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Beaumont was a contemporary of Daumier who also produced lithographs for Le Charivari. Known as both a painter and printmaker, he regularly exhibited at the Paris Salon, and illustrated Victor Hugo’s Notre-Dame de Paris. Here, Beaumont offers a lighthearted warning about the camera’s capacity to capture our image even when we are not aware of being photographed.
A man talks to a woman who is sat on a couch with her face in her hands.
Series: Croquis Parisiens
Published in Le Charivari
Original Text: Anatole... Anatole, vous doutez de moi... je vois bien que vous ne m'aimez plus; je n'y survivrai pas!...
Translation: Anatole ... Anatole, you doubt me ... I can see that you no longer love me; I will not survive it! ...
Staining/discoloration, crease marks
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