Illustrations to Montorgueil's 'Paris au hasard' (Paris: Beraldi, 1895), in-octavo, printed on the same sheet:
Recto: four individiual wood-engravings; the first (for page of the book) shows a man disembarking from a boat carrying a heavy looking sack on his back (H. 62mm,W.54mm); the second (for page 17 of the book) shows a man in shadow carrying a stick moving past a boat (H. 47mm, W. 56mm.); the third (for page 20 of the book) shows a view over the Seine from Pont des Saint-Pères on which sits a young ragamuffin who gazes hopefully up at a well-dressed couple (H. 63mm, W. 41mm); the fourth (for page 21 of the book) shows a market set up in a dockyard (H. 74mm, W. 77mm.)
Verso: two individual wood-engravings; the first (for page 19 of the book) shows a bearded man in a dockyard sieving sand on Quai de Javel in Paris (H. 64mm, W. 49mm); the second (for page 18 of the book) depicts a similarly bearded man rolling a barrel away from the river (H. 47mm, W. 65mm).
Wood-engrav… (See Merlin record for full description)
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