Petits!...Venez Donc Dindons! (Come here little ones....come little turkeys.), plate 442 in La Caricature

Honoré Victorin Daumier, French, 1808 - 1879


published November 27, 1834

Lithograph on wove paper

Sur blanc impression

Image: 8 9/16 × 10 1/16 in. (21.8 × 25.5 cm)

Sheet: 10 1/16 × 13 11/16 in. (25.6 × 34.7 cm)

Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth: Gift of Professor George Breed Zug



Lithographie Delaunois, 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] 272; lettered, upper right: Pl. 442; inscribed, on stone, center right: poulallier politique [on hen house] / [indistinct; on envelope] / [indistinct; on envelope] / FINANCES [on envelope]; inscribed, on stone, lower right: INTERIEUR [on envelop] / MARINE [N reversed; on envelope]; lettered, lower left margin: Au bureau, chez Aubert, pass. Vero-Dodat.; lettered, lower right margin: Lith. Delaunois, r. du Bouloi, 19.; lettered, lower center: Petits! petits! petits!....venez! venez! venez!....venez donc Dindons!; inscribed, in graphite, lower right: Daumier; reverse, stamped, in black ink, lower right: DARTMOUTH COLLEGE, / DEPT OF ART AND / ARCHAEOLOGY

Course History

FREN 8, Exploring French Culture and Language, Annabelle Cone, Fall 2013

FREN 8, Exploring French Culture and Language, Annabelle Cone, Fall 2013


George Breed Zug (1867-1943, Dartmouth Professor of Art History, 1913-1932); given to present collection, 1921.

Catalogue Raisonne

Hazard (1904): 282; Delteil (1926), Vol. 1: 97.; Daumier Register: 97

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