Print, chromolithograph: 'L'Horloger du village' [The Village Clockmaker], by E Pirodon after II Mosler, printed Lemercier & Cie, published Maurice Barbot, rue de L'Echiquier 34, Paris [c1880]. Clockmaker, with tools of craft, in shop serving customers and examining part of a pendulum clock; clockfaces on walls. Folk story idiom. 46.5x56cm. The woman has a swaddled baby in her arms and another child; an older woman sits beside the hearth spinning with her distaff.
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- planographic print
- colour lithograph
- Grosvenor Prints
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