La correctionelle, petites causes célèbres. Etudes de moeurs populaires au dix-nuevième siècle.
Lithograph(s) by Paul Gavarni (Hippolyte Guillaume Sulpice Chevalier) (French, 1804–1866), Publisher P. Martinon (French, 19th century), Publisher Juste Bourmancé (French, 19th century), Printer Coulon (French, 19th century), Printer Thierry frères (French, 19th century)
Place of Publication: Paris, France
Not in A & B
Overall: 28.8 x 23.4 x 4.2 cm (11 5/16 x 9 3/16 x 1 5/8 in.)
Medium or Technique
Illustrated journal with 100 lithographs and numerous wood engravings
Not On View
(Paris: Chez Martinon, 1840) Quarto; [2 ff.] 403 pp., plus original publisher’s printed covers; nineteenth-century half gilt-stamped green morocco, marbled paper boards.
Satirical illustrations of daily life, often focussed on the legal system.
Paris: Chez Martinon, 1840
Mr. and Mrs. Julius S. Canner, by whom given to MFA, September 22, 1965.
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Julius S. Canner