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L’Imprimeur lithographe et l’imprimeur en taille-douce, circa 1850
Lithograph with hand coloring
Printer: V. Janson
Publisher: Librarie de Hachette, Paris

Lent by Jay T. Last


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John Rubens Smith
b. 1775, London, England – d. 1849, New York, New York

Portrait of the Artist’s Wife, circa 1821-2
Lithograph
Publisher: Barnet & Doolittle, New York

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Nicolas-Eustache Maurin
b. 1779, Perpignan, France – d. 1850, Paris, France
after Gilbert Stuart
b. 1755, North Kingstown, Rhode Island – d. 1828, Boston, Massachusetts

Thomas Jefferson, Third President of the United States, circa 1825-7
Lithograph
Publisher: John and William Pendleton, Boston

Gift of Charles Henry Taylor.
Courtesy American Antiquarian Society
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Henry Inman
b. 1801, Utica, New York – d. 1846, New York, New York
after Thomas Sully
b. 1783, Lincolnshire, England – d. 1872, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Portrait of the Artist’s Wife, 1831
Lithograph
Publisher: Childs & Inman, Philadelphia

Gift of Charles Henry Taylor.
Courtesy American Antiquarian Society
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Nicolas-Toussaint Charlet
b. 1792, Paris, France – d. 1845, Paris, France

Guérillas navarrois, 1824
Lithograph
Printer: Jacques Villain
Publisher: Chez Guihaut, Paris

Acquired with support from the Florence Gould Foundation. Courtesy American Antiquarian Society
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Isidore Laurent Deroy
b. 1797, Paris, France – d. 1886, Paris, France
after Alvan T. Fisher
b. 1792, Needham, Massachusetts – d. 1863, Dedham, Massachusetts

Southwest View, from Views of La Grange, 1826
Lithograph
Printer: François Le Villain, Paris
Publisher: Alvan T. Fisher, Boston

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BIB 436768

C. Des Essarts (fl. United States, circa 1825)
after Louis-Léopold Boilly
b. 1761, La Bassee, France – d. 1845, Paris, France

Piercing the Ears, 1825
Lithograph with hand coloring
Publisher: Anthony Imbert, New York

Courtesy American Antiquarian Society
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BIB 149990

Rembrandt Peale
b. 1778, Bucks County, Pennsylvania – d. 1860, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Proof sheet for Lithographic Sketches, circa 1828
Lithograph
Publisher: Pendleton’s Lithography, Boston

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Nicolas-Toussaint Charlet
b. 1792, Paris, France – d. 1845, Paris, France

Y dit que vous avez une jambe de bois de naissance, 1826
Lithograph
Printer: Jacques Villain
Publisher: Chez Guihaut, Paris

Acquired with support from the Florence Gould Foundation. Courtesy American Antiquarian Society
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Rembrandt Peale
b. 1778, Bucks County, Pennsylvania – d. 1860, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

No. 1, Lithographic Sketches. Memoranda of Form & Character, circa 1828
Pamphlet with printed letter press and lithographic illustrations
Publisher: Pendleton’s Lithography, Boston

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William B. Lucas
d. 1833, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
after L’Orpheline

The Orphan, 1828-1833
Lithograph with hand coloring
Publisher: Kennedy & Lucas, Philadelphia

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Philead Salvator Levilly (figure only)
b. 1803, France
Jean Louis Tirpenne (landscape)
b. 1801, Hamburg, Germany – d. ca. 1878, France
after Charles Edouard Le Prince, Baron de Crespy
b. 1784, Paris, France – d. ca. 1850, France

L’Orpheline, 1828
Lithograph
Publisher: Chez Ostervald, aîné, Paris

Gift of David Doret.
Courtesy American Antiquarian Society
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Cephas Grier Childs
b. 1793, Plumstead, Pennsylvania – d. 1871, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
after La Rêverie

The White Plume, 1830
Lithograph
Publisher: Cephas G. Childs, Philadelphia

Gift of Charles Henry Taylor. Courtesy American Antiquarian Society
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Alphonse Léon Noël
b. 1807, Paris, France – d. 1884, Paris, France
after Henri de Caisne
b. 1799, Brussels, Belgium – d. 1852, Paris, France

