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Anti-Semitic lithograph “Les Differentes Positions Sociales,”—the Jew above everyone—France 1869
“The different social positions,” an anti-Semitic engraving in wonderful colors. Describes the various social strata of France, at the top of which is the Jew. Under each of the figures is a sentence explaining their social role. The Emperor says “I demand the gesture,” the gentleman says “I have privileged property,” the priest says “stolen taxes belong to me,” the Jew says “There needs to be profit,” the soldier says “I don’t pay anything,” the beggar says “I don’t have anything.” | Attached to canvas. 38x48cm. Generally good condition.
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