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Archbishop Affre, wounded in the June 1848 insurrection, is carried back to his residence to die. Lithograph by V. Adam and A. Maurin, 1848.

Adam, Victor, 1801-1866.
Date
[2 December 1848]

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Description

Archbishop of Paris. While trying to mediate between the insurgents and the government during the insurrection of June 1848, Affre was shot by one of the insurgents

Lettering

Monseigneur Denis Auguste Affre, blessé mortellement, reconduit à l'archevêché par Mr. Delamarre curé de St. Antoine, Mr le grand vicaire Ravinet, et Mr. le docteur Cayol. (26 Juin 1848.). Que mon sang soit le dernier versé. V. Adam et A. Maurin

Publication/Creation

Paris (55 Quai des Augustins) : Mon.Tessari & Cie., Avanzo successeur ; London (25 Berners St., Oxf. St.) : E. Gambart & Co., [2 December 1848] ([Paris] : Imprimé par A. Godard)

Physical description

1 print : lithograph ; image ? cm

Publications note

Bibliographie de la France, 2 décembre 1848, no. 985, "Mgr l'archevêque de Paris, blessé mortellement, reconduit à l'archevêché, lithog. par MM. {V. Adam} et {A. Maurin}. Prix : 6 fr. A Paris, chez {S. Avanzo}

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 547649i

Language

  • French


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