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Le malade imaginaire: Argan, a hypochondriac feigning illness in front of Béline, his wife and Dr. Purgon, his physician, in a scene from Molière's play. Etching by G. Schouten after J.B. Molière.

Molière, 1622-1673.

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Episode in: Molière, La malade imaginaire comedie ... the hypochondriack ...

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1 print : etching

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Le malade imaginaire. G. Schouten fec.

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Wellcome Library no. 21936i

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