- Museum number
Object: Un parasol dans une position difficile
Series: Album des Charges du Jour
Plate 13: The Emperor of Morocco seen from behind, holding a parasol open, finding himself standing in between French and Spanish camps, reading to engage in battle with each other; both groups are identified by large flags emblazoned with the names of the two countries, with Spain at left and France at right; originally published in 'Le Charivari', 25 Nov. 1859; state with the title of the original series removed.
- Production date
Height: 224 millimetres (image)
Width: 274 millimetres (sheet)
- Curator's comments
- This print originally appeared in 'Actualités' No. 119. See curator's comment for 1918,0511.1.1 for details on the album and series.
- Not on display
- Associated events
- Associated Event: Spanish-Moroccan War 1859-60
- Associated titles
Associated Title: Le Charivari
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- Annotated in pencil on recto below the plate title: 'Le Charivari / 25 Nov. 1859' at left, 'This state from "L'album des Charges du Jour", Plate 13.' at centre and 'H & D 3041 / 2nd State.' at right; within the margin of the frame at lower right, annotated with 'L503'; on verso: 'Léon Pillet, Paris. Febr. 1906. / [...]: P.1D'.
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