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Image 1807-Paris-Impremerie-02-002 
Illustration No. 1     
Illustrator Charles Dusaulchoy 
Engraver Jacques Marchand 
Title Caption C'etoit surtout á débarasser Gines qu'en écuyer de grand sens, il s'étoit d'abord attache 
Title Supplied  
Part Part I, Madrid 1605  
Chapter Chapter 22 
Subject 22.1 Adventure of the galley slaves (galeotes)
22.4 Liberation of galeotes
Illustration Type Chapter illustration
Technique Burin engraving
Stipple / Crayon manner
Color Black and white 
Volume II 
Page Number f.p. 240 
Image Dimension 103 x 65 
Page Dimension 165 x 96 
Commentary In the foreground, don Quixote defeats the first of the soldiers; in the background, Sancho Panza and the galley slaves observe them.
Some details are acceptable (fallen horse), but, as a whole, drawing and engraving are clumsy. 
Notes Strange detail: behind the head of Rocinate, it appears the head of a little child in one figure's arms.

Jacques Marchand (Paris, 1769 - ¿?): Designer and engraver. Marchand was specialized in burin engraving, stipple engraving and crayon manner. He was a disciple of the burin engraver François Godefroy (Rouen, 1743 – Paris, 1819). Marchand engraved History scenes and portraits (one of “Napoleon”) and, between 1798 and 1810, he exposed at the Salon (Benezit VII, 163).