Very Good. Print. A hand-colored print by J. J. Grandville. No date, probably mid-19th century. Card paper taped into a large mat frame with shadowing under the frame only on the margins. One chip, light soil. Captioned "XLVI. Une vilaine commission." with signature on plate. J. J. Grandville, born Jean-Ignace Isidore Gerard (1803-1847) , was a famous French cartoonist known for his satirical caricature anthropomorphizing animals. His hand-colored lithographs were printed in book form, and this plate has a binding edge. ; Color Illustrations; 6 3/4" x 10 1/2" . (Inventory #: 012076)
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