book of prints
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- Object: La Ceremonie du Malade Imaginaire
Frontispiece to "Receptio Publica Unius Juvenis Medici" (Lyons, Perrin and Marinet) 1870; showing a man and woman on stage in eighteenth-century costume with orchestra pit below. Flanked by men holding crossed syringes with further players in the background, including two men in a pulpit, above whom is a banner marked "Dignus est entrare/ in nostro docto corpore".
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Height: 142 millimetres (plate mark)
Height: 222 millimetres (sheet size)
Height: 277 millimetres (size of album page)
Width: 120 millimetres
Width: 140 millimetres
Width: 219 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- This print, and the "Receptio Publica" to which it serves as the frontispiece, is bound with a set of portraits of the "Troupe de Molière" (see 1877,1013.1936 to 1968).
Hillemacher's "Théatre de J. B. Poquelin de Molière" (1863-1870), with 166 vignettes, is kept at 191*.a.9 (see 1877,1013.1969 to 2134).
- Not on display
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