|Title||Modes of Transportation: Illustration by Fernel, ca. 1910|
|Caption||French lithograph: various modes of transportation, ca. 1910|
|Scope & Content||
Illustration from the collection of art dealer Edmond-Honoré Sagot, by Belgian artist Fernand Fernel, showing various modes of transportation. n.d., circa 1910.
Starting at the left is a woman in a long dress, red blouse and straw hat pedaling a tricycle. Behind her is a man riding a motorcycle and wearing a black leather jacket and trousers or riding suit, goggles, puttees and boots. He is followed by a red automobile with a man driving accompanied by a boy in the front seat and a woman and girl in the back seat. They are followed by a large square black and yellow vehicle with a female driver sitting high up on the vehicle accompanied by a man to her right. Behind the driver are two rear-facing passengers and a front-facing passenger. There is a door in the middle of the vehicle suggesting a passenger compartment. Behind this vehicle is boy, possibly a cook's helper, wearing white with a square basket full of pots on his head. He is accompanied by a policeman halting a chauffeured vehicle to allow the boy to cross the street. This last automobile is driven by a man in a fur coat and separated by a screen from his passengers: a man wearing a top hat and a woman in a long dress.
At bottom left is the text "Ed . Sagot. Éditeur. Paris". At bottom right is the text "Tout droit réservés" (all rights reserved) .
Fernel, Fernand (1872-1934)
Sagot, Edmond-Honoré (1857-1917)
|Other Creators||Sagot, Edmond-Honore|
|Condition Notes||Brown tape covers back edges of illustration. Significant foxing at edges; otherwise; appears stable.|