Attachés par leur grandeur au rivage de la Seine, les ministres Parrieu et Rouher se consolent de ne pouvoir aller passer les vacances dans leurs montagnes en dansant à huit clos dans une des salles du ministère de la Justice, une bourrée de leur pays natal. (Attached by Their Grandeur to the Shore of the Seine, the Ministers Parrieu and Rouher Console Themselves for Not Being Able to Spend Their Vacation in Their Beloved Mountains, by Dancing the Bourrée, a Dance from Their Native Country, behind Closed Doors in the Ministry of Justice.) from the series Actualités

Maker and role
Artist: Honoré Daumier, French, 1808-1879
Year
1850

Media/materials
Lithograph
Measurements
image, 8 7/16 x 10 3/8in (21.4 x 26.4cm)
sheet, 10 7/16 x 13 3/8in (26.5 x 34cm)
Credit line
Gift of the Friends of the McNay
Accession number
1969.43
Object type
Department
Location
Publisher details
Le Charivari, September 3, 1850
Subject period

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