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Image 1807-Paris-Impremerie-01-002 
Illustration No. 1     
Illustrator Charles Dusaulchoy 
Engraver Benoist 
Title Caption Et, du même bond, lança si rudement, et si loin le Cheval et le Chevalier, qu'ils furent forcés de se séparer en route 
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Part Part I, Madrid 1605  
Chapter Chapter 8 
Subject 8.2 Adventure of the windmills (giants)
Illustration Type Chapter illustration
Technique Burin engraving
Stipple / Crayon manner
Color Black and white 
Page Number f.p. 120 
Image Dimension 111 x 67 
Page Dimension 165 x 96 
Commentary In the foreground, don Quixote attacks the windmill, whose arms break his lance. From the background, Sancho comes closer.
Scene without originality; drawing and engraving are clumsy; some figures are disproportionated (Sanchos' donkey) and lacking in movement (see don Quixote and Rocinante).
Northern windmills. 
Notes (Maybe) M. A. Benoist (end of the 18th century – beginning of the 18th century): Engraver. M. A. Benoist worked in Paris as an engraver specialized in landscapes. By the same time, there was another engraver who signed as J. L. Benoist (Benezit I, 629 - 630).