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One man leaving and the other returning to hospital, caricature from the Moeurs Parisiennes series, engraved by Langlume, c.1825

by (after) Pigal, Edme Jean

One man leaving and the other returning to hospital, caricature from the Moeurs Parisiennes series, engraved by Langlume, c.1825 - (after) Pigal, Edme Jean
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One man leaving and the other returning to hospital, caricature from the Moeurs Parisiennes series, engraved by Langlume, c.1825 - (after) Pigal, Edme Jean

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English: "One man leaving and the other returning to hospital, caricature from the Moeurs Parisiennes series, engraved by Langlume, c.1825" oil on Canvas.
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1825

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(after) Pigal, Edme Jean

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