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'Les epoux assortis', after L.L. Boilly, 1825

'Les epoux assortis', elderly man and woman taking their eye and tooth out, respectively

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Keywords: Satire; Louis Leopold Boilly

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Other versions A couple assemble their false body parts- false teeth, a glass eye and wigs. Coloured lithograph by F-S. Delpech after L. Boilly, 1825. Wellcome V0011718.jpg


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