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One of our Daumier friends in Germany inspected volume I of “LE CHARIVARI” at the library of the Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main that owns almost all Charivari volumes.
He discovered that the Frankfurt Charivari volume I also contains so called specimens nr.1 and nr.10 Both specimens indicate as date merely “Lundi…1832” but no date or month.
This means that DR39 was not only printed in single sheet form but was also used in connection with a specimen to promote the forthcoming CHARIVARI.
The censor’s ban and order to destroy DR39 applied not only to the single sheet prints but also to specimen prints.
Back to Index There has been an ongoing discussion whether Daumier had used paper with watermarks for his drawings.
Some authors pointed out that high quality paper would have been too expensive for him.
After he passed away, the sculpture, showing slight chips and minor damages, was not offered via any of the major auction houses as one might have expected, but by a small upstate New York auctioneer. The publication of the black and white and of the colored print was banned, the suspense of Daumier´s prison sentence for “GARGANTUA” was rescinded, Daumier was arrested by the police on August 27, 1832 and was imprisoned until January 27, 1833.To read more about the history and provenance of this unique sculpture, please go to the following link: to Index An important Daumier exhibition is taking place in Bellinzona, Switzerland, in the italian speaking canton Ticino: DAUMIER: ATTUALITÀ E VARIETÀ The exhibition features ca. However, in the case of DR39 those single sheet prints that had not yet been sold latest by August 27, 1832, were destroyed after the censor had prohibited publication and after Daumier had been arrested by the police.180 lithographs, wood engravings, drawings and sculptures by Daumier, a great number of them are works on loan by the collection of the DAUMIER-REGISTER. 15, 2017 to January 7, 2018 Bellinzona Museo Civico Villa dei Cedri Guided tours on Sept. To our great surprise, we recently found a version of DR39 on normal print paper recto and printed text au verso The verso indicates “LE CHARIVARI”, however no date is given on either recto or verso.The specimens already conveyed to the public an idea about the look of the future Charivari.We are not yet sure about the first date of appearance of these specimens, but can assume they were published between February and December 1, 1832 when the first Charivari edition came out.