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Art & Design Study Collection
UND Art Collections Repository
A contemporary of Honoré Daumier, Paul Gavarni was a painter and prolific lithographer. The name Gavarni was a pseudonym that resulted from a mistake being made about his real name, Hippolyte Sulpice Guillaume Chevalier, during his early career. Beginning to make lithographs in 1824, Gavarni’s prints about fashion and contemporary life gained him recognition in the 1830s.
Published in Le Charivari
-Y a eu en bas une jeunesse pour vous, jeune homme..
-Pauv' Amanda!... qui ne sera pas battue ce soir.
-There was a youth down there for you, young man ..
-Poor Amanda! ... who won't be beaten tonight.
Discoloration and creasing
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