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The Laundress







Burden






The Third-class Carriage





The Republic



Artist in front of His Canvas



The Artist



The Spectators



Theater Box



The Print Collector



On the Shore



Grand Staircase of the Palace of Justice



Two Sculptors



Women Running from Satyrs



Crispin and Scapin



The Print Collector



Woman and Child on a Bridge



The Miller, His Son and the Donkey



A Famous Motive

 
 
 
 
 


Nadar elevant la Photographie a la hauteur de l'Art
1862



 



Baissez le rideau, la farce est jouee





Voila... mon pot de fleurs... va avoir du soleil...



Adolphe Thiers
1848


Le passe - Le present - l'Avenir






Le Ventre Legislatif
1834


Rue Transnonain, le 15 avril 1834




"You've killed three men? What energy!"








The verdict of a plaintiff.




"I can count on you?"








He defends widows and orphans, unless
retained to attack them.



"Pity she didn't retain me. What a pleasure
to denounce her husband!"








"Weep a little. It makes a good impression!"




"We'll sue them!"
1839



"You old scoundrel!"



"We can plead kleptomania."







"My client is not a presumptuous husband!"







The grand staircase, Palace of Justice.








"We can always go to the Supreme Court!"




"You're so pretty. We'll easily convince the jury
your husband's entirely at fault!"








"Your case is advancing step-by-step!"




"'Your client murdered six women!'
'Yes, but aren't all the jury married men?'"







"It's good we finally reached a property settlement.
The litigation has ruined their marriage!"



"So you were hungry? That's no excuse!"



An anonymous article he wrote in the Law-Journal praises him.



"You lost, but had the pleasure of hearing
me plead your case!"






"My client is a bad lot. His acquittal is a
feather in my cap!"



The parties are considered reconciled.



"Sue! That way you get even with your neighbor!"



Peroration in the manner of Demosthenes.



"Your Honors are too just to deny my client this
final gratification!"

 
 
 

 
 
 
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