February 25, 2010  

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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.
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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.

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Weird Sisters; Ministers of Darkness; Minions of the Moon, published by Hannah Humphrey, 1791 by James Gillray available at the Bridgeman Art Library


"The Twin Stars: Castor and Pollux," satirical illustration by English cartoonist James Gillray (1757-1815.) Gillray lampooned George Barclay (c.1759-1819) and Charles Sturt (1763-1812).


National Conveniences: Four ways of shitting, 1796. English, Scotch, French, Dutch.


Presentation of the Mahometan credentials - or - the final resource of French atheists by James Gillray


Richard Newton (caricaturist)


Sale of English Beauties in the East Indies. Published by William Holland, 16 May 1786. Etching and aquatint with added watercolor by Gillray.


Henry Holiday's Picture Puzzles in his Illustrations to Lewis Carroll's The Hunting of the Snark

Henry Holiday, Joseph Swain: The Vanishing (1876) Marcus Gheeraerts the Elder: The Image Breakers (1566-1568)


The Dream of Human Life by Michelangelo (1533).


"Ci-devant Occupations, or Madame Tallien and the Empress Josephine dancing naked before Barras in the Winter or 1797—a Fact." by Gillray

James Gillray The Lover's Dream 24 January 1795



(R. Topor, A. Chechot, A. Mlechko, T. Yura) - were at their best in erotic cartoons[1]



Witches[2]



Klaus Barbie documentary film, My Enemy's Enemy Wild Bunch productions.



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