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After Théodule Ribot (French, 1823–1891)
Three Unframed Prints: Le déjeuner du chat (1867), and two impressions of Les Éplucheurs. All inscribed "Ribot sculpt" l.l., "Imp. Delâtre, Rue St. Jacques, 303, Paris" l.r., and titled l.c. within the plates, Chat no. 289 from Eaux-fortes modernes, 5th year, June 1867, Éplucheurs signed "t Ribot" within the plate u.l., published by A. Cadart & F. Chevalier. Etchings and engravings, sheet sizes to 22 1/2 x 14 1/2 in. Condition: Chat with toning, acid burn, Éplucheurs both with foxing.
Provenance: M. Roy Fisher, New York; by family descent to the present owner.
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