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The Young Girl and Death (Le Jeune Fille et la Mort)

1854
19th century

Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot, French, (1796–1875)

Object Type: print
Medium and Support: Cliché-verre
Series: Number 4 from portfolio of 40 clichés-verre Forty Clichés-Glace (Quarante Clichés-Glace)
Edition: Published March 1854; the portfolio was published with 40 clichés-verres; this is from a group of 19 by Corot
Bibliography: Loys Delteil 45; Sagot-Le Garrec 197.
Credit Line: Purchase funds, 1963
Accession Number: 1963.16.1.4

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  • allegory
  • death
  • girls - Use to refer to female human beings from birth through adolescence. [August 1993 descriptor added.]
  • youth - Use for people below the age of full maturity, generally 17 years of age and younger. [April 1994 lead-in terms added. September 1993 scope note added. August 1993 related terms added. November 1992 alternate term added. September 1990 lead-in terms added.]

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