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Wonderful lithograph personifing Azénor al Pâle, character from "Les Mystères du Peuple", Eugène Sue, french author of XIX century.

Azénor de Kergoadrez was a real person of the 14th century, who has been known by the Breton song Azénor la Pâle (http://chrsouchon.free.fr/azenorif.htm).

Les Mystères du peuple (1849–1856), was suppressed by the censor in 1857 and included in Index librorum prohibitorum (List of Prohibited Books), a list of books banned by the Catholic Church.

163 years old print. Book plate print.
Published by Imprimerie Drouart, Paris in 1851.
Original, not a copy.
Reverse blank.
Slightly damp patches visible on pictures.
Dimensions 9'2 x 6'2 inches or 23.5 x 16 cm.
Ready to frame.

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Antique lithograph. Drouart illustration of 1851. French old print. "Les mystères du peuple", Azénor la Pále. 6'2 x 9'2 inches.


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  • Vintage item from the 1800s
  • Materials: old paper, paper
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