Le Malade Imaginaire

Abraham Solomon (1823-62)

c. 1861

Oil on canvas

"'Le Malade Imaginaire' is almost the last work he produced ; and is unquestionably the most humorous, as it is also one, in every respect, the most clever in deline- ation of character; for there is point in every figure. The subject is borrowed from Moliere's comedy bearing the same title.”[continued below] — Art-Journal

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