The Portrait of Mademoiselle Guillaume

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A woman shows her female guest a portrait, at the sight of which this latter recoils
The duchess led Augustine to the portrait which Théodore had painted of Mademoiselle Guillaume.
(Facing p. 74.)

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In a darkened gallery, a woman shows her female guest a brightly lit portrait, at the sight of which this latter recoils.

The caption reads in the original French: Augustine fut amenée par la Duchesse devant le portrait que Théodore avait fait de Mlle Guillaume.

Caption based on Philip Kent’s translation from The Cat and Battledore. Chicago: Belfords, Clarke & Co, 1879.

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