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Satyr and Peasant D'Angeli Louvre

1900?    Black-and-white postcard with a photograph of D’Angeli’s “The Satyr and the Peasant.”  “165 Musée du Louvre.  LL.”  $5 from Bertrand Cocq, Calonne-Ricouart, France, Sept., ’20.

Do I understand correctly that this presentation of the fable departs from other presentations of the time chiefly in the expressive stance of the Satyr?  Is he at the point of getting up to leave this place of double-speak?  “LL” correlates with one of our presentations by Jordeans of the same fable.