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A New World of Creatures, Invisible to the Human Eye

A New World of Creatures, Invisible to the Human Eye

J. J. Grandville, 1842

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Museum quality Giclée print
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1" border
Image Size: 8.4" x 12" – Total Size: 10.4" x 14"
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Illustration from The Private and Public Life of Animals, a collection of acerbic animal fables boasting among its contributors some of the finest literary minds of mid 19th-century France, including Honoré de Balzac, George Sand, and the publisher Pierre-Jules Hetzel (under the pseudonym of P. J. Stahl). The book is also home to some of the finest work of the caricaturist J. J. Grandville, drawings in which we can see the satirical genius and inventiveness that would be unleashed in full glory just two years later with the publication of his wonderful Un Autre Monde. (California Digital Library via Internet Archive)

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