(Scenes of daily life. No.10. Can I see my little cat.) A woman wants to read the letter as well. In addition No. 43: ‘Cherche’ (Hunters searching for their catch.) and No.2: ‘Je veux bien’ (A son inviting his mother to dance?).
Crayon style lithograph on wove paper.
Sheet size: 26 x 35 cm. Image size: 17,5 x 22 cm.
Published by Gihaut et Martinet.
Made by Edme-Jean Pigal after an anonymous artist. Edme-Jean Pigal (1798-1872) was a French genre painter, designer and lithographer from Paris. He was a student of Gros. He worked in Paris as a caricaturist and exposed at the Salon from 1827-1870. Printed by Langlume. Pierre Langlume (born 1790) was a French 19th c. lithographer active in Paris ca. 1822-1840. He exposed at the salon in 1822 and 1824.
Condition: Good, given age. One print with staining top an bottom and s small hole at bottom left. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully.