion) The Physionopilfer which catches the manner of everything! (except the resemblance.) Running bitumen (quite.) Men's shirts for the use of small children of which you glimpse only the (Sham.) Marvellous indestructible hats (which melt in the sun and are diluted in the rain.)Dromedary pommade, so much sought after (by camels.) Fool's seed which you know (all of you.) The English Brewery which froths so well (in the Newspapers.) and the sublime, the classical coal of St. Pétrain which you can put to the test (by fire.) Prints G.2000-1125
DAUMIER, Honoré <Great Exhibition of Industry and Contemporary Hoaxes>: Come in and judge for yourselves! I've directed everything, inspired everything, the Tribunals' galette for the Digest (Aside; and for a difficult digestion) The Physionopilfer which catches the manner of everything! (except the resemblance.) Running bitumen (quite.) Men's shirts for the use of small children of which you glimpse only the (Sham.) Marvellous indestructible hats (which melt in the sun and are diluted in the rain.)Dromedary pommade, so much sought after (by camels.) Fool's seed which you know (all of you.) The English Brewery which froths so well (in the Newspapers.) and the sublime, the classical coal of St. Pétrain which you can put to the test (by fire.) Prints G.2000-1126
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE MOUNTEBANKS>: — Oh, Master Bilboquet, we're done for, those buffoons there are going to take our public from us. — Fear nothing, Gringallet, there's no point in rivalry, that's high comedy!!!... Prints G.2000-1127
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE MOUNTEBANKS>:You see here the great celebrities of literary, musical and artistic France, they are each 36 feet below sea-level... Prints G.2000-1128
DAUMIER, Honoré <ADVERTISING AND PUBLICITY>: (1) Rascally posters! what roguish advertisements!!... Imagine, I've taken 1,675 boxes of Topical for the Body — And me! would you believe it, Sir! that I've covered my head in fur for 1,853 francs of Lion Pommade!!... Prints G.2000-1129
DAUMIER, Honoré <ADVERTISING AND PUBLICITY>: (2) THEY MAKE THIS POOR PUBLIC SWALLOW THIS!! The Rubber Clyso-Trompe occupies, within the large family of emollients, the place which the gentle flute holds among wind instruments. The Clyso-Trompe refreshes ideas, destroys bugs, calms nervous irritation, opens up intelligence, purifies the Conscience of remorse, inspires Dithyrambs upon the museum of Versailles, but does not at all relieve colic. The lights of the ox in early infacy have received the commendation of all crowned heads. This admirable Pectoral cures Dim-sightedness, Corns, Whitlows, freckles, the mania for maknig dramas. etc. etc. etc. This velvet paste is most particularly suitable for everyone. It relieves hoarseness as if by hand. Duprez is indebted to it from 553 feet above sealevel, where he has never been. It even gives children in the best of health Whooping-cough. Prints G.2000-1130
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (7) Spanish Shareholders. Here's a first-rate Number! Thanks to Mister Espartero, And to good Mister Maroto, We're no longer at Zero. Prints G.2000-1131
DAUMIER, Honoré <ROBERT MACAIRE.> 2nd Series: (1) Greetings! land of hospitality... greetings! motherland to those who no longer have one... sacred refuge for the unfortunates whom human justice casts out... greetings!!! To all drooping hearts how dear Belgium is! Prints G.2000-1132
DAUMIER, Honoré <ROBERT MACAIRE.> 2nd Series: (2) — Yes, Madam, I am completely devoted to our August Prince, and by means of a few miserable hundreds of thousands of francs will undertake to re-establish him on the throne. — What are your means? — My means! I am full of means! I have friends, newspapers, and if the entire Macaire family declares itself for him, never could a Prince raise a more innumerable army!... Prints G.2000-1133
DAUMIER, Honoré <ROBERT MACAIRE.> 2nd Series: (3) Yes, Sir, you see in me a victim of political hatreds... an outcast... I have been condemned Falsely and I have had to go into exile... I'm clearing off to Belgium in order to reach Spain where I count on taking up arms... (aside) if I can't take anything else. Prints G.2000-1134
DAUMIER, Honoré <ROBERT MACAIRE.> 2nd Series: (5) SETTING THE BILL. — Mister de Macaire, allow me to tell you that your bill astonishes me! For a spy to keep the prince up to date with the Newspapers 120,000 f For a riot which did not take place 35,000 Honorariums for some people, supporters of the Prince 370,000 15 525,000 15 — Why your Grace, does that surprises you, but do you therefore think you can regain a throne as easily as you lose it? a mistake, your Grace, a mistake, you are not abreast of the times. Prints G.2000-1135
DAUMIER, Honoré <ROBERT MACAIRE.> 2nd Series: (6) (Robert) So! my dear director, how goes your business? (Bertrand) Oh, vefry well, very well!! I'm very satisfied... only we don't have a sou, we can't continue. — The deuce!! — But a capitalist should deposit 200000 francs with us, the document's going to be signed this evening or tomorrow... I'm very impatient, I've got the greatest need for a pair of boots. Prints G.2000-1136
DAUMIER, Honoré <ROBERT MACAIRE.> 2nd Series: (8) Dramatic farce. Steady on! — Steady on!... don't raise the curtain, I'm not performing... — (The director, hastening, frightened) You're joking, my dear Macaire, you're joking, aren't you? — Not at all, not at all... I won't act... — You won't play a similar trick at the theatre, on the author, on your poor comrades... — Brrrrt! you don't keep to your engagements, [so] I break mine, give me the forfeit... — I don't keep to my engagements!! — No, you should pay me ready cash, and you owe me... — What ? — You owe me 75 centimes. Prints G.2000-1137
DAUMIER, Honoré <ROBERT MACAIRE.> 2nd Series: (8) Dramatic farce. Steady on! — Steady on!... don't raise the curtain, I'm not performing... — (The director, hastening, frightened) You're joking, my dear Macaire, you're joking, aren't you? — Not at all, not at all... I won't act... — You won't play a similar trick at the theatre, on the author, on your poor comrades... — Brrrrt! you don't keep to your engagements, [so] I break mine, give me the forfeit... — I don't keep to my engagements!! — No, you should pay me ready cash, and you owe me... — What ? — You owe me 75 centimes. Prints G.2000-1138
DAUMIER, Honoré <ROBERT MACAIRE.> 2nd Series: (11) Again my creditors, always my creditors... it's em... thing!... What do those animals want form me?... would that they'd leave me in peace!... Me, do I ask anything of them? Prints G.2000-1139
DAUMIER, Honoré <ROBERT MACAIRE.> 2nd Series: (12) What's the matter with you, Robert? you seem full of care. — Yes I'm vexed... Those devils of Shareholders have tormented me so much, tormented me so much that I gave them a dividend. — Deuce! a real dividend? — Yes, I gave it to them completely.. — What are you goin to do? — I'm going to try to get it back. Prints G.2000-1140
DAUMIER, Honoré <ROBERT MACAIRE.> 2nd Series: (15) A groundless quarrel. —..Yes, Sir, do me the pleasure of giving that jovial fellow a brief respite... understood that the aforesaid gentleman denies himself the printing of my newspaper, and by this fact ruins my undertaking; to see oneself condemned to 67,000 f[rancs] of losses and interest... — But on what is his refusal grounded? — Oh, on a foolishness.... a trifle... on what I should pay him in cash, for which I'm 21 months in arrears... it's a poor pretext, a groundless quarrel. Prints G.2000-1141
DAUMIER, Honoré <ROBERT MACAIRE.> 2nd Series: (16) Sirs, crushed under the weight of misfortune, ruined, laid bare, I lost my head, I abandoned all that was dear to me, my motherrrland, my creditors, the whole paraphernalia... here am I on foreign soil... sheltered from my persecutors, but ready for the greatest sacrifices to preserve intact the name of Macaire. In consequence, I offer you 2 per cent payable in ten years;... by refusing, you can only lose hopes of the above-mentioned 2 per cent and the estmation of your servant / Macaire. Prints G.2000-1142
DAUMIER, Honoré <ROBERT MACAIRE.> 2nd Series: (17) Man in naluratibus [sic]. Philosophy, my dear Bertrand, explains very well our two characters from our physiques... you are weakness, I am strength... to you is cunning, to me courage... you are the ivy and I the oak, without me the slightest breeze from the police will plunge you into a torrent of misfortune... do not leave me and inscribe upon your arms: I die or I cling. Prints G.2000-1143
DAUMIER, Honoré <ROBERT MACAIRE.> 2nd Series: (17) Man in naluratibus [sic]. Philosophy, my dear Bertrand, explains very well our two characters from our physiques... you are weakness, I am strength... to you is cunning, to me courage... you are the ivy and I the oak, without me the slightest breeze from the police will plunge you into a torrent of misfortune... do not leave me and inscribe upon your arms: I die or I cling. Prints G.2000-1144
DAUMIER, Honoré <ROBERT MACAIRE.> 2nd Series: (18) The way in which you go on one can clearly see that money means nothing to you! if I left you to your own devices, my money would soon be squandered... — Bah! father, it's not for yourself that you accumulate money... — Do you think perhaps it is for you, no, no, with the kind of life you lead I will live longer than you... — My dear father, you only have unpleasant things to say to me... Prints G.2000-1145
DAUMIER, Honoré <ROBERT MACAIRE.> 2nd Series: (19) Macaire inheritor-philanthropist. — You see, Bertrand, my wife is dead, my rights to the inheritance are contestable; I'll offer a third of it to the poor, on condition that they immediately advance me the rest... they'll never touch a brass farthing!... that's how I manipulate legacies!! — Well done, dear fellow! If you don't pick up the Manthyon prize, you'll have been robbed! Prints G.2000-1146
DAUMIER, Honoré <CARICATURES OF THE DAY>: (20) THE SUBSCRIBER FROM INDUSTRY: (The Cashier) your name? ( The Subscriber) Mr. Filenfin, manufacturer of incombustible textiles, keeps [here] everything relating to his estate at 395, rue St. Denis, put in 75 hundred [for me] (aside) minus philanthropy and advertising!!! Prints G.2000-1147
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (119) A PANIC AT THE STOCK EXCHANGE. Shares are offered in vain, everyone avoids investing in them. Prints G.2000-1148
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (163) Project for statues to ornament the Peristyle of the Stock Exchange Prints G.2000-1149
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (197) HOLDERS OF SHARES IN CALIFORNIA. — Yesterday I poured in five thousand francs as the price of a thousand shares in the Californian Yellow Water-Lily Company... we've the cultivation of the entire left bank of the Sacramento... I think I've done good business... and the owner is as convinced as I am... — I prefer the Golden Carrot Company, I've put all the money I have in it. Prints G.2000-1150
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF THE STOCK EXCHANGE BY DAUMIER>: (1) Below the upper vignette: Interior of the Stock Exchange. — A view from above on a day [when prices] fall; Below the lower vignette: The stock-brokers'ring, — the least pretty of all known rings. Prints G.2000-1151
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF THE STOCK EXCHANGE BY DAUMIER>: (2) Below the upper vignette: SMALL-SCALE SPECULATORS. — Mrs. Chaffarou... I need to get out of MILITARY BEDS in order to get into the CRYSTAL PALACE... unless of course I get into the GAUDALQUIVIR; Below the lower vignette: OPENING OF THE STOCK EXCHANGE. How you can fall flat on your face by running too quickly after wealth. Prints G.2000-1152
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF THE STOCK EXCHANGE BY DAUMIER>: (3) Below the upper vignette: How is it that everyone can't be happy; Below the lower vignette: Pleasant view of the little nightly Stock Exchange in front of the Opera thoroughfare: — make no mistake about it, all these gentlemen are capitalists. Prints G.2000-1153
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF THE STOCK EXCHANGE BY DAUMIER>: (4) Below the upper vignette: Counsels by the tribunal of commerce in all the majesty of their costume. Below the lower vignette: A raiser of business not disdaining to trouble himself over a mere length of neckerchief. Prints G.2000-1154
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF THE STOCK EXCHANGE BY DAUMIER>: (5) Below the upper vignette: A day of collapse. Below the lower vignette: Having become a substantial person. Prints G.2000-1155
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF THE STOCK EXCHANGE BY DAUMIER>: (6) Below the upper vignette: Having succeeded in getting into the interior of the Stock Exchange under the pretext of being litigants at the tribunal of commerce; Below the lower vignette: — What a company at the Stock Exchange doors!... to be sure, I'd prefer to queue at the Ambigu, it's better regulated!... Prints G.2000-1156
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (27) NEWS FROM THE STOCK EXCHANGE: — The Emperor of Russia has entered Constantinople! — And then what? — He's furious, he didn't find the sultan who'd entered St. Petersburg on the very same day. Prints G.2000-1157
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (4) Desolation of the Stock Exchange's Cossacks on the day when it was announced that the Turks had won a victory. Prints G.2000-1158
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (2) The Russo-Turkish Seesaw, — A new game for which Minister Gogo pays all the costs. Prints G.2000-1159
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (1) Mister Gogo and the newsmongers of the Stock Exchange. Prints G.2000-1160
DAUMIER, Honoré <SMALL-SCALE SPECULATORS>: (3) — And to think that we're forbidden from going in there to do our little bits of business too... those men! no respect at all for the fair sex!... Prints G.2000-1161
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (330) View of Paris since they have played the famous moral comedy entitled THE STOCK EXCHANGE. Prints G.2000-1162
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE DOERS OF BUSINESS>: (1) — I'm launching my great concern — the moment has come... I'll cerrtainly set up a company to exploit my idea..., the manufacture of Artificial Prunes... a capital of three million! —I see what you're driving at, you're going to ask me for the stones! Prints G.2000-1163
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE DOERS OF BUSINESS>: (2) A magnificent project for an aerial railway which will link the Panthéon with the Montmartre hills... outlay, two hundred million francs!... — as for the profits, they're incalculable!... Prints G.2000-1164
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE DOERS OF BUSINESS>: (3) — It's still going down!... Prints G.2000-1165
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE SPECULATORS>: (1) — I bought this ground at one franc per metre and I'll sell it at 9 francs. — Who to?... — The name's not important as long as I earn 8 francs per metre... it's not too expensive. the ground's well worth 600 francs per metre on the boulevard Montmartre!... —Yes, but this place isn't populated. —What d'you mean, not populated... there are more than twenty thousand rabbits! Prints G.2000-1166
DAUMIER, Honoré <TODAY'S PHILANTHROPISTS>: (5) — Madam... it is not enough only to have danced for the benefit of those poor Poles... let us be Philanthropists to the very end... let us take supper for their profit!... Prints G.2000-1167
DAUMIER, Honoré <TODAY'S PHILANTHROPISTS>: (6) — Sir, I'm giving towards the Batignolles earthquake... here are two francs... but put down my name and address in your day-book: Rigolard Philanthropic stationer, 345, rue St. Honoré, stocks clocks, plasters by Dantan, Bohemian glass, English riding-sticks, German chemical matches, and generally everything that doesn't relate to his profession!... Prints G.2000-1168
DAUMIER, Honoré <TODAY'S PHILANTHROPISTS>: (9) "Yesterday, in the rue St. Honoré, a respectable old man fell, struck by an attack of apoplexy, it would have been the end of him had not the celebrated Doctor Cabassol, who was by chance at his window at No. 107, hastened to fly to his aid: thanks to intelligent and prodigious help together with the most touching solicitude the sick man was promptly restored to life. Our celebrated Doctor Cabassol topping his generous behaviour wanted to receive as payment for his care only the thanks of a family which will eternally bless his name. Honour to Doctor Cabassol!" — Look here, it's you who's the respectable old man in question, yesterday you failed to fall when coming to see me, you could have injured yourself and then I could have saved you... I contrived it all a little more dramatically for the newspaper... it won't do you any harm and it'll do me a lot of good! Prints G.2000-1169
DAUMIER, Honoré <TODAY'S PHILANTHROPISTS>: (11) — I've already forbidden you to call me master... understrand that all men are brothers... animal! Prints G.2000-1170
DAUMIER, Honoré <TODAY'S PHILANTHROPISTS>: (12) — So then, my friend, at the age of twenty two you had already killed three men... what a powerful nature, and how guilty society is for not having better guided it!... — Oh! yeah sir!... in my view the police have been very wrong... without them I wouldn't be here!... Prints G.2000-1171
DAUMIER, Honoré <TODAY'S PHILANTHROPISTS>: (15) — Come closer, friends, do not be ashamed... you see that it is only I myself!... you are five hundred... good... today I am going to distribute these twenty three bunches of faggots and this pot-full of broth, broth in which each week I pour the best part of my fortune!... Prints G.2000-1172
DAUMIER, Honoré <TODAY'S PHILANTHROPISTS>: (15) — Come closer, friends, do not be ashamed... you see that it is only I myself!... you are five hundred... good... today I am going to distribute these twenty three bunches of faggots and this pot-full of broth, broth in which each week I pour the best part of my fortune!... Prints G.2000-1173
DAUMIER, Honoré <TODAY'S PHILANTHROPISTS>: (17) — Worshipful mayor... in passing through your town we come to you to propose giving a large concert for the benefit of the poor... we will only deduct in advance from the takings the full the expenses of our journey,... which amount to nothing but eight hundred francs. Prints G.2000-1174
DAUMIER, Honoré <TODAY'S PHILANTHROPISTS>: (25) — I'll never again in my life collect for the poor!... from the moment when I got seventeen francs less than Mrs Ramachard!... Prints G.2000-1175
DAUMIER, Honoré <PEOPLE OF THE LAW>: (23) AT THE AGUESSEAU CAFÉ. While awaiting the hearing, Demosthenes lunches at the client's expense, steak and chips driving eloquence on. Prints G.2000-1176
DAUMIER, Honoré <PEOPLE OF THE LAW>: (24) — What a pity that charming little woman didn't ask me to defend her... how I would have argued that her husband is a rascal!... Prints G.2000-1177
DAUMIER, Honoré <PEOPLE OF THE LAW>: (31) — We've got a great show today, Mr. Galuchet!... — By Jove, I think so... a murder embellished by rape!... Prints G.2000-1178
DAUMIER, Honoré <PEOPLE OF THE LAW>: (32) — Let them speak a little ill of you... let them say it... in just a moment I myself will insult your adversary's whole family!... Prints G.2000-1179
DAUMIER, Honoré <PEOPLE OF THE LAW>: (34) — Lost again in the Royal Court... and he's moaning as if he hadn't still got the High Court of Appeal!... Prints G.2000-1180
DAUMIER, Honoré <PEOPLE OF THE LAW>: (35) True, you've lost your case... Prints G.2000-1181
DAUMIER, Honoré <PEOPLE OF THE LAW>: (37) — It certainly seems that my jolly fellow is a great villian... so much the better... if I succeed in having him acquitted, what credit to me!... Prints G.2000-1182
