La procession du diable  

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"La procession du diable"[1], is a drawing by Paul Gavarni, first published in La Caricature of March 24, 1831. It is one of the first pictures of the diablerie craze that would run rampant in 1830s Paris. The fashion lasted at least until the publication of Le Diable à Paris and Physiologie du diable (1842).

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