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Entry of an ambassador into Paris, after Lami: a street in Paris with procession led by a carriage drawn by eight horses turning a corner and going to the right; in the background, the column at Place Vendôme. c.1843
Etching and engraving
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- 1843 (circa)
Height: 176 millimetres
Width: 255 millimetres
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- See 1926,0331.447 for state before title and 1875,0710.4353 for proof before letters.
First published in Jules-Gabriel Janin's "Un hiver à Paris" (Paris: L. Curmer, 1843). The book was reedited by Veuve Louis Janet in 1846 (see Andres 572).
The plate was also used as an illustration to:
- (Andres 572) "The American in Paris, or Heath's Picturesque Annual for 1843 by M. Jules Janin" (London: Longman, Brown, Green & Longmans; New York, Appleton and Son; Paris, Aubert & Co; Leipzig: O. T. Weigel, 1843);
- (Andres 529) "France Illustrated, Comprising a Summer and Winter in Paris..." (London: Peter Jackson; Paris: H. Mandeville).
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