Politicians of the Parti National with stomach disorders and haemorrhoids. Wood engraving by Pépin (E. Guillaumin), 1889.
- Pépin, 1842-
- 7 April 1889
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Top left, a woman vomiting into a bowl. Top right, a man inflating a rubber ring (inscribed "L'intransigeant") to protect from the effect of haemorrhoids when sitting on the seat marked "Siège de Deputé". Below left a man seated on a close-stool marked "Révision de la Constitution", with bottles of morphine and silver nitrate close by. Bottom right a clergyman holding a candle marked "cierge camphre" and a cloth marked "la cocarde"
Paris (5 Cité Bergère, 5) : J. Madre, 7 April 1889 (Paris : Imprimerie V[eu]ve Hugonis, 6, rue Martel)
1 print : wood engraving, coloured ; image and lettering 34 x 28.4 cm
Les hémorroïdes du Parti National. L'œillet est bien endommagé. Pépin
Wellcome Library no. 30990i
Pépin: pseudonym of Edouard Guillaumin, b. 1842