Under the Lamp (“Once upon a midnight dreary…”), from The Raven (Le Corbeau)
Édouard Manet (French, 1832-1883) written by Edgar Allan Poe (American, 1809-1849) translated and produced by Stéphane Mallarmé (French, 1842-1898) printed by Lefman et Cie. (French, 19th century) published by Richard Lesclide (French, 1825-1892)
Signed recto, in plate, lower left, below image: "E. M."
273 × 380 mm (image); 395 × 556 mm (sheet)
Prints and Drawings Purchase Fund
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The Art Institute of Chicago, “Edouard Manet 1832-1883,” (as “‘And suddenly there came a tapping …’”) January 13-February 19, 1967, p. 148, cat. 133c (not ill.); also traveled to The Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA, November 3-December 11, 1966.
The Art Institute of Chicago, Blake Palmer Gallery, “Manet as Printmaker: Works from the Permanent Collection,” April 20-September 12, 1985, no cat.
Harris 83b only state
Guérin 86a II/II
Moreau-Nélaton 91 only state
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