Aubert Editeur. Faut avouer que l'gouvernement a une bein drôle de tête (The Publisher Aubert. You must admit the government has a comic appearance)

Charles Joseph Traviès de Villers, Swiss, 1804 - 1859, after Charles Philipon, French, 1802 - 1862

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Lithograph on paper

Plate: 9 3/4 × 11 1/16 in. (24.8 × 28.1 cm)

Sheet: 10 1/4 × 13 5/16 in. (26 × 33.8 cm)

Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College: Purchased through the Jean and Adolph Weil Jr. 1935 Fund

2014.57.9

Geography/Culture

Europe, Switzerland

Period

19th century

Object Name

Print

Classification

Print

Not on view

Inscription

Signed in stone, lower right: C. J Traviès; inscribed, in print, upper right: La Caricature (Journal) / (No.60.); inscribed, in print, upper right: Pl.121.; inscribed in print above image: AUBERT EDITEUR.; inscribed, in print, beneath image: Faut aveuer que l'governement a une bein drole de tete.; inscribed, in print, lower left: Ch. Philipon in.r.

Course History

WRIT 5, On Poor Taste, William Boyer, Winter 2015

FREN 8, Exploring French Culture and Language, Annabelle Cone, Fall 2014

Published References

See Elise K.Kenney & John M.Merriman, 'The Pear: French Graphic Arts in the Golden Age of Caricature', South Hadley, Massachusetts 1991, p.100, cat.17. Also Judith Wechsler, 'A Human Comedy. Physiognomy and Caricature in 19th Century Paris', London 1982, p.67, fig.42. Nadine Orenstein, Constance C. McPhee, "Infinite Jest: Caricature and Satire from Leonardo to Levine" Ex. cat.: September 13, 2011 - March 4, 2012. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New Haven and London, 2011, fig. no. 10, 14, ill.

Provenance

James A. Bergquist, Newton Centre, Massachusetts; sold to present collection, 2014.

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