DAUMIER, Honoré <PEOPLE OF THE LAW>: (38) When crime doesn't pay. Prints G.2000-1183
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (37) A STUBBORN OLD MAN. — Clerk of the court, would you be kind enough to tell me when they'll punish the individual who, at the place du Havre, put my eye in the condition in which you see it. — But sir, it's unthinkable that you should continue to wear such an eye-patch when we've proven to you that no one was punched in the place du Havre... do you know that the ex-members of the Society of the Tenth of December would have the right to demand compensation for the harm that you're doing to their reputation! Prints G.2000-1184
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES BY DAUMIER>: (3) — Your client is a scoundrel who's murdered six women, and you're counting on extenuating circumstances. —Why of course!... the jury is composed entirely of married men. Prints G.2000-1185
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (49) — What!... another wrong Stéphen, this is the twelfth since this morning. Prints G.2000-1186
DAUMIER, Honoré <TENANTS AND LANDLORDS>: (1) Inconvenient to put their dwelling up for rent in the month of January. Prints G.2000-1187
DAUMIER, Honoré <TENANTS AND LANDLORDS>: (6) Inconvenient to visit without caution a mezzanine room where the ceiling is a little too low. Prints G.2000-1188
DAUMIER, Honoré <TENANTS AND LANDLORDS>: (12) Robber of a landlord... who doesn't want to have repairs done for me except in fine weather!... Prints G.2000-1189
DAUMIER, Honoré <TENANTS AND LANDLORDS>: (15) A FURTIVE HOUSE-MOVING. — Take no notice... it's our friend Cabassol who's feeling uncomfortable, and whom we're taking home!... Prints G.2000-1190
DAUMIER, Honoré <TENANTS AND LANDLORDS>: (18) How the Spanish balcony is included in Paris. Prints G.2000-1191
DAUMIER, Honoré <TENANTS AND LANDLORDS>: (22) — Is the account exact?... now you're going to ask me if I can give you a receipt... under the pretext that if one's rich one should always give something!... Prints G.2000-1192
DAUMIER, Honoré <TENANTS AND LANDLORDS>: (30) — Look how they've ruined my walls with their chimney flues... tenants shouldn't be allowed to light fires!... Prints G.2000-1193
DAUMIER, Honoré <WHEN YOU'RE UNLUCKY>: (1) —To think that I've not been able to fire a single shot since this morning!...— Oh! different from me... I've killed my dog!... Prints G.2000-1194
DAUMIER, Honoré <WHEN YOU'RE UNLUCKY>: (2) And not even a bit of powder!... Prints G.2000-1195
DAUMIER, Honoré <WHEN YOU'RE UNLUCKY>: (4) Take no notice sir... it's yer beer I'm servin' yer!... Prints G.2000-1196
DAUMIER, Honoré <WHEN YOU'RE UNLUCKY>: (8) Shareholders in the railways talking about dividends. Prints G.2000-1197
DAUMIER, Honoré <WHEN YOU'RE UNLUCKY>: (9) I thought better of her than that... Prints G.2000-1198
DAUMIER, Honoré <WHEN YOU'RE UNLUCKY>: (10) I'm no longer astonished if I haven't seen my hat... Prints G.2000-1199
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE ALARMISTS AND ALARMED.>: (1) — Oh my god! they 've set fire to the neighbour's house!... don't look, Théodore, it'll hurt you too much!... — Why no... it's he who 's just lit up his window with three Chinese lanterns!... Prints G.2000-1200
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE ALARMISTS AND ALARMED.>: (2) Where can that band of armed men be going!... Prints G.2000-1201
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE ALARMISTS AND ALARMED.>: (2) Where can that band of armed men be going!... Prints G.2000-1202
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE ALARMISTS AND ALARMED.>: (2) Where can that band of armed men be going!... Prints G.2000-1203
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE ALARMISTS AND ALARMED.>: (4) — Step out... there are two men... that could be the core of a gathering!... Prints G.2000-1204
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE ALARMISTS AND ALARMED.>: (4) — Step out... there are two men... that could be the core of a gathering!... Prints G.2000-1205
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE ALARMISTS AND ALARMED.>: (5) — Eh! so what's new?... — Sir, whiting has become even dearer since yesterday!... — I always said that we were going to have a famine... Prints G.2000-1206
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE ALARMISTS AND ALARMED.>: (6) — Sir, it's a three sou letter... — Is it the done thing to knock on the door for a three sou letter...I had a fright!... I thought they'd come to ask me for my weapons... Prints G.2000-1207
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE ALARMISTS AND ALARMED.>: (6) — Sir, it's a three sou letter... — Is it the done thing to knock on the door for a three sou letter...I had a fright!... I thought they'd come to ask me for my weapons... Prints G.2000-1208
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE ALARMISTS AND ALARMED.>: (7) — I think they're beating the call to arms... Adolphe don't go... in the name of the children we could have had!... Prints G.2000-1209
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIAN IN 1848>: (1) — Well... I didn't recognise you... what moustaches!... — It's necessary... I've been made a corporal... Prints G.2000-1210
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIAN IN 1848>: (2) — That confounded Pigochard... always has to court the whiimen!... Prints G.2000-1211
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIAN IN 1848>: (2) — That confounded Pigochard... always has to court the whiimen!... Prints G.2000-1212
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIAN IN 1848>: (2) — That confounded Pigochard... always has to court the whiimen!... Prints G.2000-1213
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIAN IN 1848>: (3) — Yes, citizen, I demand the most complete abolition of factions!... Prints G.2000-1214
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIAN IN 1848>: (3) — Yes, citizen, I demand the most complete abolition of factions!... Prints G.2000-1215
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE FEASTERS>: (1) The national guardsman Rifolard, not having left his home during the five days of June, was unable to resist the desire finally to seize the occasion of showing himself; despite the tears of his wife and children, he took his gun to hasten to a banquet in the country Prints G.2000-1216
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE FEASTERS>: (1) The national guardsman Rifolard, not having left his home during the five days of June, was unable to resist the desire finally to seize the occasion of showing himself; despite the tears of his wife and children, he took his gun to hasten to a banquet in the country Prints G.2000-1217
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE FEASTERS>: (4) Rifolaed was more charmed than ever at not having got himself killed in the June days, for that would have deprived him of the pleasure of walking in the streets of Boulogne under a rain of flowers. Prints G.2000-1218
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE FEASTERS>: (4) Rifolaed was more charmed than ever at not having got himself killed in the June days, for that would have deprived him of the pleasure of walking in the streets of Boulogne under a rain of flowers. Prints G.2000-1219
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE FEASTERS>: (5) Rifolard opened the ball and performed [the step of] a single cavalier advancing which received general approbation. Prints G.2000-1220
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE FEASTERS>: (5) Rifolard opened the ball and performed [the step of] a single cavalier advancing which received general approbation. Prints G.2000-1221
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE FEASTERS>: (6) Several national guardsmen who had not thought of sea-sickness, keenly regretting having had the idea of going to see England. Prints G.2000-1222
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE FEASTERS>: (7) Rifolaed, gazed on by the English, completely forgets the little inconveniences of the crossing. Prints G.2000-1223
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (6) Don't hurry so... Lapincheux... they've not yet put the duty back on drinks! Prints G.2000-1224
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCH OF THE DAY>: (28) You know the fat deputy from opposite, who's a representative at 25 francs a day, well, this morning I read off the newspaper that they'd given him a commission! — A commission pays generally seventy five centimes without even a written decision... on that day he should've made 25 francs 15 sous, what luck! Prints G.2000-1225
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (71) The interlude of a primary school teacher suspended from his duties. Prints G.2000-1226
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (175) Tell me, Mister Colimard, is it true that now the government's going to force all journalists to wear a uniform and that they'll make [them] pay security to all subscribers?... Prints G.2000-1227
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (27) — Yes, Mrs.Chaboulard, there're twenty four grocers who've joined together and taken the oath to murder president Dupin. — The horror of it!... but also why doesn't the government watch the grocers better... I said it a long time ago, all grocers are scoundrels!... and to prove it, yesterday mine sold me mustard for two sous and he only gave me six liards' worth... I'm going to denounce him, he'll be one of the twenty four!... Prints G.2000-1228
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (34) Oh! heavens, Madeleine!... I'm sure you let that child shout Long live the Republic in the street!... Prints G.2000-1229
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE FREQUENTERS OF CAFÉS>: (1) Personally, I'm in the habit of never giving anything to the waiter, it encourages celibacy. Prints G.2000-1230
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (332) THE NEW CHALETS: — No more quaterly rent to pay you, Mr.Vautour... we're not even frightened of the porter any more... in our chalets we're all Swiss!... Prints G.2000-1231
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIAN SKETCHES>: (15) ONE OF THE INCONVENIENCIES OF BASEMENTS: Surely not!... there are more of them that have grown during the night!... Prints G.2000-1232
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIAN SKETCHES>: (19) BASEMENTS: — Well, Mister Gendrouillet, how are you in your new accommodation?... — Why, not too bad... apart from rheumatism and mushrooms. Prints G.2000-1233
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE PORTERS OF PARIS>: (1) It's no use my letting you see my apartment... we don't let to mothers of families who have children!... Prints G.2000-1234
DAUMIER, Honoré <TENANTS AND LANDLOADS>: (3) — I've got to contrive in here three rooms and a kitchen!... Prints G.2000-1235
DAUMIER, Honoré <TENANTS AND LANDLOADS>: (5) — Why, madam..., I am unwise enough to absent myself from my property for some months and this is the state in which I find you... I give you twenty four hours' notice to leave... I don't even know that I don't have the right to claim damages from your husband!... Prints G.2000-1236
DAUMIER, Honoré <TENANTS AND LANDLOADS>: (7) — It seems to me that your house should make good earnings... — I really think so... I've made two BASEMENTS... and if by chance one of these lodging falls vacant, I'll grow mushrooms there. Prints G.2000-1237
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (41) The Union and the National Assembly trying to frighten Parisians with the help of a Cossack in the form of a baloon. Prints G.2000-1238
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (112) Admiral Menschikoff on a tour of inspection Prints G.2000-1239
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (80) New positions taken up by the Russians, since they have had to fight dysentery. Prints G.2000-1240
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (36) The Bear of the north, the most unpleseant of known bears Prints G.2000-1241
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (85) The melting of a snow colossus Prints G.2000-1242
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (118) ADMINISTERING SELF-DISCIPLINE: — It's through my fault, through my fault, through my very great fault!... Prints G.2000-1243
DAUMIER, Honoré <COSSACKS TO LAUGH AT or COSSACKS FOR A LAUGH>: (17) Oursikoff!... do you think this is a likeness?... — No, Sire!... — Right...... I'd have sent you to Siberia if you had recognised me... all these bad caricatures from LE CHARIVARI won't prevent my being still the most handsome man in my empire!... — Yes,Sire!...... Prints G.2000-1244
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (73) Cossack mares dead of thirst, for not having been able to go to Constantinople to quench [it] in the Sultanas' marble baths, as they were promised!... Prints G.2000-1245
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (128) Two great Dukes present at the battle of Balaclava. Prints G.2000-1246
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (145) He looks terrifying for nothing... and probably even the sparrows won't be frightened of him!... Prints G.2000-1247
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (250) A DREAM WHICH TURNS INTO REALITY: Seeing himself forced to gulp down the broth which had been prepared for him by Peter the Great. Prints G.2000-1248
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (251) THE TSAR AT SEBASTOPOL: — It's annoying...... they know I don't like the tricolour flag, and they've put it everywhere!... Prints G.2000-1249
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (263) Will he win over her, or won't he?...... the bets are on. Prints G.2000-1250
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (273) Song of happiness performed by Messrs Cobden, Brigth [sic] and Patterson [sic], on the occasion of the re-establishment of peace!... Prints G.2000-1251
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (274) The return of the Golden Age.(PICTURE COMMISSIONED BY Messrs. COBDEN & BRIGTH) [sic] Prints G.2000-1252
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (293) Messrs.-Cobden, Glaldstone [sic] and Brigth [sic] showing themselves to be only moderately happy with the arrival of peace. Prints G.2000-1253
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (298) Messrs. - Cobden, Brigth [sic] and Sturges [sic] beginning to find that peace has given them too much leisure. Prints G.2000-1254
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (300) Messrs. - Cobden, Brigth [sic] and Sturges, having nothing further to do in Europe, board ship to go and pacify China. Prints G.2000-1255
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (303) No longer knowing how to use their spare time, the three friends of peace are reduced to making war between themselves. Prints G.2000-1256
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (379) Mr. Cobden celebrating his triumph over Lord Palmerston, in company with other friends of peace. Prints G.2000-1257
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (283) A new MARIUS Prints G.2000-1258
DAUMIER, Honoré <CES BON AUSTRICHIENS.>: Italy's position Prints G.2000-1259
DAUMIER, Honoré <CES BON AUSTRICHIENS.>: Italy's awakening Prints G.2000-1260
DAUMIER, Honoré <CES BON AUSTRICHIENS.>: Italy's awakening Prints G.2000-1261
DAUMIER, Honoré <CES BON AUSTRICHIENS.>: A triumpher in Milan Prints G.2000-1262
DAUMIER, Honoré <CES BON AUSTRICHIENS.>: GENERAL SCHLICK'S [sic] ENTRY INTO THE CAMPAIGN — This is giving me trouble... but finally I'm on the horse!!!... Prints G.2000-1263
DAUMIER, Honoré <CES BON AUSTRICHIENS.>: General Schlick [sic] omitting inspection of the floggings. Prints G.2000-1264
DAUMIER, Honoré <CES BON AUSTRICHIENS.>: AT MANTUA / — What...... here they come to attack us even in this place!!... but what use are strongholds, if you're not secure?...... Prints G.2000-1265
DAUMIER, Honoré <CES BON AUSTRICHIENS.>: — Here you are, General...... here's what the zouaves call their TABLE-FORK!!... — Well then......, what's their knife like ?...... Prints G.2000-1266
DAUMIER, Honoré <CES BON AUSTRICHIENS.>: General Schlagmann, imagining that the uniform gives courages, and wanting at any price also to secure zouaves, determines to dress up some of his Croats as Turks!... Prints G.2000-1267
DAUMIER, Honoré <CES BON AUSTRICHIENS.>: News (83): — Well, look here..., you're dressed as an Austrian to do the cooking,aren't you!... — Why, of course... the short white jacket, that's always been the uniform of the cook's boy!... Prints G.2000-1268
DAUMIER, Honoré <CES BON AUSTRICHIENS.>: AT MILAN — Ho! hey!!!.... ho! hey!!... sirs..... this time you're forgetting to rescue the safe!!!... Prints G.2000-1269
DAUMIER, Honoré <CES BON AUSTRICHIENS>: Poor Giulay! [sic]... pushed out from everywhere... Prints G.2000-1270
DAUMIER, Honoré <CES BON AUSTRICHIENS.>: — You've come to tell me of victory?... then hurry up and come and give me the details!... Prints G.2000-1271
DAUMIER, Honoré <CES BON AUSTRICHIENS>: Coming announce to his gracious sovereign the result of the battle of Magenta... Prints G.2000-1272
DAUMIER, Honoré <CES BON AUSTRICHIENS.>: General Giulay [sic] cutting his enemies to pieces... on the map!... Prints G.2000-1273
DAUMIER, Honoré <CES BON AUSTRICHIENS.>: ...... Our retreat was carried out with the greatest of order! (Austrian Report) Prints G.2000-1274
DAUMIER, Honoré <CES BON AUSTRICHIENS.>: An unpleasent role to play in the theatre at the present time, and particularly in Piedmont... Prints G.2000-1275
DAUMIER, Honoré <CES BON AUSTRICHIENS.>: — Here... I fancy I see over there an Austrian general who's got a plucky horse... must make a present of it to the colonel tomorrow!.... Prints G.2000-1276
DAUMIER, Honoré <CES BON AUSTRICHIENS.>: OLD GENERAL GIULAY [sic] REPLACED BY YOUNG GENERAL SCHLCK [sic] / — Giulay proved to me by his military operations that he was blind... very well... , at least this one's only one-eyed!... Prints G.2000-1277
DAUMIER, Honoré <CES BON AUSTRICHIENS.>: News (60): — Have you left him nothing, that farmer?... — But I heff, cheneral, I left him hiss shirt... if you vish I vill brink it for you to etteck — Well now... Chippmann...... here's the [military] cross!... Prints G.2000-1278
DAUMIER, Honoré <CES BON AUSTRICHIENS. >: News (52): — Look here, kaiserlick [sic]......, shall we soon be done with these gallantries to the women?... Prints G.2000-1279
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (94) Going back faster than he had come. Prints G.2000-1280
DAUMIER, Honoré VISIT TO THE TURCOS' TENTS: — Here!... they sleep like ordinary men... Prints G.2000-1281
DAUMIER, Honoré STRIKING CAMP: Look here...[put] a bit of fresh life into your shoulders!... let's put the bag, the equipment, the covers, the pickets, the cudgels, the water-bottle and the ration loaf on our backs once more!... Personally..., I feel as though I've got the strength to carry the Vincennes castle-keep, if someone would like to burden himself with putting it on my back!... Prints G.2000-1282
DAUMIER, Honoré STRIKING CAMP: Look here...[put] a bit of fresh life into your shoulders!... let's put the bag, the equipment, the covers, the pickets, the cudgels, the water-bottle and the ration loaf on our backs once more!... Personally..., I feel as though I've got the strength to carry the Vincennes castle-keep, if someone would like to burden himself with putting it on my back!... Prints G.2000-1283
