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The Coal Waggon

Géricault, Jean Louis André Théodore (printmaker)

Hullmandel, Charles Joseph (printer)

Rodwell & Martin (publisher)

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The Coal Waggon

Various Subjects drawn from Life and on Stone by J. Gericault


Géricault, Jean Louis André Théodore (printmaker) French artist, 1791-1824

Hullmandel, Charles Joseph (printer) British printmaker, 1789-1850

Rodwell & Martin (publisher)







Production Notes

From a series of 12 lithographs (and a frontispiece), Various Subjects drawn from Life and on Stone by J. Gericault, published in London between February and May 1821.

Only state




black carbon ink (Medium)
paper (Support)


image height: 195 mm
image width: 311 mm
sheet height: 273 mm
sheet width: 368 mm




given: The Friends of the Fitzwilliam Museum 1945-05 (Prints given by The Friends of the Fitzwilliam Museum)
Sotheby's, 16 April 1945, Lot 112


  1. Position: lower right
    Type: signature
    Method: printed
    Content: J. Géricault invt.
  2. Position: lower left
    Type: signature
    Method: printed
    Content: C. Hullmandel's Lithography
  3. Position: lower centre
    Type: title
    Method: printed
    Content: THE COAL WAGGON
  4. Position: lower centre
    Type: address
    Method: printed
    Content: London. Published by Rodwell & Martin New Bond St. Feb. 1. 1821

Standard print ref/s

Delteil 36
Delteil, Loys
(1906-1926) Le peintre-graveur illustré (XIXe & XXe siècles) , Colmar, Paris

Accession Number

P.287-1945 (Paintings, Drawings and Prints)
(Reference Number: 2142; Input Date: 2000-02-10 / Last Edit: 2011-07-22)

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P.286-1945 - The Coal Waggon
P.310-1945 - Le chariot de charbon
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