- Grandville, J.-J.
- Wood engraving
- Stypulkowski, Lucjan
- Portrait (taller)
- University of Ottawa Library, the Internet Archive
- Cent proverbes
- Achard, Amédée, Delord, Taxile, Frémy, Arnould, Old Nick (Émile Forgues)
- Paris: Henri Fournier, 1845
- Open Library:
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One human sits with five wolves at a table outside a restaurant. The wolves open their mouths wide, showing their fangs, as one of them stands up with his arms stretched out toward a sign that says “The devourers’ meeting place.”
The caption reads in the original French:
Il faut hurler avec les loups. This proverb has an English equivalent in
You have to run with the pack.
Keywords: 1840s, 19th century, anthropomorphic, black & white, proverb, wolf