DAUMIER, Honoré STRIKING CAMP: Look here...[put] a bit of fresh life into your shoulders!... let's put the bag, the equipment, the covers, the pickets, the cudgels, the water-bottle and the ration loaf on our backs once more!... Personally..., I feel as though I've got the strength to carry the Vincennes castle-keep, if someone would like to burden himself with putting it on my back!... Prints G.2000-1284
DAUMIER, Honoré <Album des Charges du Jour>: A difficult position. — Pulled about between civilisation and the retrograde party. Prints G.2000-1285
DAUMIER, Honoré <Album des Charges du Jour>: AT TANGIER — Sublime Majesty!... here come the Spaniards..., I think of anticipating your wishes, in order to inspire them with respect..., to unfurl your august parasol!... — Do not pester me, Belboul, about my parasol... at this very moment I would prefer to have a Bullet-shield!... Prints G.2000-1286
DAUMIER, Honoré <Album des Charges du Jour>: AT TANGIER — Sublime Majesty!... here come the Spaniards..., I think of anticipating your wishes, in order to inspire them with respect..., to unfurl your august parasol!... — Do not pester me, Belboul, about my parasol... at this very moment I would prefer to have a Bullet-shield!... Prints G.2000-1287
DAUMIER, Honoré <Album des Charges du Jour>: A parasol in a difficult position. Prints G.2000-1288
DAUMIER, Honoré <Album des Charges du Jour>: THE EMPEROR MOROCCO CONSULTING THE CELEBRATED SORCERER DESBAROLLES. — Here is a little line which indicates to me that you are destined to receive a great drubbing!... Prints G.2000-1289
DAUMIER, Honoré <Album des Charges du Jour>: — There's a wind that's going to thwart the Spaniards' disembarkation nicely!... — Yes, but it's also very poor weather for my parasol... Prints G.2000-1290
DAUMIER, Honoré <Album des Charges du Jour>: — There's a wind that's going to thwart the Spaniards' disembarkation nicely!... — Yes, but it's also very poor weather for my parasol... Prints G.2000-1291
DAUMIER, Honoré <Album des Charges du Jour>: Le Cid also setting out on the campaign to go and fight the Moors Prints G.2000-1292
DAUMIER, Honoré <Album des Charges du Jour>: Singular combat between the Cid and the Emperor of Morocco. Prints G.2000-1293
DAUMIER, Honoré <Album des Charges du Jour>: Singular combat between the Cid and the Emperor of Morocco. Prints G.2000-1294
DAUMIER, Honoré <Album des Charges du Jour>: EUNUCHS DISCHARGED BY THE BEY TUNIS. [sic] — What's going to become of us?... here we are[,] dismissed!... — There's nothing for it but to become coachmen in Constantinople!... Prints G.2000-1295
DAUMIER, Honoré <Album des Charges du Jour>: The new costume of Turkish coachmen in Constantinople. — Neither men, nor women......, all eunuchs!...... (Extract from the new statute.) Prints G.2000-1296
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (40) WINTER'S DEPARTURE: — What, are you already thinking of leaving us?... you[,] our best ally!... Prints G.2000-1297
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (29) A quarter of an hour after his death he was still alive Prints G.2000-1298
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (54) What is called the UNITED KINGDOM. Prints G.2000-1299
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (50) Charged until the forthcoming election with keeping the emblems of Wallachian sovereignty: the Throne, the Sceptre... and the Trunk. Prints G.2000-1300
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (65) EXERCISES OF THE PRUSSIAN HERCULES: — Will he lift it? [or] won't he? Prints G.2000-1301
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (87) — Well now! but we can't see anything in your magic lantern? — Have a little patience! the curtain hasn't yet risen Prints G.2000-1302
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (88) IN GERMANY: — Let's still pack [things] up! precaution is the mother of certainty. Prints G.2000-1303
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (89) — Well now!... they no longer seem to be troubling with me at all! Prints G.2000-1304
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (90) — There are lots of broken eggs there, the only thing is knowing if the omlette will succeed. Prints G.2000-1305
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (106) An unpleasant predicament Prints G.2000-1306
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (103) The President of the diet, or the double Damocles! Prints G.2000-1307
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (108) — My dear Holsteiner, vote I beg you. — Excuse me... Do you reckon on making me [like that place] there! Prints G.2000-1308
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (107) Revival of the little Danaïdes Prints G.2000-1309
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (104) The new Cinderella Prints G.2000-1310
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (183) — If I had known!... Prints G.2000-1311
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (248) Time himself proving the need to be fashionably equipped. Prints G.2000-1312
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (31) GALILEO — Perhaps it would not have put you out, my fine Joshua, to stop it once more, in order to delay my demonstration. Prints G.2000-1313
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (66) Whom will he catch ? Prints G.2000-1314
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (129) — I say friend [,] too many arms... economise on iron and you'll economise on silver Prints G.2000-1315
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (144) A HYPNOTISM SÉANCE: You'd think this devil Mars only wants to sleep with one eye [closed]. Prints G.2000-1316
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (179) The soothsayers of diplomacy not daring to broach the Prussian-bird in order to know what to believe. Prints G.2000-1317
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (179) The soothsayers of diplomacy not daring to broach the Prussian-bird in order to know what to believe. Prints G.2000-1318
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (225) — To think that with the stone from all these pedestals you could have built a good dozen primary schools. Prints G.2000-1319
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (240) IN A CAPTIVE BALLOON: THE Gent WHO LOOKS TOWARDS THE SOUTH —Deuce! / THE Gent WHO LOOKS TOWARDS THE THE EAST — Good God! Prints G.2000-1320
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (251) Le Charivari. Obliged soon to redraw a new view of the site where the temple of Peace stood. Prints G.2000-1321
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (260) MODERN SOOTHSAYERS: Do not at all seem to have the inclination to laugh when looking at each other. Prints G.2000-1322
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (261) New Year's gift for 1868 Prints G.2000-1323
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (261) New Year's gift for 1868 Prints G.2000-1324
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (280) Playthings of for Big Children Prints G.2000-1325
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (274) Revival of the Japanese. Prints G.2000-1326
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (275) What England calls an act-of-union. Prints G.2000-1327
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (283) A nurse who is a little naive. Prints G.2000-1328
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (11) Hard to unknot. Prints G.2000-1329
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (12) What the devil is it that curbs his appetite? Prints G.2000-1330
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (12) What the devil is it that curbs his appetite? Prints G.2000-1331
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (12) What the devil is it that curbs his appetite? Prints G.2000-1332
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (34) Balancing experiment Prints G.2000-1333
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (35) Not pleasing for the others. Prints G.2000-1334
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (43) Devilish North wind Prints G.2000-1335
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (51) It's [or: They're] not biting any more! Prints G.2000-1336
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (51) It's [or: They're] not biting any more! Prints G.2000-1337
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (106) — Well for this year Papa Mars doesn't seem to want to take my place! Prints G.2000-1338
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (72) The blank newspaper Prints G.2000-1339
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (72) The blank newspaper Prints G.2000-1340
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (79) VIEW TAKEN OF EUROPE IN 1900. Prints G.2000-1341
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (81) Steady! Prints G.2000-1342
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (98) Statues of the future Prints G.2000-1343
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (98) Statues of the future Prints G.2000-1344
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (105) Beginning to regret his victory Prints G.2000-1345
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (52) — A little tidying up rejuvenates. Prints G.2000-1346
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (52) — A little tidying up rejuvenates. Prints G.2000-1347
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (96) The human pyramid Prints G.2000-1348
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (120) Will he leave! [or] won't he! Prints G.2000-1349
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (131) Revival of Turenne Prints G.2000-1350
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (131) Revival of Turenne Prints G.2000-1351
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (129) A method by which he walks without going forward. Prints G.2000-1352
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (130) OTHER COCK-CHAFERS Prints G.2000-1353
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (146) THE POLITICAL [feast of] SAINT MÉDARD Prints G.2000-1354
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (146) THE POLITICAL [feast of] SAINT MÉDARD Prints G.2000-1355
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (144) If a meter could be adapted to cannons as on cabs, perhaps the total would reflect the [army's] estimates [or, budgets]. Prints G.2000-1356
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (151) — Provided that that devil Mars doesn't remove his muzzle!! Prints G.2000-1357
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (189) John Bull swears that he is attached to the son of Theodore by an indissoluble tie. Prints G.2000-1358
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (186) — And that's how you give yourself sprains in the back!...... Prints G.2000-1359
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (209) — My bicycle! Prints G.2000-1360
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (212) THE BEAR'S PAVING-STONE. Prints G.2000-1361
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (218) EUROPEAN BUDGETS Prints G.2000-1362
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (218) EUROPEAN BUDGETS Prints G.2000-1363
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (217) What do they see in there ??... Prints G.2000-1364
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (222) Hurry [,] you fat things! Hurry!... Prints G.2000-1365
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (281) Those who title themselves the upholders of Spain. Prints G.2000-1366
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (280) CHRISTMAS PRESENTS OF 1868 Prints G.2000-1367
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (268) — The boa is digesting: no danger of his moving. Prints G.2000-1368
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (41) — Voters, [come] into my arms!...... Prints G.2000-1369
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (62) I am a bird, see my wings. I am a mouse, long live the rats.(La-Fontaine.) Prints G.2000-1370
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (72) Will it be a god, a table or a wash-basin? Prints G.2000-1371
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (73) France preparing to put her candidates under the measure. Prints G.2000-1372
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (85) THE ELECTORAL MACHINE-GUN. What a sprinkling!... Prints G.2000-1373
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (97) THE DAY AFTER THE BATTLE. Prints G.2000-1374
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (141) THE EUROPEAN [game of] TILTING AT THE RING: What is called keeping the shot too high. Prints G.2000-1375
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (141) THE EUROPEAN [game of] TILTING AT THE RING: What is called keeping the shot too high. Prints G.2000-1376
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (193) A hypnotism séance Prints G.2000-1377
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (229) General rehearsal of the Council Prints G.2000-1378
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (255) There's my cartridge Prints G.2000-1379
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (250) The Council accroding to Basil Prints G.2000-1380
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (268) TWENTY YEARS AFTER: ARAGO — Once upon a time, it was different. CREMIEUX — Let's remember that. Prints G.2000-1381
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (269) Then don't look over there, you well know that it's a puppet. Prints G.2000-1382
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (275) THE RE-ENTRANCE OF BANQUO-GLAIS-BIZOIN: At [this] sight the speaker, for fear of being interrupted [,] interrupted himself. Prints G.2000-1383
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (284) THE PASS-WORD: — Reaction...... Sorry, I'm mistaken... Liberty. Prints G.2000-1384
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (13) — Basil, my friend, your word is askew. Prints G.2000-1385
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (28) Make way for the youngsters! Prints G.2000-1386
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (29) The plank is very short! Prints G.2000-1387
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (21) THE NYMPH EGERIA New model Prints G.2000-1388
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (47) — Reverend, before proclaiming Papal infallibility, take a pass-ticket for me for what's being performed in there. Prints G.2000-1389
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (59) Will it burst, [or] won't it ! Prints G.2000-1390
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (51) — Are you going to open the cage door [?] — Upon my word... I'm going to repaint it. Prints G.2000-1391
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (52) The declaration of Damocles Prints G.2000-1392
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (53) AFTER FLORIAN I'll walk for you and you'll see for me Prints G.2000-1393
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (74) Funeral Ceremonies of the Official Candidature. Prints G.2000-1394
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (73) Beware of the light! Prints G.2000-1395
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (76) The 56 or the political Trappists: — All the same, to think of being obliged to sit facing the tomb!... Prints G.2000-1396
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (76) The 56 or the political Trappists: — All the same, to think of being obliged to sit facing the tomb!... Prints G.2000-1397
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (91) Will it take! Prints G.2000-1398
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (103) Oh! what a pleasure to be a voter! Prints G.2000-1399
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (109) THE NEW ASSUMPTION 1870 edition. Prints G.2000-1400
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (117) What is called a well filled session. Prints G.2000-1401
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (138) THE LEGISLATIVE ARENAS. OR The ruins of the Chamber in 2870 Prints G.2000-1402
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (138) THE LEGISLATIVE ARENAS. OR The ruins of the Chamber in 2870 Prints G.2000-1403
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (177) — What the Devil are they doing up above! Prints G.2000-1404
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (183) A NIGHTMARE OF MR. VON BISMARK'S [sic] —Thank you!... Prints G.2000-1405
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (191) The call-up of their reserves. Prints G.2000-1406
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (219) Perceiving that in thinking of digging foundations [,] he dug his grave. Prints G.2000-1407
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (219) Perceiving that in thinking of digging foundations [,] he dug his grave. Prints G.2000-1408
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (219) Perceiving that in thinking of digging foundations [,] he dug his grave. Prints G.2000-1409
DAUMIER, Honoré <L'ALBUM DU SIEGE>: News (232): THE EMPIRE IS PEACE. Prints G.2000-1410
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (235) Too narrow for two. Prints G.2000-1411
DAUMIER, Honoré <L'ALBUM DU SIEGE>: News (233): All the same we never doubted that one day we'd sail in that ship. Prints G.2000-1412
DAUMIER, Honoré <L'ALBUM DU SIEGE>: News (244): NAPOLÉON SQUERE. Prints G.2000-1413
DAUMIER, Honoré <L'ALBUM DU SIEGE>: News (255): A LANDSCAPE IN 1870. Prints G.2000-1414
DAUMIER, Honoré <L'ALBUM DU SIEGE>: News (265): GERMAN UNITY Prints G.2000-1415
DAUMIER, Honoré <L'ALBUM DU SIEGE>: News (280): TERROR-STRICKEN BY THE LEGACY Prints G.2000-1416
DAUMIER, Honoré <L'ALBUM DU SIEGE>: News (299): POOR FRANCE!... THE TRUNK IS STRUCK BY LIGHTNING, BUT THE ROOTS HOLD FAST! Prints G.2000-1417
DAUMIER, Honoré <L'ALBUM DU SIEGE>: News (306): THIS HAS KILLED THAT Prints G.2000-1418
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (312) THE BORDEAUX ASSEMBLY Who will take up the knife? Prints G.2000-1419
DAUMIER, Honoré <L'ALBUM DU SIEGE>: News (315): THE NEW CHARIOT OF VICTORY Prints G.2000-1420
DAUMIER, Honoré <L'ALBUM DU SIEGE>: News (321): — Personally, I'm revictualled!... I don't care about the rest. Prints G.2000-1421
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (374) ROUHER'S SADNESS: — I've stuffed it as best as I can [but] in vain, [it's] impossible to make [people] believe that it's still alive. Prints G.2000-1422
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (592) — Go and finish yourself off for me. Prints G.2000-1423
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (606) THE PRESIDENT OF RHODES Prints G.2000-1424
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (661) That which will bring our deputies back to Paris, in spite of themselves Prints G.2000-1425
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (661) That which will bring our deputies back to Paris, in spite of themselves Prints G.2000-1426
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (687) Waiting for the question of returning to Paris to be resolved. Prints G.2000-1427
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (687) Waiting for the question of returning to Paris to be resolved. Prints G.2000-1428
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (695) — Thank you; I'll avoid taking it! Prints G.2000-1429
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (1) THE ACCURSED ONE! Prints G.2000-1430
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (1) THE ACCURSED ONE! Prints G.2000-1431
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (5) OUR LAST TWELFTH-NIGHT CAKE: — Does it not seem to you that it is calculated to disgust others? Prints G.2000-1432