La Rêverie, 1829
Lithograph
Printer: Alfred Lemercier
Publisher: Rittner et Goupil, Paris

Acquired with support from the Florence Gould Foundation.
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After Henri Grévedon
b. 1776, Paris, France – d. 1860, France

The Riding Dress, 1835
Lithograph with hand coloring
Publisher: George Endicott, New York

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Nicolas-Toussaint Charlet
b. 1792, Paris, France – d. 1845, Paris, France

La petite armée française, 1822
Lithograph, owned by the artist David Claypoole Johnston
Printer: François Le Villain, Paris
Publisher: Gihout frères

Acquired with support from the Heald Foundation. Courtesy American Antiquarian Society
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David Claypoole Johnston
b. 1799, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – d. 1865, Dorchester, Massachusetts

Precocity, circa 1830-35
Lithograph
Publisher: Pendleton’s Boston

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Victor Adam
b. 1801, Paris, France – d. 1866, Viroflay, France

Cheval en liberté, 1843
Lithograph, owned by the artists Oscar and George Dubois
Printer: Chez Godard

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Oscar Dubois
b. 1843, Zweibrucken, Germany – d. 1911, Massachusetts
after George Dubois
b.1811, Bavaria – d.1888, Fall River, Massachusetts

Major Gen. McClellan, circa 1862
Lithograph, proof before letters
Publisher: Fall River Lithographic Company, Fall River, Massachusetts

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Achille Devéria
b. 1800, Paris, France – d. 1857, Paris, France

Bal masque. Mask’d Ball, after 1830
Lithograph
Printer: Bernard et Bichebois, aîné
Publisher: Charles Bance, Paris; Charles Tilt, London, and Bailly & Ward, New York

Gift of Ruth Penka.
Courtesy American Antiquarian Society
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Victor Adam
b. 1801, Paris, France – d. 1866, Viroflay, France

Charades alphabetiques, circa 1840
Bound volume with lithographed plates and text   
Publisher: Aubert & Cie, Paris, Charles Tilt, London, and Bailly & Ward, New York

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Indiens chatiés. Indians punished.  Indianos castigados, 1854
Lithograph with hand coloring
Publisher: Louis Turgis, Paris and New York

Acquired with support from the Florence Gould Foundation. Courtesy American Antiquarian Society
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Louis Stanislas Marin-Lavigne
b. 1797, Paris, France – d. 1860, France
after Robert Lefèvre
b. 1755, Bayeux, France – d. 1830, Paris, France

Nyssia, 1852
Lithograph, tinted, with hand coloring     
Publisher: Goupil et Cie., Paris, London, and New York

Gift of Peter Dumaine.
Courtesy American Antiquarian Society
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A. Bouvier (possibly Abraham Bouvier)
b. 1801, Geneva – d. 1872, Geneva

Tableaux de fleurs et de fruits, 1855
Lithograph with hand coloring
Printer: Jacomme, Paris
Publisher: Goupil et Cie., Paris, London, and New York

Acquired with support from the Florence Gould Foundation. Courtesy American Antiquarian Society
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Claude Thielley
b. 1811, Rully, France – d. 1891, France
after Ferdinand Georg Waldmüller
b. 1793, Vienna, Austria-d. 1865, Hinterbrühl, Austria

Scenes cosmopolites.  Allemagne. La Fête du grand papa.  The Grandfather’s Birthday, 1857
Lithograph, tinted, with hand coloring     
Publisher: Goupil et Cie., Paris, and M. Knoedler, New York

Gift of Elaine Beals, Class of 1945.
Courtesy American Antiquarian Society
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Jean-Julien Jacott
b. possibly Metz – fl. 1826-1896, Paris

La Fête de la bonne maman, 1853-1855
Lithograph with hand coloring
Publisher: Veuve Turgis, Paris and New York

Acquired with support from the Florence Gould Foundation. Courtesy American Antiquarian Society
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Isidore Laurent Deroy
b. 1797, Paris, France – d. 1886, Paris, France

Vue de San Francisco, 1860
Lithograph, tinted, with hand coloring
Publisher: Louis Turgis, Paris and New York

