Photo Credit: photo: M. Johnston
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Décidément, ce qui, cette année obtient1857
207 x 263 mm (8.1 x 10.4 in.)
Honoré Daumier, French, (1808–1879)
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- satire - Artistic device holding up human folly and vice to scorn, derision, or ridicule. [November 1994 scope note added; related term added; alternate term added. May 1994 related term added.]
- social satire
- image Dimensions: 207 x 263 mm (8.1 x 10.4 in.)
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Honoré Daumier, French, (1808–1879) . Décidément, ce qui, cette année obtient, 1857. From Le Salon de 1857. Lithograph on wove newsprint paper. Second of two states. image : 207 x 263 mm (8.1 x 10.4 in.). Sheet : 247 x 362 mm (9.7 x 14.3 in.). DAC accession number 19220.127.116.11. Gift of Juwil C. and Virgil W. Topazio (BA Wesleyan 1943), 1984. Open Access Image from the Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University (photo: M. Johnston) .
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