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (7) Doing the housework Prints G.2000-1433
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (9) — Curtains!!! Prints G.2000-1434
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (26) — My good friend, give me the pleasure of your signing this petition against obligatory education. — Sorry, Mister Basil, but I dunno how to write. Prints G.2000-1435
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (29) BASIL IS FRIGHTENED. Prints G.2000-1436
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (29) BASIL IS FRIGHTENED. Prints G.2000-1437
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (39) WHO'LL KNOCK DOWN THE REPUBLIC?...: — Too high that target there, sirs, for you to hit! Prints G.2000-1438
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (50) THE FUSION: Of course the rogues let you believe when you come in that the phenomenon is alive. Prints G.2000-1439
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (59) — No go!!! Prints G.2000-1440
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (66) Oh! if I were the King of Spain How [quickly] I'd clear off! (Variation on a celebrated ballad) Prints G.2000-1441
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (69) It's dangerous, fishing with a cast-net. Prints G.2000-1442
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (69) It's dangerous, fishing with a cast-net. Prints G.2000-1443
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (77) Not surprising that it's long with as many crossings out as that. Prints G.2000-1444
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (77) Not surprising that it's long with as many crossings out as that. Prints G.2000-1445
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (80) Where there is no more sap [,] spring loses its claims. Prints G.2000-1446
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (85) — This trunk is no one's, therefore it ought to belong to us. Prints G.2000-1447
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (88) POOR MR. ROUHER!: A VOICE (from the wings) — Come on! you've got to jump. HIM — But i'm going to sink to the bottom! Prints G.2000-1448
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (94) If the workers fight among themselves, how do you expect the building to be reconstructed? Prints G.2000-1449
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (97) — Notice to devotees... if only there were this in France! Prints G.2000-1450
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (103) THE AUGEAN STABLES Prints G.2000-1451
DAUMIER, Honoré <JOURNEY TO CHINA>: (1) THE DISEMBARKATION: Each traveller who lands at a port in China is immediately conducted, like a wrong-doer, between two rows of inquisitive people to the passport office: hardly has he touched the soil of the Celestial Empire, than he becomes the prey of luggage-porters, hotel-boys, interpreters, messengers and other highwaymen authorised by the Chinese police. Prints G.2000-1452
DAUMIER, Honoré <JOURNEY TO CHINA>: (2) THE PASSPORT: The foreigner who visits China is submitted to an indispensable formality; he receives a slip of paper on which is written the age he wants to indicate, the profession he says he pursues and the place where it pleases him to appoint his birth; all that followed by a description of particulars which applies to everybody, after which, against a consideration of two francs, the Chinese government is deemed to lend him succour and assistance for one year. Prints G.2000-1453
DAUMIER, Honoré <JOURNEY TO CHINA>: (3) THE CUSTOMS: Having arrived at customs, the traveller is examined, ransacked, undressed and rifled — His clothes are not admitted to [this country], since they make them in China; — His wig [is], because they do not make them; — His boots, because leather is prohibited; — His clyster-pump, because it is a mechanical object with a suspect use... they seize everything and make him pay duty for the rest, after which, he is as free as the air... Prints G.2000-1454
DAUMIER, Honoré <JOURNEY TO CHINA>: (4) THE SEAFARERS' HOTEL: He who says hotel-keeper —in China— and above all in a seaport, says patent thief... if you bring to his notice that he counts dinners that you have not ordered —errands that you have not had [him] make —waiters who have not served you —expenses for transporting luggage for which you have paid, he replies graciously: Suh, we always count that, always... that is the Chinese habit!... Prints G.2000-1455
DAUMIER, Honoré <JOURNEY TO CHINA>: (5) CHINESE LAW: Chinese barristers strive so hard, striking so many oratorical poses that the magistrates, in order not to be distracted by the gestures of the defence and to lose nothing of his arguments, generally devote themselves to some manual work, one slices his desk with penknife cuts; the other draws crude little figures on stamped paper or fashions folded paper hens; others have recourse to a more efficient method, they close their eyes and fall into deep meditation from which the usher who shouts silence! with all his might is at great pains to extract them... it is for this reason that Chinese justice is represented with a bandage over its eyes. Prints G.2000-1456
DAUMIER, Honoré <JOURNEY TO CHINA>: (6) CHINESE PROPRIETY: In this country they have a singular idea of propriety!... the most chaste young girl, the most upstanding woman do not blush, by a prodigious exaggeration of forms, to call attention to a certain quarter to which they give the appearance of a veritable air-balloon... they call that a bustle... Prints G.2000-1457
DAUMIER, Honoré <JOURNEY TO CHINA>: (7) CHINESE MARRIAGE: The angler's skill in setting his lines, the hunter's artfulness in taking game, the horse-dealer's tricks to hide the redhibitory defects of his horse, nothing is comparable to the skill, the artfulness, the trick which a mother deploys in order to marry her daughter... the poor Chinese men mistrust the lures, of honey and of glue, to no avail, someone always falls into the maternal snare. Prints G.2000-1458
DAUMIER, Honoré <JOURNEY TO CHINA>: (8) WOULD YOU MARRY... IN CHINA: A Chinese woman who brings nothing to her husband places the household in difficulties because her clothes are very costly. / A Chinese woman who brings something, places the household in embarrassing circumstances because her clothes cost more. / A Chinese woman who brings many things places the household in misery: her whims devour everything! Prints G.2000-1459
DAUMIER, Honoré <JOURNEY TO CHINA>: (9) A CHINESE DANCE: One is greatly mistaken if one believes the Chinese people to be giddy, joyful and the friend of pleasure: they are on the contrary serious and morose, since their greatest amusement consists in a type of lugubrious walking in which the men and women walk one in front of the other, or one beside the other, and seem to be saying among themselves: brother we should die! In order also to point to the philosophical intention behind this ceremony, the opposite of dancing, they call it: Counter-dancing. Prints G.2000-1460
DAUMIER, Honoré <JOURNEY TO CHINA>: (10) CHINESE PROBITY: The unfortunate man who commits a little failing and gives 80 per cent to his creditors is ruined, dishonoured, lost, and sees all his careers close before him... if he would like to be well thought of, well received in the world, there is only one way... that is to begin again upon a bigger scale and to give away nothing at all. Prints G.2000-1461
DAUMIER, Honoré <JOURNEY TO CHINA>: (11) CHINESE MODESTY: The Chinese love modesty and outlaw without pity all those immodest dances introduced by the Tartars under the names of Kan-Kan, Ka-chu-cha et cetera, there is only one of them , a single one, the most voluptuous, the most lascivious of all, one which delivers the woman to the embraces of a young man, one which troubles and intoxicates the senses, this one a Chinese man rigorously forbids to his daughters and permits it... only to his wife! Prints G.2000-1462
DAUMIER, Honoré <JOURNEY TO CHINA>: (12) THE HORSE RACES: The Chinese, who have the most wretched coach horses it is possible to imagine, have recognised the necessity to improve this interesting race of quadrupeds. As a consequence the Equestrain Society of Peking could think of inventing nothing better than to create races in which the horses would cover one league in four minutes. Fairly frequently, the horse attains its goal, but never the society for its encouragement: understood that the winner is then taken in triumph to its home... in a cart. He is improved for perpetuity. Prints G.2000-1463
DAUMIER, Honoré <JOURNEY TO CHINA>: (13) AN ENTERTAINMENT OF PEKING: Chinese men, who have worked assiduously all day long, meet with the need to distract themselves in the evening, thus they have invented a very ingenious game the detail of which of which [sic] would be too tedious [to explain], suffice it for us to say that it is played with little bits of bone called dominoes, nearly all the dealers in opium, tea, sugar, prunes and other colonial commodities make themselves out to be excessively clever at this eminently Chinese game. Prints G.2000-1464
DAUMIER, Honoré <JOURNEY TO CHINA>: (14) THE POLKA: The Chinese people, an eminently observant and wise people, having noticed that the turkey-cock an animal of very phlegmatic temperament, seemed however to take the greatest pleasure in [enticing?] by turns each foot with a small jerky movement, one day took it into their heads to imitate this poultry in that type of amusement. Thence the origin of a dance which immediately caused delight in the best society of Peking and its suburb, but as a result of an equally Chinese whim this dance was named the Polka whereas good sense, grammar and the turkeys called for themselves to be baptised with the name of turkey-cocka. Prints G.2000-1465
DAUMIER, Honoré <JOURNEY TO CHINA>: (15) SMOKERS AND SNUFF-TAKERS: — Do not believe that all Chinese stupify themselves with opium; no, a crowd of people and above all [those] in good society make their sovereign pleasure consist of smoking and taking a certain leaf which looks pretty disagreeable, but whose taste is very loathsome — As this leaf is harvested from a plant called nicotiana they were completely naturally inclined to call it tobacco. Prints G.2000-1466
DAUMIER, Honoré <JOURNEY TO CHINA>: (16) THE MUSIC LESSON: The Chinese man of independent means likes to occupy his leisure by cultivating music: very willingly he takes lessons on the clarinet, the accordion or the hunting horn, and in spite of the contrary opinion of his unfortunate neighbours, persists in calling this an accomplishment! Prints G.2000-1467
DAUMIER, Honoré <JOURNEY TO CHINA>: (19) CHINESE WARRIORS: All Chinese men have the right, from six to eight times a year, to carry a rifle, a cartridge-pouch, and even to wear a fur cap; then they apply themselves, more or less voluntarily to night patrols which have as their goal the maintenance of public peace. Only it happens quite often that the chief named KA-PO-RAL takes infinite trouble to prevent his warriors singing at the tops of their voices "mother GO-DI-CHON" or other Chinese ballads, and it is by waking with a start that the good citizens learn that their rest is being watched over. Prints G.2000-1468
DAUMIER, Honoré <JOURNEY TO CHINA>: (17) THE PENAL CODE: The Chinese legislators have decreed that all the accused will answer a summons freely in front of their judges, and so they are brought before the examining magistrate between two policemen and bound with handcuffs, which in fact leaves them no more liberty than to sneeze. Moreover justice is delivered with such promptness in the Celestial Empire that it is very rare for he who has been cautioned to remain more than eight months before attending his trial, finally the solemn day arrives when he sees himself sentenced to a fortnight in prison, and the capped mandarin has the goodness to explain to him that this fortnight is not to be confused with the eight months he has already spent behind bolted doors. Prints G.2000-1469
DAUMIER, Honoré <IN CHINA>: (8) — To think that in France, I had so much trouble in getting one of them, and here, here I am with two on my arm... what a swanky place!... Prints G.2000-1470
DAUMIER, Honoré <IN CHINA>: (8) A Chinese warrior patrol — having taken too literally the order given them to scout out... [the enemy's movement...] Prints G.2000-1471
DAUMIER, Honoré <IN CHINA>: (13) — Here, look at that case..., it contains the American envoys who are going to Peking!... —You'd think that that carriage contained curious animals... —To be sure! if they are curious..., too bad for them, because they won't see much of the country they're travelling through!... Prints G.2000-1472
DAUMIER, Honoré <IN CHINA>: (13) — Here, look at that case..., it contains the American envoys who are going to Peking!... — You'd think that that carriage contained curious animals... — To be sure! if they are curious..., too bad for them, because they won't see much of the country they're travelling through!... Prints G.2000-1473
DAUMIER, Honoré <IN CHINA>: (14) The arrival in Peking, of the American ambassadors. Prints G.2000-1474
DAUMIER, Honoré <IN CHINA>: (14) The arrival in Peking, of the American ambassadors. Prints G.2000-1475
DAUMIER, Honoré <IN CHINA>: (15) The American envoy obtaining an audience from the Emperor of China Prints G.2000-1476
DAUMIER, Honoré <IN CHINA>: (17) A Chinese patrol on reconnaissance. Prints G.2000-1477
DAUMIER, Honoré <IN CHINA>: (17) A Chinese patrol on reconnaissance. Prints G.2000-1478
DAUMIER, Honoré <IN CHINA>: (18) — They're going to be truly caught, those Europeans!... they've got cannons which are terrible, because they're grooved, [but] I, I've had the excellent idea of making all my soldiers striped!... Prints G.2000-1479
DAUMIER, Honoré <IN CHINA>: (19) — Tchinn-Tchinn..., you bring me good news!... I accord you the highest honour of kissing the august dust of my august shoes!... Prints G.2000-1480
DAUMIER, Honoré <IN CHINA>: (21) — To think that there is what the French call Chinese!... Prints G.2000-1481
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (123) Chinese functionaries watching over the welfare of the Empire!... Prints G.2000-1482
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: CHINA CIVILISING HERSELF: — Now then..., attention!... here's the European theory... the eyes looking fifteen paces into the distance and let the foot which is on the ground quickly go to rejoin that which is in the air... Prints G.2000-1483
DAUMIER, Honoré <EVERYTHING YOU COULD WANT>: (1) A VISIT TO THE SALON: To be sure, all sculptors are smutty!... Prints G.2000-1484
DAUMIER, Honoré <EVERYTHING YOU COULD WANT>: (21) A husband burned with the fire of jealousy. Prints G.2000-1485
DAUMIER, Honoré <EVERYTHING YOU COULD WANT>: (24) — Did he need to smoke pipes [,] him there [,] to get a coloured face! Prints G.2000-1486
DAUMIER, Honoré <EVERYTHING YOU COULD WANT>: (25) — Oh!... and you?... — Me too! Prints G.2000-1487
DAUMIER, Honoré <EVERYTHING YOU COULD WANT>: (26) — See, there's the eclipse beginning... — But I don't see anything... — Oh well! that's as if it should be... when a solicitor vanishes d'you see him?... Prints G.2000-1488
DAUMIER, Honoré <EVERYTHING YOU COULD WANT>: (28) The fifth act at the Gaîté. Prints G.2000-1489
DAUMIER, Honoré <EVERYTHING YOU COULD WANT>: (29) — What's become of you then [,] Mister Lebrun?... — I've become a runaway... to the Stock-Exchange!... Prints G.2000-1490
DAUMIER, Honoré <EVERYTHING YOU COULD WANT>: (30) — Oh my dear, when you've got a dog you should never have a husband!... only yesterday mine had a thing about refusing a chiken wing to Mimire, he only wanted give him a leg!... — There need to be men who're fierce!... Prints G.2000-1491
DAUMIER, Honoré <EVERYTHING YOU COULD WANT>: (30) — Oh my dear, when you've got a dog you should never have a husband!... only yesterday mine had a thing about refusing a chiken wing to Mimire, he only wanted give him a leg!... — There need to be men who're fierce!... Prints G.2000-1492
DAUMIER, Honoré <EVERYTHING YOU COULD WANT>: (33) "The theatre is a good thing for the lower classes of Paris, they come there to relax in the evening from the hard toils of the day." (All the moralists) Prints G.2000-1493
DAUMIER, Honoré <EVERYTHING YOU COULD WANT>: (35) — It's nevertheless there that I carved my love monogram... well [,] how it's risen... personally, I've got much smaller since!... Prints G.2000-1494
DAUMIER, Honoré <EVERYTHING YOU COULD WANT>: (36) — I wanna drink!... — But I've told you I'm a grocer!... — Yer a grocer... well! grocers have everything... give me a drink!... or else yer not a grocer! Prints G.2000-1495
DAUMIER, Honoré <EVERYTHING YOU COULD WANT>: (38) — They are young turtle-doves... that's how we used to be in former times, missis Duruflé... Prints G.2000-1496
DAUMIER, Honoré <EVERYTHING YOU COULD WANT>: (39) — It's biting, mister Galimard, it's biting!... — I'll allow myself to say that at eight degrees rivers and noses are frozen!... Prints G.2000-1497
DAUMIER, Honoré <EVERYTHING YOU COULD WANT>: (40) — For three months, your grace has been posing always like that... now the portrait's no longer a likeness... it's no longer that!... Prints G.2000-1498
DAUMIER, Honoré <EVERYTHING YOU COULD WANT>: (42) — I say, our mayor... communists what's that?... — Pierre, they're people who want money to be common, work common, land common among all French people... — Oh! well I think for a start they've got not common sense!... Prints G.2000-1499
DAUMIER, Honoré <EVERYTHING YOU COULD WANT>: (43) LADEN WITH BUSINESS. Prints G.2000-1500
DAUMIER, Honoré <EVERYTHING YOU COULD WANT>: (45) — Sorry, citizen, but I don't accept dogs in my carriage... — Be off with you, aristocrat!... Prints G.2000-1501
DAUMIER, Honoré <EVERYTHING YOU COULD WANT>: (46) The woman should follow her husband wherever it is convenient for him to go and choose his residence. (Civil code marriage right) Prints G.2000-1502
DAUMIER, Honoré <EVERYTHING YOU COULD WANT>: (47) A DAY GUARD-DUTY. — I'm coming down, because I'm mounting it. — Well now, personally I'm going up again because I'm standing down!... Prints G.2000-1503
DAUMIER, Honoré <EVERYTHING YOU COULD WANT>: (48) — They said to the Government that it wasn't progressing, so naturally it got the idea of taking all the railways!... — That's wanting to go too fast!... Prints G.2000-1504
DAUMIER, Honoré <EVERYTHING YOU COULD WANT>: (49) — Colleague, don't trust the little baron... the more you dress him, the more you'll put yourself in a position to be uncovered... Prints G.2000-1505
DAUMIER, Honoré <EVERYTHING YOU COULD WANT>: (49) — Colleague, don't trust the little baron... the more you dress him, the more you'll put yourself in a position to be uncovered... Prints G.2000-1506
DAUMIER, Honoré <EVERYTHING YOU COULD WANT>: (50) Inconvenient to be too sentimental and to like going for walks by moonlight. Prints G.2000-1507
DAUMIER, Honoré <EVERYTHING YOU COULD WANT>: (51) — It doesn't surprise me that women always have a taste for military uniform! — Prints G.2000-1508
DAUMIER, Honoré <EVERYTHING YOU COULD WANT>: (53) AT A 32-SOUS-RESTAURANT: — Waiter, a chicken with cress?... — Sir, we've no chicken left... but if you like, I'll get you a large portion of cress!... Prints G.2000-1509
DAUMIER, Honoré <EVERYTHING YOU COULD WANT>: (54) — Well, there's my wife going off... high speed... twelve leagues an hour... what a fine invention steam is!... Prints G.2000-1510
DAUMIER, Honoré <EVERYTHING YOU COULD WANT>: (55) — I beg your pardon if I didn't spot you straight away... I was unable to recognise you among the other roses in the garden!... Prints G.2000-1511
DAUMIER, Honoré <EVERYTHING YOU COULD WANT>: (56) — Needless to say, the antique is always beautiful. — Yes, wife, in marble... Prints G.2000-1512
