UNT College of Visual Arts + Design - 10 Matching Results
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- Caricature of Assembly of Notables, February 22, 1787
- The colored etching depicts a group of chickens, ducks, and other fowl listening to the monkey dressed as a maitre d'.
- Caricature of Louis XVI (1754-1793) Playing Chess with a Soldier of National Guard
- A group of aristocrats, nobility and a soldier mingle around a game of chess.
- Caricature of Victor Hugo (1802-1885)
- The illustration depicts a man breaking a chain over an anvil with a mallet. Underneath is the caption, "Le Vieux briseur de fers."
- Characters of the French Revolution
- The horizontal composition includes detailed paintings of various people during the time of the French Revolution with captions.
- Divorce: The Reconciliation.
- Two couples and a child are exhibiting emotion with a judge seated between them.
- Freedom of Press
- The colored etching depicts a group of people in front of many presses.
- Nautilus Passengers
- The black and white engraving depicts men looking at the great creatures under the sea.
- Pas le sou! Si j'allais chez Miss Howard: Caricature of Louis-Napoleon Bonaporte (1808-1873)
- The portrait is of a man showing that his pockets are empty while from behind fish are visible.
- Purifying Pot of Jacobins
- The painting depicts a man straining the bourgeois from a pot of Jacobins.
- The Royal Arms Jubilant
- Queen Victoria, a lion picking his teeth, a unicorn, coat of arms, champagne, flags, meat on a platter, seascape, boats in the distance are all pictured in this satirical cartoon from the weekly magazine, St. Stephen's Review.