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A troupe of blind musicians and their dogs confronting a rival street musician and his dog. Lithograph by Engelmann after M.S. Baptiste, 1828.

Baptiste, Martin Sylvestre, 1795-1837.
Date
1828

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Publication/Creation

[Paris (Cité Bergère, n. 6)] : [Engelmann], 1828 ([Paris?] : Lith. de Engelmann)

Physical description

1 print : lithograph ; image 15.7 x 23.3 cm

Lettering

Les musiciens aveugles. S. Baptiste 1828. Lith. de Engelmann

Publications note

Ingrid Sykes, 'Sounding the "citizen-patient": the politics of voice at the Hospice des Quinze-Vingts in post-Revolutionary France', Medical history, 2011, 55: 479-502 ( pp. 501-502)

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 16519i

Language

  • French



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