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Two young men are approached by a prostitute: she is a clothed skeleton holding a made-up mask in front of her face, representing syphilis. Lithograph by J.J. Grandville, 1830.

  • Grandville, J. J., 1803-1847
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[1830]
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36608i
Part of:
Voyage pour l'eternité
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Paris (rue St. Jacques No. 36 et Galerie Vero Dodat.) : Bulla et Aubert, [1830] ([Paris?] : Lith. de Langlumé)

Physical description

1 print : lithograph, with watercolour ; sheet 22.2 x 30.4 cm.

Lettering

Voulez vous monter chez moi, mon petit Monsieur, vous n'en serez pas faché, allez. J. Grandville.

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 36608i

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  • French


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