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180 lithographs, wood engravings, drawings and sculptures by Daumier, a great number of them are works on loan by the collection of the DAUMIER-REGISTER. 15, 2017 to January 7, 2018 Bellinzona Museo Civico Villa dei Cedri Guided tours on Sept. To our great surprise, we recently found a version of DR39 on normal print paper recto and printed text au verso The verso indicates “LE CHARIVARI”, however no date is given on either recto or verso.One of our Daumier friends in Germany inspected volume I of “LE CHARIVARI” at the library of the Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main that owns almost all Charivari volumes.For our research we require high-resolution photographs (front and back), all technical information such as: medium, measures, etc as well as all available provenance. Take a look at the timetable: “GARGANTUA” (DR34) appeared on December 16, 1831 resulting in a conditional six months prison sentence for Daumier pronounced on February 23, 1832.Back to Index Good news for the Daumier community: Daumier’s original lacquered clay of King Louis XIV has reappeared on the Art market after 47 years of hiding in the apartment of a French Art dealer in New York known to the Daumier Register. “LES BLANCHISSEURS” (DR39) was deposited with the censor as black and white print (without text au verso) on August 22, 1832.) DR 10641 HALLINES, HP in crest DR 10617 (HAL) LINES DR 10601 H. (Hallines) DR 10553 HALLINES, EP DR 10486 HUDELIST DR 10328 HL DR 10305 …DELIST…There surely exist more than these 14 drawings that carry a watermark, but these have not yet been identified.Daumier is one of the most frequently copied artists of the 19th century.Already during his lifetime, Daumier complained about forgeries being offered on the market.
Many collectors had not been aware of this auction. The print indicates that “LES BLANCHISSEURS“ is no.33 of the series “Caricatures Politiques” (called “Caricature Politique” from September 1833 onwards).
In order to promote this forthcoming publication, Philipon published some 45 specimens (flyers) for collectors and the general public, each one with a caricature by different artists and accompanied by some advertisements to solicit interest and subscriptions.
The specimens already conveyed to the public an idea about the look of the future Charivari.
Up to now, we are aware only of one single Daumier DR39 specimen print.
The Bibliothèque Nationale in Paris, which owns an almost complete Daumier print collection, was not aware of the existence of such specimen prints.