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Object: Sur mon honneur et sur ma conscience, devnt Dieu et devant les hommes!...
Series: La Caricature
Satire on Louis Philippe's reign, showing Marianne being tried in a court of justice presided by Barthe, who sits at centre with Dupin sitting on his right, Thiers taking notes; behind Marianne, Lobau and another officer; on the left, the jury, consisting of Louis Philippe, Soult, Persil and others; Louis Philippe stands up and reads the verdict, his face hidden behind the sheet of paper, and pronounces Marianne guilty; in the foreground, several figures rejoicing, and Madier de Montjau turning towards the viewer; second plate for La Caricature's 'Association mensuelle lithographique'. September 1832
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Height: 242 millimetres (ruled border)
Width: 367 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- 'L'Association mensuelle lithographique' is a special edition of 'La Caricature' created in 1832 by Philipon to cover legal costs. For an extra franc, subscribers to 'L'Association Mensuelle' received an exclusive lithograph printed on white paper.
- Not on display
- Associated events
- Associated Event: July Monarchy 1830-1848
- Associated titles
Associated Title: La Caricature
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- Unidentified mark, recto, lower left: red, oval stamp (not in Lugt).
- Prints and Drawings
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