A portly, well-to-do physician leaves his house, while his wife cavorts in the window with a young dandy. Lithograph by P. Numa, c. 1832.
- Numa, Pierre, active 1830-1848.
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The busy doctor, serving Paris in the grip of the cholera epidemic of 1832, is so occupied by his business 'affairs' that he does not notice the other 'affairs' going on near to him