Souvenir de Saint-Valery-sur-Somme (Souvenir of Saint-Valery-sur-Somme), from Six Marines

Eugene Isabey, French, 1803 - 1886



Lithograph on chine appliqué

Plate: 11 15/16 × 9 9/16 in. (30.4 × 24.3 cm)

Sheet: 19 9/16 × 14 1/8 in. (49.7 × 35.9 cm)

Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth: Purchased through the Class of 1935 Memorial Fund



Place Made: France, Europe


19th century

Object Name


Research Area


Not on view


Titled, in ink, lower center margin: SOUVENIR DE St: [t is superscript above colon] VALERY SUR SOMME.; printed, in ink, lower left margin: Lithe [e is superscript] par Eug. Isabey; printed, in ink, lower right margin: Impe: [e is superscript above colon] par Ch. Motte; printed, in ink, lower left margin: Paris publie par Morlot, Galerie Vivienne No. 26 [o in No. is superscript]; printed, in ink, lower right margin: London Published by M Lean 26 Hay Market; inscribed, in graphite, on reverse, lower left: 916 / 6 for No; stamped, in red ink, on reverse, lowerright: EG [in ornate script surrounded by oval]; inscribed, in graphite, on mount, lower left: EUGENE ISABEY 1803-1886 Souvenir de St. Valery sur Somme from Six Marines [series title underscored] Curtis 66 ii/iii, first published issue Provenance: J.F. gautier (Lugt 1463a) Blindstamp, lower left margin: EDITEUR COMMEE [EE superscript] DESTAMPES / V. MORLOT / PARIS / 26 PASSAGE VIVIENNE [all surrounded by an oval, first and last lines curve around outside of an inner oval with the second and third lines in center]


J. F. Goutier (Lugt 1463a); Carolyn Bullard Fine Prints and Drawings, Dallas, Texas; sold to present collection, 2005.

Catalogue Raisonne

Curtis 66 II/II

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