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Title
Le bain du cornichon
Type
Still Image
Subject
Charles X, King of France, 1757-1836.
Bathing--1820-1830.
Bathtubs & showers--1820-1830.
Catholicism--1820-1830.
Religion--France--1820-1830.
France--History--Charles X, 1824-1830.
Genre Form
print
graphic
graphic
Satires (Visual works)--French--1820-1830.
Aquatints--French--Hand-colored--1820-1830.
Language
French
Identified By
Lccn: 2013646561
Color Content
hand colored
Note
Forms part of: French Political Cartoon Collection (Library of Congress).
Summary
Print shows Charles X in a bathtub labeled "Le Roi ne cedera pas"; the tub appears to be filled with leeches. In the foreground are papers and clerical accoutrements. A man on the left is identified as "Mon pauvre frere" and there is a dog with a mitre hanging from its mouth. Behind the bathtub are a woman and a cleric, and standing on the edge of the tub is a rooster.
Authorized Access Point
bain du cornichon