DAUMIER, Honoré <EVERYTHING YOU COULD WANT>: (57) Here's my little boy... if he hasn't got sufficient talent to be with me... in the grocery... I'll make an artist of him too!... Prints G.2000-1513
DAUMIER, Honoré <EVERYTHING YOU COULD WANT>: (60) View of a ministerial antichamber, under whichever government. Prints G.2000-1514
DAUMIER, Honoré <EVERYTHING YOU COULD WANT>: (60) View of a ministerial antichamber, under whichever government. Prints G.2000-1515
DAUMIER, Honoré <EVERYTHING YOU COULD WANT>: (61) — What were you thinking of, Mr. Piquepruneman, to have made me a frock-coat as much [in the style] of a landlord as that... you well know that I live in the same street as citizen Proudhon!... Prints G.2000-1516
DAUMIER, Honoré <EVERYTHING YOU COULD WANT>: (64) Inconvenient to have a relative called Babylas, which obliges [you] to go and take him a bouquet on 24 January. Prints G.2000-1517
DAUMIER, Honoré <EVERYTHING YOU COULD WANT>: (66) — I say, old chap, all the men who pass by seem to me to be turning round... so is this the politicians' quarter here?... Prints G.2000-1518
DAUMIER, Honoré <EVERYTHING YOU COULD WANT>: (67) — My poor Azor's died!... — What a shame... better send a letter quick to inform General Grammont!... Prints G.2000-1519
DAUMIER, Honoré <EVERYTHING YOU COULD WANT>: (69) — Yes... I've had the indignity of having my picture refused for the exhibition... and moreover, see how scrupulously I've executed my saint's crucifixion... it can't be said that there's a nail missing from it!... Prints G.2000-1520
DAUMIER, Honoré <EVERYTHING YOU COULD WANT>: (70) — Françoise, your cousin the fireman has come. — No, sir! — Well the broth tells me he has!... Prints G.2000-1521
DAUMIER, Honoré <EVERYTHING YOU COULD WANT>: (71) View of the Seine from Paris to Chatou. Prints G.2000-1522
DAUMIER, Honoré <EVERYTHING YOU COULD WANT> 2nd series: Having a dispute over their beauty. Prints G.2000-1523
DAUMIER, Honoré <EVERYTHING YOU COULD WANT> 2nd series: — Look here, then there's mister Godard who's just left the circus while moving his four storeys house... I wouldn't like to be the porter for that landlord!... Prints G.2000-1524
DAUMIER, Honoré <EVERYTHING YOU COULD WANT> 2nd series: (The manservant) — Sir would do well to wear his old dress coat (Aside) I need to wear the new one to go to the door-keeper's evening party. Prints G.2000-1525
DAUMIER, Honoré <EVERYTHING YOU COULD WANT> 2nd series: A committee hearing the reading of a tragedy. Prints G.2000-1526
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF SUMMER>: (1) Parisian tritons, — male and female (not described by Mr. de Buffon) Prints G.2000-1527
DAUMIER, Honoré <AQUATIC SKETCHES>: (1) A swimming school, — the pool of sensible men. Prints G.2000-1528
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF SUMMER>: (1) — What luck... there's a gentleman soaping himself... I'm going to take advantage of his water!... Prints G.2000-1529
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF SUMMER>: (2) View of the Seine, taken not far from Asnières, during the dog-days. Prints G.2000-1530
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF SUMMER>: (3) An interesting and refreshing read. Prints G.2000-1531
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF SUMMER>: (3) THE FIRST SWIMMING LESSON: —I really want to learn to swim, but not in the water, papa,... oh! not in the water!... Prints G.2000-1532
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF SUMMER>: (6) What it suits us to call the charms of the countryside. Prints G.2000-1533
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF SUMMER>: (7) — Mister Prudhomme..., I'm drowning!... — Very well!... madam, I am going to collect... — My person..., oh! thank you... — No, madam..., not being able to swim at all, I am going to collect your last will and testament... I can do no more!... Prints G.2000-1534
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF SUMMER>: (4) Joyfully going down the river of life. Prints G.2000-1535
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF SUMMER>: (6) THEATRES IN THE MONTH OF AUGUST. They dream that the auditorium is full to the brim and that they argue over programmes and small seats..., let's not wake them!... Prints G.2000-1536
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF SUMMER>: (8) A DIRECTOR OF NO MATTER WHICH THEATRE. — Scoundrel of a thermometer... it's still rising!... Prints G.2000-1537
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF SUMMER>: (9) Having had the unfortunate idea of going to take a siesta by the river bank. Prints G.2000-1538
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF SUMMER>: (10) An intermission, in thirty degrees of heat. Prints G.2000-1539
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF SUMMER>: (11) A shade in the country. Prints G.2000-1540
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF SUMMER>: (13) — Hey there!... sailors... hey there!... land without fear on our island... the men aren't cannibals and you won't even find a savage woman here... Prints G.2000-1541
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF SUMMER>: (14) A sea-lion. Prints G.2000-1542
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF SUMMER>: (15) — Look here, pet..., don't provoke the sea like that..., it might suddenly become malicious and we won't have time to save ourselves!... Prints G.2000-1543
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF SUMMER>: (16) Thirty two degrees!!!... Prints G.2000-1544
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF SUMMER>: (28) — Well! aren't you going to get dressed?... — Me... I'm going to spend my whole life like this, in my bathing costume... out of the water... — Even in winter?... — Oh! in winter... I'll put on my hat. Prints G.2000-1545
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF SUMMER>: (40) — Sir, would you be kind enough to tell me when you'ld like to pay me back the five hundred francs you've been owing me for a long time... — My dear man, you're unreasonable to make such a request of me, you clearly see that I have nothing on me at this very moment... Prints G.2000-1546
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (249) Having at last found the means agreeably to pass the summer of 1857. Prints G.2000-1547
DAUMIER, Honoré <THRILLS OF TRAVELLING>: (1) Parisians surprised by the rising tide. Prints G.2000-1548
DAUMIER, Honoré NAUTICAL IMPRESSIONS. NAUTICAL THRILLS, Mr. PRUDHOMME — What..., impudent waves!... do you indeed not know whom you are carrying at this moment, since you are so bold towards me?... understand that, like Xerxes, I am able to have you lashed!... Mrs. PRUDHOMME (Trembling all over) — Oh!... my dear... I beg you!... don't be impertinent to it, you'll put it in a rage and it's capable of swallowing us up!... Prints G.2000-1549
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE BATHERS — by H. DAUMIER>: A FAMILY GROUP: — No, I don't want to learn to swim in the water!... as much as you'ld like at home, papa, but not in the water, not in the water!... Prints G.2000-1550
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF SUMMER>: (3) — I would really like to know what sort of joker [it was] who was the first to say that man was the king of creation. Prints G.2000-1551
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF SUMMER>: (4) A practical joke from which... he who makes it never tires. Prints G.2000-1552
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF SUMMER>: (7) View taken of a refreshment room in a bath-house on the Seine. Prints G.2000-1553
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF SUMMER by DAUMIER>: (8) Going to the cold baths only for the opportunity of developing his biceps. Prints G.2000-1554
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF SUMMER by DAUMIER>: (9) In the four-sous baths. Prints G.2000-1555
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF SUMMER>: (13) The first bath. Prints G.2000-1556
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF SUMMER>: (16) My regret is still not to be able to bring my wife here with me!... Prints G.2000-1557
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (168) — Academician, I am the candidate for Mr. Viennet's chair, allow me to ask for your vote. Prints G.2000-1558
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (62) — Got to admit that it's very odd that the grapes have caught the potatoes' disease! Prints G.2000-1559
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF AUTUMN>: (1) View taken at Argenteuil. (October 1856) Prints G.2000-1560
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF AUTUMN>: (2) IMPRESSIONS OF THE GRAPE-HARVESTS. — What... you get in there with bare feet!... — Well!... you shouldn't put polished shoes in there!... Prints G.2000-1561
DAUMIER, Honoré <THRILLS OF THE COUNTRY>: (1) — Since threre isn't a village policeman here... let's do ourselves proud!... Prints G.2000-1562
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: THE ANXIETIES OF THE VITICULTURIST: — We've just escaped the frost... we've nothing more to fear except the sun, the rain, vine-mildew and the rest!... Prints G.2000-1563
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF AUTUMN>: (1) — What... you're going to press grapes with your feet ?... — Well!...they're not at all dirty... anyway, I've taken care to take my shoes off!... Prints G.2000-1564
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF AUTUMN by DAUMIER>: (1) GRAPE-PICKING AT ARGENTEUIL — Ow! I found that that was not Beautiful that lacked Wery Well of.... countenance!... Prints G.2000-1565
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF AUTUMN by DAUMIER>: (2) The King of the Pumpkins receiving homage from his subjects. Prints G.2000-1566
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF AUTUMN by DAUMIER>: (3) OPENING OF THE HUNTING SEASON. Two young partridges have been sighted in the country. Prints G.2000-1567
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF AUTUMN by DAUMIER >: (4) — Sir, given the complete absence of game, I beg you to grant me permission to fire at your dog. — Sir, I was going to put the same proposition to you!... Prints G.2000-1568
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF AUTUMN by DAUMIER>: (5) — Look here the sparrow was perching in that tree, it's very easy to shoot. — Yes, but if I kill it, we'll no longer have the opportunity to hunt tomorrow... it's the last one in our garden. Prints G.2000-1569
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF AUTUMN by DAUMIER>: (6) — Surely not,... I've bagged my dog again... that's the third I've killed in two years... I'm definitely unlucky! Prints G.2000-1570
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (71) — Who the devil would ever suspect that it would still snow in Paris!... Prints G.2000-1571
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (86) — Snow, some real snow... I haven't seen any in Paris since 1822... that makes me thirty years' younger! Prints G.2000-1572
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF WINTER>: (1) Paris with a cold. Prints G.2000-1573
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF WINTER>: (2) Going to sample what it is convenient to call, even in the month of December, the pleasures of the hunt!... Prints G.2000-1574
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF HUNTING>: (19) The pleasures of hunting in snowy weather. Prints G.2000-1575
DAUMIER, Honoré <THRILLS OF THE HUNT>: (3) Bertrand and Raton. Prints G.2000-1576
DAUMIER, Honoré <THRILLS OF THE HUNT>: (13) — It's no use their having told me their guns are charged only with small shot, it's no less deeply upsetting to have my head aimed at like this for the next three hours!... I tremble in case they dream they meet a rabbit!... Prints G.2000-1577
DAUMIER, Honoré <THRILLS OF THE HUNT>: (1) — I think I've got a hare in its form... what luck!... — Wait[,]... we're going to see if you've got a hunting permit..., my good fellow!... Prints G.2000-1578
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (398) New outfits for lion hunting. Prints G.2000-1579
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (552) OPENING OF THE HUNTING SEASON. THE POSE IN THE RAILWAY STATION: A Parisian firmly resolved this year to destroy all the hares infesting the plain of St. Denis..., with terrible new shot from Devismes [sic]. Prints G.2000-1580
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF THE HUNT>: (5) — Well!... Are we going to continue our hunting, despite the vile weathe?... — No! absolutely not..., it's raining... the game fear the rain as much as we do..., they can't fail to come and shelter in this cottage, and we're going to bag lots of them!... Prints G.2000-1581
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF THE HUNT>: (6) — Here, I've just killed a magnificent gouse!... — But, wretched man!... that's Brahma the cock from the neighbouring farm..., a cock that'll perhaps cost you more than thirty francs... without counting the pitchfork blows!... Prints G.2000-1582
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF THE HUNT>: (7) — Well!... do you intend to stay there? — Certainly not!... I was waiting so that you could carry me to the village on your back... — No thanks, for a league and a half from here!... are you mad?... — Come!... look here, my friend... act as though you've killed a roe-deer and you've got to carry it home!... Prints G.2000-1583
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIAN MEN IN 1852>: (1) The new Talma cape, thus named because it gives to him who wears it an utterly comic appearance. Prints G.2000-1584
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIAN MEN IN 1852>: (2) A gentleman who bursts into flames in every season. Prints G.2000-1585
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIAN MEN IN 1852>: (3) The enthusiasts' bench. — A view taken at the opera. Prints G.2000-1586
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIAN MEN IN 1852>: (4) A benefit day [at the theatre]: Having paid ten francs for their seats. Prints G.2000-1587
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIAN MEN IN 1852>: (5) — I like her a lot, that little lady there... although she looks like my wife!... Prints G.2000-1588
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIAN MEN IN 1852>: (6) – [May] I introduce to you my son Théodule, scarely out of college and he's already made a multitude of victims... al the young women wish to marry him! – The bad boy!... he takes after his father! Prints G.2000-1589
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIAN MEN IN 1852>: (7) Conjugal tenderness: – an intimate scene on the 1st of January of each year, the solemn day of New Year's gifts. Prints G.2000-1590
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIAN MEN IN 1852>: (8) A Parisian man [who has] remained faithful to the cult of Tragedy. Prints G.2000-1591
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIAN MEN IN 1852>: (9) NEW YEAR'S DAY: The door-keeper. — Sir, I wish you a good and happy one. The proprieter. — Very good, thank you! The door-keeper. — Good and happy for the man who wrings your neck, you miserable old skinflint!... Prints G.2000-1592
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIAN MEN IN 1852>: (10) Posing as appraisers of good theatre. Prints G.2000-1593
DAUMIER, Honoré <MUSICAL SKETCHES>: (1) Parisian music lovers taking advantage of Rossini's sojourn in Italy to allow themselves to perform a bit of William Tell. Prints G.2000-1594
DAUMIER, Honoré <MUSICAL SKETCHES>: (3) AT THE CHAMPS-ELYSEES: It has never been known whether it is the music which makes the beer go down, or the beer which makes one swallow the music. Prints G.2000-1595
DAUMIER, Honoré <MUSICAL SKETCHES>: (4) Seeking to fascinate a rich heiress with his 'do' from the chest. Prints G.2000-1596
DAUMIER, Honoré <MUSICAL SKETCHES>: (5) A gentleman managing to prove that he is able to sing and play the piano at the same time – which is a great discomfort. Prints G.2000-1597
DAUMIER, Honoré <MUSICAL SKETCHES>: (8) — Oh! sir what talent mademoiselle your daughter possesses... what talent, what talent! — In our family, we are all superlatively consituted for music... I myself, in my youth, was of first-rate skill on the clarinet. Prints G.2000-1598
DAUMIER, Honoré <MUSICAL SKETCHES>: (9) Obligatory preludes to all amateur concerts. Prints G.2000-1599
DAUMIER, Honoré <MUSICAL SKETCHES>: (10) A difficult passage. Prints G.2000-1600
DAUMIER, Honoré <MUSICAL SKETCHES>: (11) Orchestra at a middle-class dance. Prints G.2000-1601
DAUMIER, Honoré <MUSICAL SKETCHES>: (12) Amateurs of fashionable society. Prints G.2000-1602
DAUMIER, Honoré <MUSICAL SKETCHES>: (13) A music-loving family beginning to rehearse from the morning the great piece which it will sing in the evening at the concert given at Mr. Coquardeau's. Prints G.2000-1603
DAUMIER, Honoré <MUSICAL SKETCHES>: (14) A dreadful trio. Prints G.2000-1604
DAUMIER, Honoré <MUSICAL SKETCHES>: (16) Revelling the public of Carpentras. Prints G.2000-1605
DAUMIER, Honoré <MUSICAL SKETCHES>: (17) The orchestra while a Tragedy is performed. Prints G.2000-1606
DAUMIER, Honoré <MUSICAL SKETCHES>: (18) In the act of charming an entire company with the ballad of Nicolas the Fair. Prints G.2000-1607
DAUMIER, Honoré <MUSICAL SKETCHES>: (18) The first act of a café-concert, singing from seven o'clock until midnight, with or without trills, according to the taste of the consumers. Prints G.2000-1608
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (51) Physiognomies of the audience at the Porte-St-Martin during a production of Richard III. Prints G.2000-1609
DAUMIER, Honoré <CONTEMPORARY ACTORS. (THE ODEON)>: HENRI MONNIER. (In the role of Joseph Prudhomme.) Never will my daughter become the wife of a scribbler!... Prints G.2000-1610
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIAN SKETCHES>: (7) In contemplation before the opera's ship, — at least it is not before that of the porte St. Martin, — nor indeed that of the ambigu [sic], — anyway, what is certain is that they are gazing upon a vessel. Prints G.2000-1611
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIAN SKETCHES>: (8) Modification of Parisian dress as a result of the new seafaring dramas which are now being played in all the boulevard theatres. Prints G.2000-1612
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIAN SKETCHES>: (10) That which represents the sea to the most ingenious people in the world. Prints G.2000-1613
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF THE THEATRE>: (4) THE-STAGE-MANAGER. — You play kings ineffectually, I'm going to hit you with a fine of not less than one franc fifty, for having missed your entry. Prints G.2000-1614
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF THE THEATRE>: (7) The singer's mother: — And to think that that miserable old skinflint of a director sulks about giving sixty thousand francs a year to an angel who sings like That! Prints G.2000-1615
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF THE THEATRE>: (15) That which proves to us why it is pertfectly useless to spout gracious compliments to the public, in the play's final couplet. Prints G.2000-1616
DAUMIER, Honoré <LIFE'S DIFFICULT MOMENTS>: (3): — For the seventh time will you give me my seat?... if not... — If not what?... — If not, I'll be obliged to go away, which would vex me greatly! Prints G.2000-1617
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF THE TEATRE BY DAUMIER>: (1) — Oh! my dear sir, you have given me a very pleasant evening, you have reminded me of Talma — Have I really reminded you of Talma? — Yes, particularly bu the shape of your nose. Prints G.2000-1618
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (167) Do you think perhaps it's a spectator... well not even that!... it's the director!!! Prints G.2000-1619
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (167) Do you think perhaps it's a spectator... well not even that!... it's the director!!! Prints G.2000-1620
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF THE THEATRE BY DAUMIER>: (1) Below the upper vignette: The intermission in the café; Below the lower vignette: The intermission in the foyer. Prints G.2000-1621
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF THE THEATRE BY DAUMIER>: (2) Below the upper vignette: The couplet [adressed to] the public; Below the lower vignette: The public while being addressed with its couplet. Prints G.2000-1622
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF THE THEATRE BY DAUMIER>: (2) Below the upper vignette: The couplet [adressed to] the public; Below the lower vignette: The public while being addressed with its couplet. Prints G.2000-1623
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF THE THEATRE BY DAUMIER>: (3) Below the upper vignette: — Take a seat, Cinna!..; Below the lower vignette: The Ticket-checking counter while they perform a Tragedy. Prints G.2000-1624
DAUMIER, Honoré <SKETCHES OF THE THEATRE BY DAUMIER>: (4) Below the upper vignette: Dances of the superior school; Below the lower vignette: Pose of a yet more elevated school. Prints G.2000-1625
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIAN SKETCHES, — BY H. DAUMIER>: — Deuce! if it rains today, it won't be [raining] sous. Prints G.2000-1626
DAUMIER, Honoré <MUSICAL STUDIES, — BY H. DAUMIER>: THE HARP, CELESTIAL INSTURUMEN. (Dictionary of music.) Prints G.2000-1627
DAUMIER, Honoré <MUSICAL STUDIES, — BY H. DAUMIER.>: MUSIC OF THE OLD LOTTERY. Prints G.2000-1628
DAUMIER, Honoré <MUSICAL STUDIES, — BY H. DAUMIER> [continued]: OLD [HOLDERS OF THE] AWARD OF MERIT FROM THE CONSERVATOIRE. Prints G.2000-1629
DAUMIER, Honoré <MUSICAL STUDIES, — BY H. DAUMIER> [continued]: The last player of the tambour de Basque. Prints G.2000-1630
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE BILLIARD-PLAYERS, — BY H. DAUMIER>: — More than one point!... and a real pair of glasses... not a chance!! Prints G.2000-1631
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIAN SKETCHES, — BY H. DAUMIER>: ...And from her pink lips, Escaped a name sweet as a bird's song. Prints G.2000-1632
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIAN SKETCHES, — BY H. DAUMIER>: (AT THE CIRCUS. She is his daughter: or the art of destroying his children and making denials of it.) Prints G.2000-1633
DAUMIER, Honoré (UNPUBLISHED DRAWING BY H. DAUMIER.) Is it tolarably becoming, men under arms! Prints G.2000-1634
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (154) Savage Bineau having at last found a use for his club on the boulevards [,] and making Parisians acquainted with all the charms of American roads. Prints G.2000-1635
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (156) Parisians having found a method of moving around on macadamized boulevards, in rainy weather. Prints G.2000-1636
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (155) One of the slight inconveniences of Macadamization: More than that [amount] of dust... go and take a stroll along the Boulevard!... Prints G.2000-1637
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (162) THE RESULTS OF MACADAMIZATION: View of the boulevards in six months' time... — the despair of proprieters! Prints G.2000-1638
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (160) MAC-ADAM AND BINEAU IN HELL: As the result of a terrible, but deserved, punishment, they are condemned to repave the Champs-Elysées. Prints G.2000-1639
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (165) Vexatious commercial situation of the Boulevard's galette sellers on days when the mud allows Parisians to move around only with the aid of tall stilts. Prints G.2000-1640
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (169) NEXT PROCLAMATION BY THE PREFECT OF POLICE: To avoid accidents, carriages and horses will, from henceforth, be unable to drive on macadamized boulevards without a loud bell which will alert pedestrians of their approach. Prints G.2000-1641
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (47) Adornments of Paris — the new fortifications of the Louvre Courtyard Prints G.2000-1642
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (164) JEAN GOUJON AND PHILIBERT DELORME SEARCHING FOR THE LOUVRE COURTYARD: The Citizen — The Louvre Courtyard?... sirs, you're in it! Prints G.2000-1643
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (161) How macadam thwarts especially the galette business. Prints G.2000-1644
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (54) — They're right to leave that tower there standing... you'd have to go up in a balloon to demolish it!... Prints G.2000-1645
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (59) — Come on, citizen, get up quick... it's your turn, got to demolish you!... Prints G.2000-1646
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (58) A view taken in the new rue de Rivoli. Prints G.2000-1647
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (55) AN EFFECT OF THE DEMOLITION WORKS IN PARIS: Certainly here's where I live... and I can't even recover my wife! Prints G.2000-1648
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (68) SPEAK TO THE PORTER... But it's finding the Porter... There's the difficult thing. Prints G.2000-1649
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (38) A DIALOGUE AT THE POINTE ST. EUSTACHE: — What type of fort is that, madam! — Goodness... it's the market fort! Prints G.2000-1650
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: — To think here we are [,] Parisians!... Prints G.2000-1651
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: MR. PRUDHOMME — My son, remember this memorable day on which you have seen demolished forever the wall of the custom's post... remember that sooner or later, philosophy, the product of human reason will similarly overturn the barriers of social prejudices!... LITTLE ADOLPHE — Yes, papa!... but I say..., papa,... why are they rebuilding them a bit further away?... Prints G.2000-1652
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE DOOR-KEEPERS OF PARIS>: (4) — If you are not of the nobility, it's useless my showing you this appartment I let only to titled people. Prints G.2000-1653
DAUMIER, Honoré "Sir will be very comfortable here: a suberb view... just opposite the spot where they think the enemy will place its first batteries." Prints G.2000-1654
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (35) AN AERIAL [SHORT] EXCURSION TRAIN: The aeronaut. — Well! gentlemen, what do you say to this spectacle? A citizen. — I say that I'm very angry at having paid three hundred francs for my place!... Prints G.2000-1655
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (37) The closer I get to the sun, the more I shiver... surely that star doesn't warrant the reputation for heat that it's been given... I see that my horse misses the ground! Prints G.2000-1656
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (36) An ascent in autumn: Mr. Thévelin devoting himself to an aquatic-aerial exercise on his trapeze. Prints G.2000-1657
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (38) A DESCENT BY PARACHUTE: The Devil take Mr. Godard for having had the idea of cutting the rope when the balloon was right above a lightning-conductor. Prints G.2000-1658
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (43) Inconvenient for a Parisian aeronaut to conduct his descent in a country which is not inhabited by Scotsmen at all. Prints G.2000-1659
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (45) ABDUCTION OF A GIRL-SPIRIT OF THE AIR: — Come, come, Mr. Godard, I'm frozen, let me into the gondola... — That's impossible, since we'll be seen by Paris... — But I've got a frightful head-cold!... — All I can promise is to wipe your nose, as soon as we get into a cloud!... Prints G.2000-1660
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (46) Arrival on the ground of two girl-spirits of the air. Prints G.2000-1661
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (49) A service which is not easy to render. Prints G.2000-1662
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (478) The Builder of the LEVIATHAN, finding, in a dream, the means to propel his boat forward. Prints G.2000-1663
DAUMIER, Honoré <PHYSIOGNOMIES ON THE RAILWAYS>: (2) Platform for the Brussels line. — A view taken on a day of difficult selling-off at the Stock-Exchange. Prints G.2000-1664
DAUMIER, Honoré <PHYSIOGNOMIES ON THE RAILWAYS>: (10) Invasion of the carriages, on a day when they run an excursion train from Paris to the seaside for five francs. Prints G.2000-1665
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (51) View, plan, section and elevation of the new buses on the boulevard. NOTE. — These new carriages have received high praise from the pole-vaulter, the fly-man [,] from intrepid Thévelin and other distinguished Gymnasts. Prints G.2000-1666
DAUMIER, Honoré <EXCITEMENTS OF THE RAILWAY>: (1) — Look here... my wife with a gentleman... and we're rushing full steam ahead!... no way of going to surprise them!!... Prints G.2000-1667
DAUMIER, Honoré <ON THE TRAIN>: (1) — The appearance of that Gentleman hardly gives me confidence. — The face of that Traveller inspires in me no confidence whatsoever. Prints G.2000-1668
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE UNIVERSAL EXHIBITION>: (2) Funeral march!!... Prints G.2000-1669
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE UNIVERSAL EXHIBITION>: (5) How one enters the universal exhibition and how one leaves it. Prints G.2000-1670
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE UNIVERSAL EXHIBITION>: (10) — It was Molière who was on this monument... — No, ... it was LA FONTAINE — Yes... Molière on the fountain. Prints G.2000-1671
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE UNIVERSAL EXHIBITION>: (11) — I wasn't able to weary me to see the tower St. Jacques-la-Boucherie... ow, purrittee, purrittee!... — Coachman!... drove us now to see the tower St. Ybars... I had also much meard speak about it... I flew to see the tower St. Ybars... Prints G.2000-1672
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE UNIVERSAL EXHIBITION>: (15) THE TURNSTILE: A new machine invented by an enemy of crinolin skirts. Prints G.2000-1673
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE UNIVERSAL EXHIBITION>: (19) — say, husband, is this here, the buffet?... it looks jolly appetising to me, I'll certainly have somefink!... Prints G.2000-1674
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE UNIVERSAL EXHIBITION>: (34) An English family not managing to escape the discomfort of sleeping in the open air, for which, thanks to the hospitality of a MILORD. (Night tariff, two francs fifty centimes per hour.) Prints G.2000-1675
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE UNIVERSAL EXHIBITION>: (36) THE REFRESHMENT-ROOM WITH SEATING: — Look here... all these people eating... so they feed you on days when you pay twenty sous admission... let's go in!... — No, missis Carpolet,... those are probably the memebers of the tasting jury in going about their duties... let's not disturb them! Prints G.2000-1676
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE UNIVERSAL EXHIBITION>: (36) THE REFRESHMENT-ROOM WITH SEATING: — Look here... all these people eating... so they feed you on days when you pay twenty sous admission... let's go in!... — No, missis Carpolet,... those are probably the memebers of the tasting jury in going about their duties... let's not disturb them! Prints G.2000-1677
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (192) By way of killing time while waiting for the exhibition to open. Prints G.2000-1678
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE EXHIBITION OF ANIMALS>: (2) — To think that perhaps one day I'll become as fat as that!... Prints G.2000-1679
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE EXHIBITION OF ANIMALS>: (3) — Look here, there are cows with a body but no legs!... — Another time they'll succeed in producing animals with legs byt no body!... Prints G.2000-1680
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE EXHIBITION OF ANIMALS>: (6) — Oh look, what funny cowherds... they're dressed in a strange way. — They've probably put on carnival costumes to distract their animals along the way... Prints G.2000-1681
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (7) — It seems I spy over there a little dog which isn't muzzled!... — Fear nothing, Mr. Robichon; if it approaches, I'll throw my sniff-box in its eyes! Prints G.2000-1682
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (278) — Yes, missis Fribochon, there was, three weeks ago, a veru big earth tremor in Bordeaux, and no later than the day before yesterday, between midnight and three in the morning I felt jolts in my bed that weren't natural... mister Potard, the herbalist, explained this Phenomenon to me... he claims that it's owing to the government that allows too much digging up of the land in California and that it'll end up by playing a dirty trick on all of us in the Batignolles... Prints G.2000-1683
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (1) THE RUSSIAN QUESTION DEALT WITH ON A COUCH : — Yes mister Coquardeau, the ambition of the Russian Colossus becomes insatiable... it is already not enough for him to have blown up the Black Sea and to have smashed all the seaports in the Levant, now today the same Colossus makes ready to seize the Dardanelles... I am of a mind to suffer none of it mister Coquardeau! Prints G.2000-1684
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (25) — Yes, mister Rifolet, they say that the Cossacks appear to be marching to Constantinople only the better to fool us.. in reality, they're on the way to Paris... personally, I've taken all my precautions, I've already carefully hidden all my packets of candles. Prints G.2000-1685
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (59) THE INCONVENIENCE OF DINING WITH A SCHOLAR WHO LIKES MAKING CHEMISTRY AND OTHER EXPERIMENTS: — Well now, without your wuestioning it, I have just make you all eat fritillary... I'm curious to know positively if it's a safe food able to replace the potato or if it's poison. Prints G.2000-1686
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIAN SKETCHES>: (3) – Yes, my dear mister Coffignon, it would be difficult for me to count up the number of my conquests I've always had and today still have great success with women! – To be sure [,] as for me [,] I've only ever had mine [my woman] and I still find that it's too much! Prints G.2000-1687
DAUMIER, Honoré <Recollections of Artists>: (311) — There's one for you, he might well be as miserable as sin, what I wouldn't give him for a sou's worth of work. Prints G.2000-1688
DAUMIER, Honoré <BLOKES OF PARIS>: (1) — Beer [,] never... there's only absinthe for setting a man up again!... Prints G.2000-1689
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (24) — What... the paper says that it's rumoured in the Stock-Exchange that the Russians have crossed the Prut!... — Well! Mister Panelet... all the same... because the Russians have begun hostilities that's no reason for you not to finish off shaving. Prints G.2000-1690
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (28) — I told you just now that I wouldn't be annoyed if the Oriental affair put itself to rights. — Yes, and so? — Well, it's funny, but since I've drunk that Mars beer, I'd like it if we had a war. Prints G.2000-1691
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (31) — What a selfish man!... sleeping when at this very moment the Autocrat raises soldiers!... Prints G.2000-1692
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (44) Parisian men in the act of studying the Turkish question. Prints G.2000-1693
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (44) Parisian men in the act of studying the Turkish question. Prints G.2000-1694
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIAN SKETCHES>: (42) A protest [for non-payment] on New Year's day... what luck!... Prints G.2000-1695
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (207) A GENTLEMAN ON A LUCKY AMOROUS ADVENTURE, IN THE CHAMPS-ELYSEES. Wait for me under the elm... number 36842!... it's still not here!... Prints G.2000-1696
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (66) To think that there are people who, in weather like this, are cruel enough to put that dog out of doors! Prints G.2000-1697
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (308) A pleasure party in the countryside during the pleasant month of May. — Take heart..., Adélaïde, we've not got more than a short league to go!... Prints G.2000-1698
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (309) NAUTICAL RACES OF 1856: — Oh! it's wonderful how fast they go... and without oars!... Prints G.2000-1699
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE ORIENTAL-PORCELIAN-VASE-MANIA>: (7) A dreadful nightmare. Prints G.2000-1700
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE ORIENTAL-PORCELIAN-VASE-MANIA>: (8) A fake vase from Japan causing admiration in three genuine blokes. Prints G.2000-1701
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (332) Sadness of the butchers of Paris since they have been forbidden rejoicing. Prints G.2000-1702
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (252) Convicted for having sold crushed sandstone instead of moist brown sugar. Prints G.2000-1703
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (304) The Medusa's head — for the grocer at fault. Prints G.2000-1704
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (471) — What,... is it really possible!... there'll soon be beef for next to nothing and veal into a bargain!... — So they say, misis Gobinard,.... and they say!... Prints G.2000-1705
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (555) The pastry cooks and the bakers arguing over the cake. Prints G.2000-1706
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (275) An animal full of modesty and having himself begged to accept the honour to be transformed into meat of the 1st class. Prints G.2000-1707
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE EATERS OF HORSEFLESH>: (8) He is in the best of conditions... now is the proper moment to eat him...! Prints G.2000-1708
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE EATERS OF HORSEFLESH>: (9) Perhaps it's good... but never mind, I'm still not sufficiently learned to eat that!... Prints G.2000-1709
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE EATERS OF HORSEFLESH>: (10) 1st SCHOLAR — I'm beginning to be tired of horse-meat... they haven't yet thought of eating dog... what if we try it?... 2nd SCHOLAR — Why, well!... it's an idea, but let's talk more quietly so he has no suspicions. Prints G.2000-1710
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE EATERS OF HORSEFLESH>: (11) Reunion of scholars proposing among themselves to experiment with new alimentary substances. Prints G.2000-1711
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE EATERS OF HORSEFLESH>: (12) Great revolt of the rats of Montfaucon who do not want to let their food be carried off by the scholars. Prints G.2000-1712
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE EATERS OF HORSEFLESH>: (13) — You see... I've just done my shopping myself!... I invite you to dine tomorrow... one can't say that its a first-class horse, but the broth from it can only be better!... Prints G.2000-1713
