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The Miseries and Disasters of War (1633) by Jacques Callot  With the 16th century The Miseries and Disasters of War, French 17th artist Jacques Callot anticipated Goya's Disasters of War, both of them criticizing the horrors of war in their art
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The Miseries and Disasters of War (1633) by Jacques Callot
With the 16th century The Miseries and Disasters of War, French 17th artist Jacques Callot anticipated Goya's Disasters of War, both of them criticizing the horrors of war in their art

Les Poires, as sold separately to cover the expenses of a trial of Le Charivari
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Les Poires, as sold separately to cover the expenses of a trial of Le Charivari
Venus at the Opera (1844) by Grandville (French, 1803 – 1847)
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Venus at the Opera (1844) by Grandville (French, 1803 – 1847)

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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.
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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.

While the floruit of British caricature was in the 18th century, French caricaturists flourished from the 19th century onwards.

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17th century

18th century

19th century

Louis-Philippe condemns Philipon for his "The Pears", and Daumier for his "Gargantua". André Gill, Alfred Le Petit and Delannoy are also imprisoned at Mazas Prison or Sainte Pélagie.

20th century

Quelques caricaturistes français

Quelques caricaturistes français[1]

Quelques caricaturistes français is a collection of art criticism on caricature artist written by Charles Baudelaire and anthologized in Curiosités esthétiques. The articles have as subject Carle Vernet, Edme Jean Pigal, Nicolas Toussaint Charlet, Honoré Daumier, Henri Monnier, Grandville, Paul Gavarni, Louis Joseph Trimolet, Charles-Joseph Traviès de Villers and Charles Jacque.

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