Le Pilori Concert Montéhus

A. Dupuis
France - c. 1920
32 x 47 in (81 x 119 cm)
ID #FRLB366

Description:

The pillory concert by the French singer-songwriter, humanitarian and pacifist, Montéhus

Gaston Mardochée Brunswick, better known by his pseudonym Montéhus (9 July 1872 - December 1952) This brutally graphic image depicts four central figures chained to a type of pillory as they are held captive before the people. The heads represent the corrupt and exploitative sides of government; in this image they are presented to an angry crowd to be mocked and humiliated for the sins they have committed to society.   

500-1000 humanist liberalism medium Montehus music Original pacifist political singer song vintage poster vintage posters workers rights

More from $500 to $1,000


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