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Image 1807-Paris-Impremerie-04-002 
Illustration No. 1     
Illustrator Charles Dusaulchoy 
Engraver Claude-Marie-François Dien 
Title Caption Tout le cortége, enfin, se mit en marche dans l'ordre que voici. En tête le bouvier, qui & c. 
Title Supplied  
Part Part I, Madrid 1605  
Chapter Chapter 47 
Subject 47.1 Departure from inn
Illustration Type Chapter illustration
Technique Burin engraving
Stipple / Crayon manner
Color Black and white 
Volume IV 
Page Number f.p. 251 
Image Dimension 70 x 110 
Page Dimension 165 x 96 
Commentary Well-known scene; don Quixote, sad and "enchanted", is carried into a cage on an oxcart; two officers of justice escort him and Sancho accompanies him; also the barber and the priest disguised.
Drawing and engraving are bad and clumsy; badly-drawn and badly-detailed figures. 
Notes Claude-Marie-François Dien (Paris, 1787 – Paris, 1865): Painter and engraver. He was a disciple of Reboul and Audoin. In 1809, he won the first prize in engraving, in 1838 and 1848 a first class medal and, in 1853, he was decorated with the “Légion d’honneur”. Between 1822 and 1861 he exposed engravings and watercolors at the Salon; the most of his engravings are portraits, genre and religious scenes for books (Benezit III, 572).