Cicada in Idyllic Landscape

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A nymph makes her way through towards a satyr playing the flute in a coastal landscape
Original lithograph for a meeting of la Cigale in honor of Jean Aicard and Ange-Marie Auzende.

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A nymph makes her way through high weeds towards a satyr playing the flute in a coastal landscape showing rocks and steep slopes, topped by a flying cicada.
This lithograph was created for a meeting of la Cigale (the cicada), an association which brought together artists and writers native of southern France who had come to live in Paris.

The caption reads in the original French: Lithographie originale pour une réunion de la Cigale en l’honneur d’aicard et d’Auzende.

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