L'Image--Revue artistique et litteraire ornée de figures sur bois [No. 9 (August 1897)]
Cover designed by Victor Prouvé (French, 1858–1943), Illustrated by Tony Beltrand (French, about 1847–1904), Illustrated by Armand Berton (French, 1854–1927), Illustrated by Honoré Daumier (French, 1808–1879), Illustrated by Jean-Jacques Drogue (French, 1858–1901), Illustrated by Edouard Gendrot (French, active late 19th century), Illustrated by Auguste Gérardin (French, born in 1849), Illustrated by Constantin Guys (French, 1802–1892), Illustrated by Jules Ferdinand Jacquemart (French, 1837–1880), Illustrated by Auguste Lepère (French, 1849–1918), Illustrated by Louis-Antoine Manceaux (French, born in 1862), Illustrated by Edouard Manet (French, 1832–1883), Illustrated by René Ménard (French, 1862–1930), Illustrated by Félix Edouard Vallotton (Swiss (active in France), 1865–1925), Engraved by Jules Baudoin (French, active end of 19th century), Engraved by Emile Crosbie (French, died in 1907), Engraved by Eugène Dété (French, 1848–1922), Engraved by François (French, active late 19th century), Engraved by Jules Germain (French, active 1897–1943), Engraved by G. Joubard (French, active 1880–1903), Engraved by Paul Leyat (French, active late 19th–early 20th century), Engraved by Charles Marx (French, active late 19th century), Engraved by Mettais (French, active late 19th century), Engraved by van de Putt (French (?), active late 19th century), Engraved by Léon Henri Ruffé (French, born in 1864), Engraved by Charles Smachtens (French, active late 19th century), Engraved by Louis Tinayre (French, born in 1861), Engraved by Viejo (French (?), active late 19th century), Publisher Floury [firm], Publisher Corporation Française des Graveurs sur Bois (French, founded in 1896)
Place of Publication: Paris, France
Ray, French Illustrated Book, 321
Overall: 30.7 x 23.4 x 0.5 cm (12 1/16 x 9 3/16 x 3/16 in.)
Medium or Technique
Illustrated journal with numerous wood engravings and woodcuts
Not On View
(Paris: Floury, 1897) Quarto; 32 pp., plus plates; original publisher’s pictorial wrappers, within original publisher’s black-stamped gray cloth portfolio.
Paris: Floury, 1897
Samuel Glaser, by whom given to MFA, December 30, 1971.
Gift of Samuel Glaser