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Lithograph depicting the Duke of Orléans - after Eugène Lami (1800-1890)
Lithograph depicting the Duke of Orléans - after Eugène Lami (1800-1890) - Engravings & Prints Style Louis-Philippe
Ref : 83286
1 200 €
Period :
19th century
Provenance :
France
Medium :
Paper
Dimensions :
L. 13.31 inch X H. 9.65 inch
Engravings & Prints  - Lithograph depicting the Duke of Orléans - after Eugène Lami (1800-1890)
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Lithograph depicting the Duke of Orléans - after Eugène Lami (1800-1890)

Eugène Lami (1800-1890), after
Rare colored lithograph depicting the Duke of Orléans
Etching titled "The last review. Sad memory / Dedicated to the Army", enhanced with watercolor, depicting Prince Ferdinand-Philippe (1810-1842), Duke of Orleans, eldest son of King Louis-Philippe, on horseback fictitiously passing his last review, following his death on July 13, 1842 from a fall from a horse.
Engraved by E. Desmaisons, lithographer, after Eugène Lami (1800-1890), painter of the model.
Published by Henri Jeannin in Paris, 20, Place du Louvre, in March 1843.
Printed by Lemercier & Cie in Paris.
Very good condition.
Framed.
H. 24.1 x L. 33.8 cm.

Related works
The National Library of France and the British Museum each keep a copy of this lithograph, not enhanced.

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