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A couple assemble their false body parts: false teeth, a glass eye and wigs. Coloured lithograph by F-S. Delpech after L. Boilly, 1825.

  • Boilly, Louis, 1761-1845
Date:
1825
Reference:
16329i
Part of:
Grimaces
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Publication/Creation

1825

Physical description

1 print : lithograph, with watercolour.

Series

Lettering

Les époux assortis. Lith de Delpech. L. Boilly 1825.

References note

For further information on this series, see Henry Harrisse, 'L.L. Boilly'. Paris société de propagation de livres d'art, 1898, p. 196ff.

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 16329i

Notes

'Grimaces' is the title of a series of 92 lithographs designed by Boilly between 1823 and 1828, "reissued by the Maison Aubert in 1837 as 'Groupes physionomiques connus sous le nom de grimaces par Boilly'. 200-300 exemplars of first edition, up to 1000 on a few. Also issued in more limited editions in London." (Judith Wechsler, 'A Human Comedy', Thames and Hudson, London 1982, p. 194)

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  • French


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