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Identification and Creation
Object Number
M21087
People
Joseph Simon Volmar, French (1796 - 1865)
After Théodore Géricault, French (Rouen 1791 - 1824 Paris)
Printed by Eugène Villain, French (1821 - 1883)
Published by Gihaut Frères, French (1815 - 1871)
Title
White Horse Tavern
Other Titles
Original Language Title: Postillon a la porte d'une auberge
Classification
Prints
Work Type
print
Date
1824
Culture
French
Physical Descriptions
Medium
Lithograph on chine collé
Technique
Lithograph
Dimensions
chine collé: 42.9 × 34.3 cm (16 7/8 × 13 1/2 in.)
sheet: 51.8 × 40.4 cm (20 3/8 × 15 7/8 in.)
Inscriptions and Marks
  • inscription: lower left, in stone: Volmar, d'après Géricault.
  • inscription: lower center, in stone: Chez Gihaut frères, Editeurs Boulevard des Italiens, No. 5
  • inscription: lower right, in stone: Lith. de Villain.
  • inscription: verso, lower left, graphite: [illegible marks]
  • inscription: verso, upper left, graphite: 82 par Volmar
Provenance
Private Collection, gift; to Fogg Art Museum, 1990
State, Edition, Standard Reference Number
State
only state
Standard Reference Number
Clément, p. 411, no. 3
Acquisition and Rights
Credit Line
Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Anonymous Gift in honor of Marjorie B. Cohn
Accession Year
1990
Object Number
M21087
Division
European and American Art
Contact
am_europeanamerican@harvard.edu
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Publication History

"Géricault's Staying Power", Index Magazine ([e-journal], August 13, 2018), https://www.harvardartmuseums.org/article/gericault-s-staying-power, accessed August 15, 2018

Exhibition History

Mutiny: Works by Géricault, Harvard Art Museums, Cambridge, 09/01/2018 - 01/06/2019

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