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Gay et Doucé was a publishing house run by Jean-Jules Gay (Paris, November 17 1837 - Brussels, September 16 1883). Son of Jules Gay, he first works with his father before installing himself in 5, place de la Monnaie, then 8 passage St Hubert in Brussels. He associates himself with Henriette Douce end of the summer of 1877 until March 1882. Henriette then moves to Paris where she settles in 25, bd des Capucines, where she continues publishing by herself until 1890. She collaborates with Eugène Lalouette.

Both Félicien Rops and Jules-Adolphe Chauvet were responsible for frontispieces.




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