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        Queen Isabella II of Spain, cartoon published in 'Vanity Fair' magazine, 18 September, 1869

        James Jacques Joseph Tissot (Coide) (1836-1902) (after); French. Medium: lithograph. Date: 1869. Isabella II (1830-1904) Queen of Spain (1833-68); deposed in the 'Glorious Revolution' of 1868 and abdicated in 1870; cartoon depicts going into exile; the caption is satirical: 'She has throughout her life been betrayed by those who should have been most faithful to her'; Tissot used the 'nom de crayon' of Coide for his caricatures; Provenance: Private Collection. Photographic Rights The Bridgeman Art Library.

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