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edgebrookhouse - Antique Satirical Lithograph by L Boilly "Les Mangers D'Huitres" Printed by Fran Depeck
edgebrookhouse - Antique Satirical Lithograph by L Boilly "Les Mangers D'Huitres" Printed by Fran Depeck
edgebrookhouse - Antique Satirical Lithograph by L Boilly "Les Mangers D'Huitres" Printed by Fran Depeck
edgebrookhouse - Antique Satirical Lithograph by L Boilly "Les Mangers D'Huitres" Printed by Fran Depeck
edgebrookhouse - Antique Satirical Lithograph by L Boilly "Les Mangers D'Huitres" Printed by Fran Depeck
edgebrookhouse - Antique Satirical Lithograph by L Boilly "Les Mangers D'Huitres" Printed by Fran Depeck
edgebrookhouse - Antique Satirical Lithograph by L Boilly "Les Mangers D'Huitres" Printed by Fran Depeck
edgebrookhouse - Antique Satirical Lithograph by L Boilly "Les Mangers D'Huitres" Printed by Fran Depeck
edgebrookhouse - Antique Satirical Lithograph by L Boilly "Les Mangers D'Huitres" Printed by Fran Depeck
edgebrookhouse - Antique Satirical Lithograph by L Boilly "Les Mangers D'Huitres" Printed by Fran Depeck
edgebrookhouse - Antique Satirical Lithograph by L Boilly "Les Mangers D'Huitres" Printed by Fran Depeck

Antique Satirical Lithograph by L Boilly "Les Mangers D'Huitres" Printed by Fran Depeck

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Antique satirical lithograph of a drawing by Louis-Léopold Boilly titled Les Mangers D'Huitres ("The Oyster Eaters"). Lithography by Francois Seraphin Delpeck. This lithograph dates from 1825.

Louis-Léopold Boilly was a French painter and draftsman. A gifted creator of popular portrait paintings, he also produced a vast number of genre paintings vividly documenting French middle-class social life. His life and work spanned the eras of monarchical France, the French Revolution, the Napoleonic Empire, the Bourbon Restoration and the July Monarchy. In the 1820s he was one of the first French artists to experiment with lithography as a way to reproduce his paintings. Boilly is represented in the collections of the main Art museums such as the National Gallery, (London), The Louvre (Paris), Royal Museums of Fine Arts (Brussels), Hermitage Museum, (Saint Petersburg), Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York), Art Institute of Chicago, National Gallery of Canada (Ottawa), amongst others. (Wikipedia)

 

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Artist: Louis-Léopold Boilly
Printer: Seraphin Delpeck
Color/Pattern: Brown, Black
Period: 1825, Early 19th Century
Styles: English Traditional
Place of Origin: England
Materials: Paper, Wood, Glass
Condition: Very Good Antique Condition, Original Unaltered
Damage or Points of Notice: Good image, some minor fading, and slight discoloration on edges as appropriate with age.
Dimensions: 13.25"W x 0.5"D x 15.25"H; Image only is 7.25"W x 9"H

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