Francia

title: JULES FAVRE

subject date: 2016-03-15

caption: Jules FAVRE (1809 - 1880) lawyer and French politician, an opponent of the Second Empire of Napoleon III, was one of the negotiators of the Treaty of Frankfurt that ended the Franco-Prussian War. Depicted as draws on a huge effigy of himself gushing streams of tears like a fountain; caustic biography ends with the prediction: "drowned by his tears, one night sleeping on your back with your mouth open." Caricature of Georges Lafosse (1844-1880) from "The Trombinoscope" political satirical magazine of Léon-Charles Bienvenu, said Touchatout (1835 -1910); Monograph No. 1, Paris, 1871

category: HIS

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country: Francia

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continent: Europa

image century : XIX

image epoch: Ottocento

subject century: XIX

subject epoch: Ottocento

technique: Pagina tipografica illustrata

id: 38854

file name: FSNgilardi_70624.jpg

keywords

FranceTearscrycryingjetwaterfountainFrench AcademybiographysatirenewspapersWeeklysatirical weeklyrecurrentmonographperiodiccaricatureTouchatoutGeorge LafosseLéon-Charles BienvenupseudonymJules Gabriel Claude FavreJules FavreFavre J.Third RepublicwriterjournalistAcadémie Française

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