Mr. Joliv, plate 346, from Célébrités de la Caricature (Celebrities from La Caricature)

Honoré Victorin Daumier, French, 1808 - 1879



Lithograph on wove paper

Sur blanc impression

Image: 11 5/16 × 8 in. (28.8 × 20.3 cm)

Sheet: 14 7/16 × 10 13/16 in. (36.6 × 27.5 cm)

Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth: Gift of Susan E. Hardy, Nancy R. Wilsker, Sarah A. Stahl, and John S. Stahl in memory of their parents Barbara J. and David G. Stahl, Class of 1947



Lithographie de Becquet, Paris


Chez Aubert & Cie, Paris


Place Made: France, Europe


19th century

Object Name


Research Area


Not on view


Lettered, upper left: La Caricature (Journal) N.o [o in superscript] 164.; lettered, upper right: Pl. 246.; inscribed, on stone, center left BAN [N reversed]; inscribed, on stone, center right: MINISTRES; signed, on stone, lower left: Daumier; lettered, lower left margin: Chez Aubert, galerie vero dodat.; lettered, lower right margin: L. de Becquet, rue furstemberg 6.; lettered, lower center: M.r [r in superscript] JOLIV....; inscribed, in graphite, lower left: D. 75; reverse, inscribed, in graphite, lower left: LD75 1/1; reverse, inscribed, in graphite, lower right: 254 [encircled]

Course History

ENGL 62.22/AAAS 88.11, Atlantic Slavery to Atlantic Freedom, Alysia Garrison, Winter 2021

ENGL 2.01, Literary History II, Michael Chaney, Winter 2021

ANTH 55.01, Anthropology of Global Health, Anne Sosin, Fall 2022

Anthropology 55.01, Anthropology of Global Health, Anne Sosin, Spring 2023

Exhibition History

Recent Acquisition: The Stahl Collection of European and American Art, Ivan Albright Gallery, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, August 1-December 7, 2015.


Collected by Barbara Jaffe Stahl (1930-2004) and David Gerald Stahl (1926-2013), Manchester, New Hampshire; bequeathed to their children Susan E. Hardy, Nancy R. Wilsker, Sarah A. Stahl and John S. Stahl, 2013; given to present collection, 2014.

Catalogue Raisonne

Hazard (1904): 104;Delteil (1926): 75; Daumier Register: 75

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