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIAN SKETCHES>: (21) SCENE OF HORSEFLESH-EATING. — True indeed... there's Sir eating his old horse... I only hope that one day he doesn't get the idea of sitting down to eat his old maid!... Prints G.2000-1714
DAUMIER, Honoré <FISH-CULTURE>: (6) — Do you see my two trout? — No... not very well. — There... on the left... next to my salmon — That's odd... I cam't even make out the salmon,... it's perhaps owing to the fact that this opera-glass is poor. Prints G.2000-1715
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (387) Mr. Coste, perceiving that by dint of taking his fish out of the water to judge their state of health, they have finished up by being severely ill... Prints G.2000-1716
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (325) The flowering of the Cactus-grandiflorus — Rejoicing all round!... Prints G.2000-1717
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (323) Horticultualists of Vaugirard going at midnight, on tip-toe, to try to take the flowing of the Cactus grandiflorus by surprise. Prints G.2000-1718
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (55) — My boy, the apparition of a comet always coincides with some memorable event... this one predicted for us your triumphs at Galuchet's boarding-school!... Prints G.2000-1719
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE COMET OF 1857>: (2) — Don't want none of your bill at all... the payment date's on the fifteenth of June and the world ends on the thirteenth!... Prints G.2000-1720
DAUMIER, Honoré <THE COMET OF 1857>: (7) An aspect which the streets of Paris already begin to take on each evening. Prints G.2000-1721
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (385) An indispensable procaution which Parisians take when they leave their homes, even in broad daylight, since they have been told by Mr. Babinet that the sun might be extinguished from ome moment to the next. Prints G.2000-1722
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (386) Mr. Babinet deciding to go and extinguish the sum himself, in order not to give the lie to his prediction. Prints G.2000-1723
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (392) — Oh! my poor missis Chaffarou, it's certainly all over with us... there's the comet arriving and the sun going away!... Prints G.2000-1724
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (181) The twenty-five-year-old men coming to ask Mr. Flourens the reason for the manner in which they have been classified in his book. Prints G.2000-1725
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (388) Mr. Hume dispensing with the fantasy of having his boots polished by Julius Caesar. Prints G.2000-1726
DAUMIER, Honoré <THESE GOOD PARISIANS>: (8) THE NEW ENTERTAINMENT OF PARISIAN EVENING PARTIES. Mr. Hume's spirits shaving Mr. de St. Potard and undressing Mme. Coffignon's hair. Prints G.2000-1727
DAUMIER, Honoré <THESE GOOD PARISIANS>: (13) THE PARISIAN — Tell me, worthy fellow, what do you do with all your cows when they become old and no longer give milk?... THE COW-HERD — Look here,... the tomfoolery.. you make beef out of them!... Prints G.2000-1728
DAUMIER, Honoré <FLUIDOMANIA>: (1) — So, sir, is it turning? — Not yet... but we're still only at the sixty third minute... go away, Madeleine, don't upset our fluid.. Prints G.2000-1729
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (134) THE HYPNOTISING DIAMOND: The new amusement for evening gatherings. — or the means to amuse oneself and squint in society, without taking offence... Prints G.2000-1730
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (137) Still the marvels of the hyponotising diamond. — or the manner, in society, to make ladies take up poses not less tiring than awkward. Prints G.2000-1731
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (138) — My dear..., do come and look at these pretty diamonds!... — Don't look at that.., foolish woman!... it'll make you squint!!... Prints G.2000-1732
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (140) A USEFUL APPLICATION FOR THE HYPNOTISING DIAMOND — My wife is well hyponotised!... I can quietly clear off to the opera ball... sleep soundly duckie!... Prints G.2000-1733
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (142) PALMISTRY, THE NEW PASS-TIME OF GOOD PARISIANS: — Adélaïde... I've searched in vain... I can't find the little line which foretells long life... my God!... must I die in the prime of life!... Prints G.2000-1734
DAUMIER, Honoré <THESE GOOD PARISIANS>: (1) — Oh! Théophile..., I'm learing some fine things about you..., according to Mr. Desbarolles' book, I see you have on your palm the debauchery line!... — Oh!... bah... Prints G.2000-1735
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (100) Mrs. POTARD. — Isn't it true, gallant turco, that you prefer French women to Africans?... Mr. POTARD. — Hush!... my good lady..., you know you'll make him blush!... Prints G.2000-1736
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (101) — Oh!... my dear..., I'm frightened of those people there!... — So you should be, they're very vicious... they beat women and make blacks of them!... Prints G.2000-1737
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (101) — Oh!... my dear..., I'm frightened of those people there!... — So you should be, they're very vicious... they beat women and make blacks of them!... Prints G.2000-1738
DAUMIER, Honoré <Album des Charges du Jour>: Frontispiece Prints G.2000-1739
DAUMIER, Honoré <Album des Charges du Jour>: Frontispiece Prints G.2000-1740
DAUMIER, Honoré <PARISIAN SKETCHES>: (33) — How late you are arriving at the Stock-Exchange... I'll warrant you've had a windfall?... scoundrel!... — What do you expect!... I'll settle down..., when I get old!... Prints G.2000-1741
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (269) — Oh! Good Lord, my dear fellow, what a state you're in. — Hush! it's dodge I've devised for not giving New Year's presents. Prints G.2000-1742
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (457) — Master, you owe me five sous more for your luggage..., and, what's more, I'm polite. because I could count your wife as a second bundle... Prints G.2000-1743
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (110) — Take you to the Madeleine, what nonsense! I'm going to take you to the Zoo, I'm invited for dinner near there. Prints G.2000-1744
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (127) Prudhomme obliged to take lessons from Miss Menken to stop a horse-drawn cab. Prints G.2000-1745
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (106) — Miss prud'homme [sic], I have learnt that the English are going to come again to contend for the Paris grand prix, my patriotism makes it a duty for me to prepare for the struggle. Prints G.2000-1746
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (173) — Papa, why do they make these soldiers go out when it's raining. — My dear, it's to teach them to go into action. Prints G.2000-1747
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (257) — Léocadie, from on high 40 and three-quarter centuries centuries gaze upon us. — Oh! my goodness! and me, I haven't done my toilette!... Prints G.2000-1748
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (214) — They're talking about holding new elections. — This time before giving our votes to one of the candidates, we'll have him visited by the doctor so that afterwards they don't declare him invalid. Prints G.2000-1749
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (254) A DEPUTY'S NIGHTMARE: — Oh! my God! what is the matter dear? — I was dreaming that I was invalidated. Prints G.2000-1750
DAUMIER, Honoré <News>: (61) Cockoo! there it is again!... Prints G.2000-1751
DAUMIER, Honoré Head of an old man — one of five exprimental etchings on one plate by Daumier; Henri Harpignies; Felician Rops; and Taiee. Prints G.2000-1752
DAUMIER, Honoré Mary Magdalene Paintings P.1979-0006
DAUMIER, Honoré Theater Audience Paintings P.1984-0001
DAUMIER, Honoré Two Children Reaching for Fruit Paintings P.2010-0007
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DELACROIX, Eugène Shakespeare <Hamlet>: Queen Trying to Console HAMLET Prints G.1981-0022
DELACROIX, Eugène Shakespeare <Hamlet>: HAMLET Following the Shadow of His Father Prints G.1981-0023
DELACROIX, Eugène Shakespeare <Hamlet>: Phantom on the Terrace Prints G.1981-0024
DELACROIX, Eugène Shakespeare <Hamlet>: POLONIUS and HAMLET Prints G.1981-0025
DELACROIX, Eugène Shakespeare <Hamlet>: HAMLET and GUILDENSTERN Prints G.1981-0026
DELACROIX, Eugène Shakespeare <Hamlet>: HAMLET Makes Comedians Play the Scene of His Father's Poisoning Prints G.1981-0027
DELACROIX, Eugène Shakespeare <Hamlet>: HAMLET Trying to Kill King Prints G.1981-0028
DELACROIX, Eugène Shakespeare <Hamlet>: Death of POLONIUS Prints G.1981-0029
DELACROIX, Eugène Shakespeare <Hamlet>: HAMLET and Queen Prints G.1981-0030
DELACROIX, Eugène Shakespeare <Hamlet>: HAMLET and Corpse of POLONIUS Prints G.1981-0031
DELACROIX, Eugène Shakespeare <Hamlet>: Death of OPHELIA Prints G.1981-0032
DELACROIX, Eugène Shakespeare <Hamlet>: HAMLET and HORAITO before Gravediggers Prints G.1981-0033
DELACROIX, Eugène Shakespeare <Hamlet>: Death of HAMLET Prints G.1981-0034
DELACROIX, Eugène <Forty Clichés-Glace of Corot, Daubigny, Delacroix, Millet and Rousseau>: Tiger at Bay Prints G.1993-0099
DELACROIX, Eugène Macbeth and the Witches Prints G.2011-0007
DELACROIX, Eugène Study for "The Death on Sardanapalus" Paintings P.1959-0064
DELACROIX, Eugène The Education of the Virgin Paintings P.1970-0001
DELACROIX, Eugène Christ Carried Down to the Tomb Paintings P.1975-0002
DELFF, Willem-Jacobsz. Cavalcade of Eleven Princes of the House of Nassau-Orange Prints G.1991-0014
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Divers Exercices de Cavalerie>: (1) Title Prints G.1999-0019
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Divers Exercices de Cavalerie >: (2) Trumpet on the Horse Prints G.1999-0020
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Divers Exercices de Cavalerie>: (3) Two Tambours of Life Guardsman on the Horse Prints G.1999-0021
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Divers Exercices de Cavalerie>: (4) A Front View of an Equestrian Prints G.1999-0022
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Divers Exercices de Cavalerie>: (5) A Cavalryman Going at a Walk to the Left Prints G.1999-0023
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Divers Exercices de Cavalerie>: (6) A Cavalryman with a Mantle Prints G.1999-0024
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Divers Exercices de Cavalerie>: (7) A Cavalryman Going a Walk to the Right Prints G.1999-0025
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Divers Exercices de Cavalerie>: (8) A Cavalryman Looked from the Back Prints G.1999-0026
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Divers Exercices de Cavalerie>: (9) A Cavalryman Turned to the Right Prints G.1999-0027
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Divers Exercices de Cavalerie>: (10) A Heavy Cavalryman on the Horse Prints G.1999-0028
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Divers Exercices de Cavalerie>: (11) A Cavalryman with a Sword Going at a Gallop Prints G.1999-0029
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Divers Exercices de Cavalerie>: (12) A Life Guardsman on the Horse Prints G.1999-0030
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Divers Exercices de Cavalerie>: (13) A Commandant on the Horse Prints G.1999-0031
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Divers Exercices de Cavalerie>: (14) A Cavalryman Turning from the Right to the Front Prints G.1999-0032
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Divers Exercices de Cavalerie>: (15) A Cavalryman with His Lady Prints G.1999-0033
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Divers Exercices de Cavalerie>: (16) Two Cavalryman Firing off Their Pistols Prints G.1999-0034
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Divers Exercices de Cavalerie>: (17) A Mother horse Suckling Prints G.1999-0035
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Divers Exercices de Cavalerie>: (18) Combat of Several Horses Prints G.1999-0036
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Divers Exercices de Cavalerie>: (19) Two Butchers Skining a Horse Prints G.1999-0037
DELLA BELLA, Stefano Death Carrying a Child Prints G.2000-0050
DELLA BELLA, Stefano The Medici Vase Prints G.2001-0012
DELLA BELLA, Stefano The Street of the Fountains Prints G.2001-0013
DELLA BELLA, Stefano The Grotto of Pan and Fame Prints G.2003-0012
DELLA BELLA, Stefano The Colossal Statue of the Appenines Prints G.2003-0013
DELLA BELLA, Stefano Clovis and Clotilda Prints G.2005-0009
DELLA BELLA, Stefano Carlo Cantù called il Buffeto Prints G.2006-0005
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Les cinq Morts>: Death on a Horse with a Trumpet Prints G.2006-0019
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Les cinq Morts>: Death taking an Oldman to a Tomb Prints G.2006-0020
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <I Principi del Disegno>: (1) Title Prints G.2006-0021
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <I Principi del Disegno>: (2) Nine studies of eyes, nose and mouths Prints G.2006-0022
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <I Principi del Disegno>: (3) Three studies of ears and two of mouths Prints G.2006-0023
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <I Principi del Disegno>: (4) Four studies of hands Prints G.2006-0024
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <I Principi del Disegno>: (5) Five studies of hands Prints G.2006-0025
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <I Principi del Disegno>: (6) Five studies of feet Prints G.2006-0026
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <I Principi del Disegno>: (7) Four studies of feet Prints G.2006-0027
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <I Principi del Disegno>: (8) Two stage of studies of a head of a soldier Prints G.2006-0028
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <I Principi del Disegno>: (9) Five studies of heads of an old man with turban, two young men, and two babies Prints G.2006-0029
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <I Principi del Disegno>: (10) Studies of two soldiers heads Prints G.2006-0030
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <I Principi del Disegno>: (11) A Study of a woman head Prints G.2006-0031
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <I Principi del Disegno>: (12) A Study of a baby head Prints G.2006-0032
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <I Principi del Disegno>: (13) A Study of a young man head Prints G.2006-0033
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <I Principi del Disegno>: (14) A Study of a young man head with a hat Prints G.2006-0034
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <I Principi del Disegno>: (15) A Study of an old soldiers' head with a helmet Prints G.2006-0035
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <I Principi del Disegno>: (16) A Study of an oldman's head (St. Peter?) Prints G.2006-0036
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <I Principi del Disegno>: (17) A Study of an oldman's head (St. Peter?) Prints G.2006-0037
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <I Principi del Disegno>: (18) A Study of an oldman's head (St. Peter?) Prints G.2006-0038
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <I Principi del Disegno>: (19) A Study of an oldman's head (St. Peter?) Prints G.2006-0039
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <I Principi del Disegno>: (20) A Study of an oldman's head with a laurel crown (Homer?) Prints G.2006-0040
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <I Principi del Disegno>: (21) A Study of a man's head with a turban Prints G.2006-0041
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <I Principi del Disegno>: (22) A Study of an oldman's head with a laurel crown (Homer?) Prints G.2006-0042
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <I Principi del Disegno>: (23) A Study of a man's head with a turban Prints G.2006-0043
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <I Principi del Disegno>: (24) A Study of a crying soldier's head with a turban Prints G.2006-0044
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <I Principi del Disegno>:(25) A Study of a youngman's head Prints G.2006-0045
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Divers dessins tant pour la Paix que pour la Gue>: (1) Prints G.2006-0046
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Divers dessins tant pour la Paix que pour la Guerre >:(2) Prints G.2006-0047
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Divers dessins tant pour la Paix que pour la Guerre >:(3) Prints G.2006-0048
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Divers dessins tant pour la Paix que pour la Guerre >:(4) Prints G.2006-0049
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Divers dessins tant pour la Paix que pour la Guerre >:(5) Prints G.2006-0050
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Divers dessins tant pour la Paix que pour la Guerre >:(6) Prints G.2006-0051
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Divers Paysages> Prints G.2008-0018
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Divers Paysages> Prints G.2008-0019
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Divers Paysages> Prints G.2008-0020
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Divers Paysages> Prints G.2008-0021
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Divers Paysages> Prints G.2008-0022
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Divers Paysages> Prints G.2008-0023
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Divers Paysages> Prints G.2008-0024
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Divers Paysages> Prints G.2008-0025
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Divers Paysages> Prints G.2008-0026
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Divers Paysages> Prints G.2008-0027
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Divers Paysages> Prints G.2008-0028
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Divers Paysages> Prints G.2008-0029
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Dessins de quelque conduites de troupes> Prints G.2008-0030
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Dessins de quelque conduites de troupes> Prints G.2008-0031
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Dessins de quelque conduites de troupes> Prints G.2008-0032
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Dessins de quelque conduites de troupes> Prints G.2008-0033
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Dessins de quelque conduites de troupes> Prints G.2008-0034
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Dessins de quelque conduites de troupes> Prints G.2008-0035
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Dessins de quelque conduites de troupes> Prints G.2008-0036
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Dessins de quelque conduites de troupes> Prints G.2008-0037
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Dessins de quelque conduites de troupes> Prints G.2008-0038
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Dessins de quelque conduites de troupes> Prints G.2008-0039
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Dessins de quelque conduites de troupes> Prints G.2008-0040
DELLA BELLA, Stefano <Dessins de quelque conduites de troupes> Prints G.2008-0041
DELLA BELLA, Stefano Polish Rider Prints G.2008-0042
DELLA PORTA, Giovanni Battista De Humana Phisiognomia libri IIII.
