Title of Work
Date of Work
mid 19th century
Initialed in the lithographic stone.
Art & Design Study Collection
UND Art Collections Repository
Paris l’été, mid 19th century.
English: Paris in the Summer
Lithograph, initialed in the lithographic stone
Purchased with funds from the Myers Foundations
University Art Collections: Art & Design Study Collection
A contemporary of Daumier, Armand-Louis-Henri Telory, known as Henry Emy, worked as an illustrator for several French newspapers. Here, he depicts humorous vignettes of middle class bathers; some are just learning to swim, while another has an unexpected encounter with aquatic wildlife. Still others seem more interested in showing off their stylish bathing costumes or patronizing the snack bar than actually getting in the water.
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