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Rentier et sa bonne - Comedy drawing by Fernand Fau (1858-1919) - "

XEE4148772 Rentier et sa bonne - Comedy drawing by Fernand Fau (1858-1919) - " The Rire", April 20, 1895 by Fau, Fernand (1858-1919); Private Collection; (add.info.: Rentier et sa bonne - Comedy drawing by Fernand Fau (1858-1919) - " The Rire", April 20, 1895); French, out of copyright

Media ID 22747862

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Annuity Beautiful Period Bourgeoisie A Journal Conversation


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Set of 4 Glass Place Mats. Stylish and elegant polished safety glass, toughened and heat resistant (275x225mm, 7mm thick). Matching Coasters also available.

Set of 4 Glass Place Mats. Elegant polished safety glass and heat resistant. Matching Coasters may also be available

Estimated Image Size (if not cropped) is 18.5cm x 25.4cm (7.3" x 10")

Estimated Product Size is 22.5cm x 27.5cm (8.9" x 10.8")

These are individually made so all sizes are approximate


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This comedic drawing by Fernand Fau captures a humorous moment between a wealthy rentier and his maid. Created in 1895 for the French journal "The Rire" this artwork showcases Fau's talent for caricature and satire. In the image, we see the rentier, dressed in fine attire, engaged in conversation with his bonne (maid). The exaggerated features of both characters add to the comical effect of the scene. The rentier appears pompous and self-important, while the maid seems amused by his antics. Fau's attention to detail is evident in every aspect of this print. From the intricate engravings to the delicate shading, he brings these characters to life on paper. The setting suggests a bourgeois household during France's beautiful period, providing insight into societal norms and domestic dynamics at that time. This artwork not only serves as entertainment but also offers commentary on class distinctions and human communication. Fau skillfully uses humor to shed light on these topics, making it relatable even over a century later. As part of a private collection now available through Bridgeman Images' Fine Art Finder platform, this print allows us to appreciate Fau's artistic prowess and delve into an intriguing era of French history. It reminds us that art has always been a powerful medium for social critique and reflection.

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