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A series of lithographic drawings illustrative of the relation between the human physiognomy and that of the brute creation / From designs by Charles Le Brun: with remarks on the system. [Anon].
- Legrand, J. G. 1743-1807.
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Dissertation sur un traité de Charles Le Brun. English
London : S. & R. Bentley for I. P. Blanquet, and published by J. Carpenter, 1827.
2 unnumbered leaves, 7 pages, 37 unnumbered plates : illustrations, portrait, frontispiece ; (folio)
The publisher issued the same plates with French text under title: Dissertation sur un traité de Charles Le Brun concernant le rapport de la physionomie humaine avec celle des animaux
The text, here translated into English, is by J. G. Legrand and L. P. Baltard. The plates were lithographed by various artists and printed by Engelmann, Graf, Coindet and Co
Caption title: A system of physiognomy, by Charles Le Brun
Editor's pref. signed: J. P. Blanquet.