For years I had thought that there must be some large sheets of fables done in France, perhaps by Pellerin of Épinal.  Asking and looking finally paid off.  I found a first sheet in Rome in 1998.  A year later along the Seine I found in one hour both a group of Pellerin prints and a group of slightly smaller prints, the latter from the same set of which I had found one exemplar in Rome.  This set has no identifying trademarks that I can discover, but many of their pieces are signed by a  G. Fraipont.

I am calling these large colored sheets including illustration and text (of La Fontaine's fable) broadsides, but would be happy to learn a more correct term.