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Choose from 9 pictures in our Andre Gill collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


André Gill (French caricaturist, 1840-1885), c. 1876. Creator: Etienne Carjat
André Gill (French caricaturist, 1840-1885), c. 1876. Creator: Etienne Carjat
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Andre Gill, French caricaturist, 1868
Andre Gill, French caricaturist, 1868
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Nadar, French journalist, artist and photographer, 1867. Artist: Andre Gill
Nadar, French journalist, artist and photographer, 1867. Artist: Andre Gill
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Philippe Ricord, French surgeon and venereologist, 1867. Artist: Andre Gill
Philippe Ricord, French surgeon and venereologist, 1867. Artist: Andre Gill
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Otto von Bismarck German statesman, when Conservative Deputy and Inspector of Dykes, 1867. Artist: Andre Gill
Otto von Bismarck German statesman, when Conservative Deputy and Inspector of Dykes, 1867. Artist: Andre Gill
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Drawing by Andre Gill, 1927. Artist: Andre Gill
Drawing by Andre Gill, 1927. Artist: Andre Gill
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Self-portrait by Andre Gill, 1883, (1927). Artist: Andre Gill
Self-portrait by Andre Gill, 1883, (1927). Artist: Andre Gill
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Victor Hugo, French poet, dramatist and novelist, 1867. Artist: Andre Gill
Victor Hugo, French poet, dramatist and novelist, 1867. Artist: Andre Gill
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Alexandre Dumas the Elder, French novelist and playwright, c1840-1860
Alexandre Dumas the Elder, French novelist and playwright, c1840-1860
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Victor Hugo, French poet, dramatist and novelist, 1867. Artist: Andre Gill Featured Image

Victor Hugo, French poet, dramatist and novelist, 1867. Artist: Andre Gill

Victor Hugo, French poet, dramatist and novelist, 1867. Born in Besancon, Victor Hugo (1802-1885) was a central figure in the French Romantic movement. In 1848, the year of revolutions in Europe, he was elected to the Assembly as a Republican but after Napoleon III's coup d'etat he was sent into exile, living in Guernsey in the Channel Islands until 1870. His work includes Notre Dame de Paris (1831), Les Miserables (1862), Les Travailleurs de la Mer (The Toilers of the Sea) (1866). Among his plays La Roi s'amuse (1832) was banned. In its guise as Verdi's opera Rigoletto it is universally popular. From La Lune (Paris, 19 May 1867)

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