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, '"Babar in his Studio," published cover illustration of Babar's Book of Color,' 1984, Mary Ryan Gallery, Inc

Laurent de Brunhoff

"Babar in his Studio," published cover illustration of Babar's Book of Color, 1984

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, '"After Manet…," study for Babar's Museum of Art,' 2004, Mary Ryan Gallery, Inc

Laurent de Brunhoff

"After Manet…," study for Babar's Museum of Art, 2004

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, 'Cover illustration for Babar the King,' 1936, Mary Ryan Gallery, Inc

Jean de Brunhoff

Cover illustration for Babar the King, 1936

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, '"The weather is perfect for the day of the celebration," published illustration for Babar the King,' 1936, Mary Ryan Gallery, Inc

Jean de Brunhoff

"The weather is perfect for the day of the celebration," published illustration for Babar the King, 1936

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, 'Published back cover illustration for Babar's Book of Color,' 1984, Mary Ryan Gallery, Inc

Laurent de Brunhoff

Published back cover illustration for Babar's Book of Color, 1984

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, '"All the Elephants have Chosen a Trade," published Illustration for Babar the King,' 1936, Mary Ryan Gallery, Inc

Jean de Brunhoff

"All the Elephants have Chosen a Trade," published Illustration for Babar the King, 1936

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, '"Gardens of the Amusement Park in Celesteville," illustration for Babar the King,' 1936, Mary Ryan Gallery, Inc

Jean de Brunhoff

"Gardens of the Amusement Park in Celesteville," illustration for Babar the King, 1936

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, 'Here are the babies, settled now in the garden and asleep in a big perambulator. Babar and Celeste receive the congratulations of their friends. Almost everyone brings a gift. Potifour, the farmer, and his wife bring fruits from their own orchard; the hens offer some eggs; the gardeners some flowers. The bakers present a cake, and Cornelius brings three silver rattles.,' 1937, Mary Ryan Gallery, Inc

Jean de Brunhoff

Here are the babies, settled now in the garden and asleep in a big perambulator. Babar and Celeste receive the congratulations of their friends. Almost everyone brings a gift. Potifour, the farmer, and his wife bring fruits from their own orchard; the hens offer some eggs; the gardeners some flowers. The bakers present a cake, and Cornelius brings three silver rattles., 1937

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, '"Gray," published illustration for Babar's Book of Color,' 1984, Mary Ryan Gallery, Inc

Laurent de Brunhoff

"Gray," published illustration for Babar's Book of Color, 1984

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, '"In Babar's living room...," illustration for Babar and His Children,' 1936, Mary Ryan Gallery, Inc

Jean de Brunhoff

"In Babar's living room...," illustration for Babar and His Children, 1936

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, '"Babar has gone for a walk along the banks of a large lake...," illustration for Babar the King,' 1936, Mary Ryan Gallery, Inc

Jean de Brunhoff

"Babar has gone for a walk along the banks of a large lake...," illustration for Babar the King, 1936

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, 'Arthur and Zephir are mischievous, as are all little boys, but they are not lazy. Babar and Celeste visit the Old Lady, and are amazed to hear them play the violin and cello. “It is wonderful!” says Celeste, and Babar adds: “My dear children, I am indeed pleased with you. Go to the pastry shop and select whatever cakes you like.”,' 1935, Mary Ryan Gallery, Inc

Jean de Brunhoff

Arthur and Zephir are mischievous, as are all little boys, but they are not lazy. Babar and Celeste visit the Old Lady, and are amazed to hear them play the violin and cello. “It is wonderful!” says Celeste, and Babar adds: “My dear children, I am indeed pleased with you. Go to the pastry shop and select whatever cakes you like.”, 1935

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