L.1999-0001
DENIS, Maurice Dancing Man Drawings D.1959-0014
DENIS, Maurice Dancing Woman Drawings D.1959-0015
DENIS, Maurice Study Drawings D.1959-0016
DENIS, Maurice Study Drawings D.1959-0017
DENIS, Maurice Studies for Eloa Drawings D.1959-0018
DENIS, Maurice Studies for Eloa Drawings D.1959-0019
DENIS, Maurice Study for the "Announciation at Fiesole" Drawings D.1959-0020
DENIS, Maurice Woman Playing Tambourine Drawings D.1959-0021
DENIS, Maurice Study for "The Ninth Simphony"(The Decoration of Champs-Elysées Theater) Drawings D.1959-0022
DENIS, Maurice Crouching Nude Drawings D.1959-0023
DENIS, Maurice Nude with Her Hands on the Back Drawings D.1959-0024
DENIS, Maurice Nude with Raised Hands Drawings D.1959-0025
DENIS, Maurice Nude from the Behind Drawings D.1959-0026
DENIS, Maurice Nudes Drawings D.1959-0027
DENIS, Maurice Portrait Drawings D.1959-0028
DENIS, Maurice Saint Jeanne de Chantel Drawings D.1959-0029
DENIS, Maurice Greek Statue Drawings D.1959-0030
DENIS, Maurice Three Heads Drawings D.1959-0031
DENIS, Maurice Residence with a Pond Drawings D.1981-0001
DENIS, Maurice King ARTHUR Drawings D.1983-0001
DENIS, Maurice On the lake of LEMAN, THONON Drawings D.1983-0002
DENIS, Maurice Sketch for "Young Girl with a Hen" Drawings D.2011-0002
DENIS, Maurice Young Girl Making Her Toilet Prints G.1981-0003
DENIS, Maurice Reflection in the Fountain Prints G.1983-0001
DENIS, Maurice <Saint Francis of Assisi; Solitude>: St. Francis of Assisi Prints G.1995-0046
DENIS, Maurice <Saint Francis of Assisi; Solitude>: Solitude Prints G.1995-0047
DENIS, Maurice Bathing Paintings P.1959-0065
DENIS, Maurice Cemetery of El-Keter Paintings P.1959-0066
DENIS, Maurice Cloister of St. Laurence in Rome Paintings P.1959-0067
DENIS, Maurice Constantine, Algeria Paintings P.1959-0068
DENIS, Maurice Girls Dancing Paintings P.1959-0069
DENIS, Maurice Church of La Clarté Paintings P.1959-0070
DENIS, Maurice Little Boy Writing Paintings P.1959-0071
DENIS, Maurice Hydrangea Paintings P.1959-0072
DENIS, Maurice Young Mother Paintings P.1959-0073
DENIS, Maurice Procession Paintings P.1959-0074
DENIS, Maurice Castello delle Quattro Torri, Siena Paintings P.1959-0075
DENIS, Maurice Les Roch-Noires Paintings P.1959-0076
DENIS, Maurice Villa Medici, Rome Paintings P.1959-0077
DENIS, Maurice Rosmapamon Paintings P.1959-0078
DENIS, Maurice St. Catherine of Siena Paintings P.1959-0079
DENIS, Maurice View of Siena with Rose Walls Paintings P.1959-0080
DENIS, Maurice Terrace at Tonquédec Paintings P.1959-0081
DENIS, Maurice Table with Flowers (Marthe Denis and Her two Daughters, Bernadette and Anne-Marie) Paintings P.1981-0002
DENIS, Maurice Young Girl with a Hen Paintings P.1986-0001
DENTE, Marco Venus Wounded by a Rose's Thorn Prints G.2006-0015
DERAIN, André Reclining Nude Drawings D.1990-0004
DERAIN, André Madame Jean Renoir (Catherine Hessling) Paintings P.1990-0008
DERAIN, André Bathers Paintings P.1990-0009
DERAIN, André Fruit Paintings P.1991-0005
DESVALLIÈRES, Georges The Visitation Paintings P.1959-0082
DEVAL, Pierre-Jean-Charles Moorish Court Paintings P.1959-0083
DEVAL, Pierre-Jean-Charles Sisters Paintings P.1959-0084
DEVAL, Pierre-Jean-Charles Ghardaïa Paintings P.1959-0085
DINET, Étienne The Wounded Paintings P.1959-0086
DINET, Étienne Woman Returning from the Mosque Paintings P.1959-0087
DOETECUM, Jan van and Lucas van Doetecum <The Large Landscapes>: Soldiers at Rest (after Pieter Bruegel the Elder) Prints G.2009-0001
DOETECUM, Jan van and Lucas van Doetecum <The Large Landscapes>: Views of the Tiber (after Pieter Bruegel the Elder) Prints G.2010-0002
DOETECUM, Jan van and Lucas van Doetecum <The Large Landscapes>: St. Jerome in the Wilderness (after Pieter Bruegel the Elder) Prints G.2010-0003
DOETECUM, Jan van and Lucas van Doetecum <The Large Landscapes>: The Penitent Magdalene (after Pieter Bruegel the Elder) Prints G.2010-0004
DOETECUM, Jan van and Lucas van Doetecum <The Large Landscapes>: Alpine Landscape with a Deep Valley (after Pieter Bruegel the Elder) Prints G.2010-0005
DOETECUM, Jan van and Lucas van Doetecum <The Large Landscapes>: The Crafty Bird-Catcher (after Pieter Bruegel the Elder) Prints G.2010-0006
DOETECUM, Jan van and Lucas van Doetecum <The Large Landscapes>: The Belgian Wagon Prints G.2010-0007
DOETECUM, Jan van and Lucas van Doetecum <The Large Landscapes>: Rustic Solicitude (after Pieter Bruegel the Elder) Prints G.2010-0008
DOETECUM, Jan van and Lucas van Doetecum <The Large Landscapes>: The Way to Emmaus (after Pieter Bruegel the Elder) Prints G.2010-0009
DOETECUM, Jan van and Lucas van Doetecum <The Large Landscapes>: Wooden Region (after Pieter Bruegel the Elder) Prints G.2010-0010
DOETECUM, Jan van and Lucas van Doetecum <The Large Landscapes>: Soldiers at Rest (after Pieter Bruegel the Elder) Prints G.2010-0011
DOETECUM, Jan van and Lucas van Doetecum <The Large Landscapes>: Rustic Market (after Pieter Bruegel the Elder) Prints G.2010-0012
DOETECUM, Jan van and Lucas van Doetecum <The Large Landscapes>: The Flight into Egypt (after Pieter Bruegel the Elder) Prints G.2010-0013
DOLCI, Carlo Mater Dolorosa Paintings P.1998-0002
DOLENDO, Zacharias <Christ and the Apostles>: St. James, the Greater Prints G.1991-0015
DOLENDO, Zacharias <Christ and the Apostles>: St. John the Evangelist Prints G.1991-0016
DOLENDO, Zacharias <Christ and the Apostles>: St. Philip Prints G.1991-0017
DOLENDO, Zacharias <Christ and the Apostles>: St. Bartholomew Prints G.1991-0018
DOLENDO, Zacharias <Christ and the Apostles>: St. Thomas Prints G.1991-0019
DOLENDO, Zacharias <Christ and the Apostles>: St. Matthew Prints G.1991-0020
DOLENDO, Zacharias <Christ and the Apostles>: St. James, the Lesser Prints G.1991-0021
DOLENDO, Zacharias <Christ and the Apostles>: St. Siomon Prints G.1991-0022
DOLENDO, Zacharias <Christ and the Apostles>: St. Judas Prints G.1991-0023
DOLENDO, Zacharias <Christ and the Apostles>: St. Matthias Prints G.1991-0024
DONGEN, Kees van Woman in Turban Paintings P.1959-0191
DONGEN, Kees van Hall of Casino Paintings P.1959-0192
DORE, Gustave La Siesta, Memory of Spain Paintings P.2005-0007
DOSIO, Giovanni Antonio

L.2006-0002
DOU, Gerard Still Life with a Boy Blowing Soap-bubbles Paintings P.1981-0001
DRESS, Andreas <For Beckmann>: Scenery - To BECKMANN Prints G.1985-0015
DUBOURG, Victoria (Fantin-Latour) Flowers Paintings P.1959-0088
DUBOURG, Victoria (Fantin-Latour) Flowers Paintings P.1959-0089
DUBUFFET, Jean The Poacher Prints G.1987-0439
DUBUFFET, Jean Woman's Body (Corps de Dame "L'hirsute") Paintings P.1965-0006
DUBUFFET, Jean Cow with a Beautiful Tail Paintings P.1979-0003
DUFY, Raoul Mozart Paintings P.1990-0007
DUJARDIN, Karel Two Donkeys Prints G.2004-0042
DUJARDIN, Karel Three Sleeping Pigs Prints G.2004-0043
DUJARDIN, Karel Sleeping Dogs Prints G.2004-0044
DUNOYER DE SEGONZAC, André Landscape of Guyancourt Drawings D.1990-0007
DUVET, Jean La Majeste Royale Prints G.1986-0001
DUVET, Jean The Measurement of the Temple (from the "Apocalypse") Prints G.2011-0025
DYCK, Anthony van Diego Felipe de Guzmán, Marquis of Leganés Paintings P.1987-0002
DÜRER, Albrecht <The Large Passion>: (1) The Title Page Prints G.1970-0001
DÜRER, Albrecht <The Large Passion>: (2) The Last Supper Prints G.1970-0002
DÜRER, Albrecht <The Large Passion>: (3) The Garden of Gethsemane Prints G.1970-0003
DÜRER, Albrecht <The Large Passion>: (4) The Arrest of Christ Prints G.1970-0004
DÜRER, Albrecht <The Large Passion>: (5) The Flagellation Prints G.1970-0005
DÜRER, Albrecht <The Large Passion>: (6) Ecce Homo Prints G.1970-0006
DÜRER, Albrecht <The Large Passion>: (7) Christ Carrying the Cross Prints G.1970-0007
DÜRER, Albrecht <The Large Passion>: (8) The Crucifixion Prints G.1970-0008
DÜRER, Albrecht <The Large Passion>: (9) The Lamentation Prints G.1970-0009
DÜRER, Albrecht <The Large Passion>: (10) The Entombment Prints G.1970-0010
DÜRER, Albrecht <The Large Passion>: (11) Christ in Limbo Prints G.1970-0011
DÜRER, Albrecht Philipp Melanchton Prints G.1971-0007
DÜRER, Albrecht <The Large Passion>: (12) The Resurrection Prints G.1974-0001
DÜRER, Albrecht The Garden of Gethsemane (Etched version) Prints G.1974-0002
DÜRER, Albrecht Nemesis (The Great Fortune) Prints G.1979-0006
DÜRER, Albrecht Adam and Eve Prints G.1980-0001
DÜRER, Albrecht Satyr Family Prints G.1982-0176
DÜRER, Albrecht <The Engraved Passion>: (1) Man of Sorrows by the Column Prints G.1989-0085
DÜRER, Albrecht <The Engraved Passion>: (2) The Garden of Gethsemane Prints G.1989-0086
DÜRER, Albrecht <The Engraved Passion>: (3) Betrayal Prints G.1989-0087
DÜRER, Albrecht <The Engraved Passion>: (4) Christ before Caiaphas Prints G.1989-0088
DÜRER, Albrecht <The Engraved Passion>: (5) Christ before Pilate Prints G.1989-0089
DÜRER, Albrecht <The Engraved Passion>: (6) The Flagellation Prints G.1989-0090
DÜRER, Albrecht <The Engraved Passion>: (7) The Crowning with Thorns Prints G.1989-0091
DÜRER, Albrecht <The Engraved Passion>: (8) Ecce Homo Prints G.1989-0092
DÜRER, Albrecht <The Engraved Passion>: (9) Pilate Washing His Hands Prints G.1989-0093
DÜRER, Albrecht <The Engraved Passion>: (10) Christ Carrying the Cross Prints G.1989-0094
DÜRER, Albrecht <The Engraved Passion>: (11) The Crucifixion Prints G.1989-0095
DÜRER, Albrecht <The Engraved Passion>: (12) The Lamentation Prints G.1989-0096
DÜRER, Albrecht <The Engraved Passion>: (13) The Entombment Prints G.1989-0097
DÜRER, Albrecht <The Engraved Passion>: (14) Christ in Limbo Prints G.1989-0098
DÜRER, Albrecht <The Engraved Passion>: (15) The Resurrection Prints G.1989-0099
DÜRER, Albrecht <The Engraved Passion>: (16) St. Peter and St. John, the Lame Man Prints G.1989-0100
DÜRER, Albrecht Melencolia I Prints G.1998-0052
DÜRER, Albrecht Knight, Death and Devil Prints G.1998-0053
DÜRER, Albrecht Madonna with Swaddled Infant Prints G.2000-1753
DÜRER, Albrecht The Little Fortune (Das kleine Glück) Prints G.2001-0020
DÜRER, Albrecht Young Lady on Horseback and Lansquenet (Das Fläulein zu Pferd und der Landsknecht) Prints G.2001-0021
DÜRER, Albrecht The Virgin and Child with the Pear Prints G.2003-0017
DÜRER, Albrecht The Holy Family with the Grasshopper Prints G.2003-0018
DÜRER, Albrecht The Virgin Crowned by One Angel Prints G.2003-0116
DÜRER, Albrecht St. Jerome in His Study Prints G.2003-0117
DÜRER, Albrecht The Witch Prints G.2003-0118
DÜRER, Albrecht The Mass of St. Gregory Prints G.2004-0001
DÜRER, Albrecht Cardinal Albrecht von Brandenburg (The Small Cardinal) Prints G.2004-0019
DÜRER, Albrecht The Last Supper Prints G.2005-0004
DÜRER, Albrecht The Dream of the Doctor Prints G.2005-0005
DÜRER, Albrecht Coat-of-Arms with Skull Prints G.2007-0003
DÜRER, Albrecht <The Life of the Virgin>: The Glorification of the Virgin Prints G.2008-0004
DÜRER, Albrecht <The Life of the Virgin>: The Betrothal of the Virgin Prints G.2008-0005
DÜRER, Albrecht The Cock and His Wife Prints G.2012-0001
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