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At the Opéra ball, King Louis Philippe (centre) as a clown is confronted by Charles Philipon (right, representing the journal Caricature) and Louis Desnoyers (left, representing the journal Charivari), both dressed as jesters. Lithograph attributed to Korff, 1834.

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[1834]
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36159i
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Credit: At the Opéra ball, King Louis Philippe (centre) as a clown is confronted by Charles Philipon (right, representing the journal Caricature) and Louis Desnoyers (left, representing the journal Charivari), both dressed as jesters. Lithograph attributed to Korff, 1834. Wellcome Collection. Public Domain Mark

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Description

Desnoyers wearing a shoulder strap labelled 'Charivari' is drawing a pear on the back of Louis Philippe, while Philipon holds a portfolio labelled 'Caricature'

Publication/Creation

[Paris] (Galérie Véro-Dodat) : chez Aubert, [1834] ([Paris] (rue Furstemberg 6) : L. De Becquet)

Physical description

1 print : lithograph ; image 23 x 28.5 cm

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Lettering

Ah! je te connais, paillasse! La caricature (Journal) 169.

Lettering note

Bears number: Pl. 357

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 36159i

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  • French


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