Gift of Jay T. Last.
Courtesy American Antiquarian Society
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Francis D’Avignon
b. 1813, Paris, France – d. circa 1871, place unknown

Plate in The Columbian Drawing Book, comprising a Series of Sketches, illustrative of Various Departments of the Art, 1849
Bound volume with letter press text and lithographic illustrations
Authors: Charles Conrad Kuchel and Gervase Wheeler
Publisher: Belknap & Hamersley, Hartford, Connecticut

Gift of Jay T. Last.
Courtesy American Antiquarian Society
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Francis D’Avignon
b. 1813, Paris, France – d. circa 1871, place unknown
after a daguerreotype by Phillip Haas
b. circa 1808, Germany- – fl. 1837-1863, Washington, D.C. and New York

Mandarin Esing, of the Chinese Junk, 1847
Lithograph
Printer: Louis Nagel, New York

Gift of Jay T. Last.
Courtesy American Antiquarian Society
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Christian Schussele
b. 1826, Alsace, France – d. 1879, Mercantville, New Jersey

Lafayette, 1851
Chromolithograph
Printer and publisher: P.S. Duval, Philadelphia

Gift of Jay T. Last.
Courtesy American Antiquarian Society
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Leopold Grozelier
b. 1830, Beaune, Côte d’Or – d. 1865, Clarendon Springs, Vermont
after a daguerreotype by Loyal Moss Ives
b. 1821 – d. 1896, Saratoga, New York

The Sailor’s Farewell, 1856
Lithograph, tinted

Acquired with support from the Florence Gould Foundation. Courtesy American Antiquarian Society
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Alphonse Léon Noël
b. 1807, Paris, France – d. 1884, Paris, France
after William Sydney Mount
b. 1807, Setauket, New York – d. 1868, Setauket, New York

The Power of Music! 1848
Lithograph with hand coloring
Publisher: Goupil, Vibert & Cie., Paris, London, Berlin and New York

Gift of Jay T. Last.
Courtesy American Antiquarian Society
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Auguste Regnier
b. 1787, Paris, France – d. 1860, Paris, France
After Junius Brutus Stearns
b. 1810, Arlington, Vermont-d. 1885, New York, New York

George Washington: the Farmer, 1853
Lithograph, tinted, with hand coloring
Printer: Alfred Lemercier
Publisher: Goupil & Co., New York

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Auguste Regnier
b. 1787, Paris, France – d. 1860, Paris, France
after George Caleb Bingham
b. 1811, Augusta County, Virginia – d. 1879 Kansas City, Missouri

Canvassing for a Vote, 1853
Lithograph, color
Printer: Auguste Regnier
Publisher: M. Knoedler & Co., New York

Gift of Jay T. Last.
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Claude Thielley
b. 1811, Rully, France – d. 1891, France
after Richard Caton Woodville
b. 1825, Baltimore, Maryland – d. 1855, London, England

Un Mariage civil aux Etats-Unis. A Civil Marriage in the United States, 1853
Lithograph with hand coloring
Publisher: M. Knoedler & Co., New York

Gift of George K. Fox.
Courtesy American Antiquarian Society
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William Sidney Mount (attributed to)

b. 1807, Setauket, New York-d. 1868, Setauket, New York

Rabbit Trapping, ca. 1845

Oil on canvas

Gift of the Estate of Marion Eddy Wheeler (Class of 1924) 2007.119 

Alphonse Léon Noël
b. 1807, Paris, France – d. 1884, Paris, France
after William Sydney Mount
b. 1807, Setauket, New York – d. 1868, Setauket, New York

Catching Rabbits!  1854
Lithograph
Printer: Bichebois, aîné
Publisher: Goupil & Co., New York

Gift of Jay T. Last.
Courtesy American Antiquarian Society
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Jean-Baptiste Adolphe Lafosse
b. circa 1810, Paris, France – d. 1879, Paris, France
after Felix Octavius Carr Darley
b. 1822, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – d. 1888, Claymont, Delaware

Winter, 1860
Lithograph with hand coloring
Printer: Alfred Lemercier
Publisher: Goupil et Cie., Paris, and M. Knoedler, New York

Gift of Jay T. Last.
Courtesy American Antiquarian Society
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