Illustrations designed by Jean-Baptiste Oudry (French, 1686-1755) written by Jean de la Fontaine (French, 1621–1695) engravings by Charles-Nicolas Cochin (French, 1715–1790), Nicolas-Gabriel Dupuis (French, 1698–1771), Dominique Sornique (French, 1708–1756), Pierre François Tardieu (French, 1711–1771), René Gaillard (French, c. 1719–1790), Pierre Chenu (French, c. 1718-c. 1800), Michel Aubert (French, 1700-1757), Jean Charles Baquoy (French, 1721-1777), Pierre-Étienne Moitte (French, 1722-1780), Etienne Fessard (French, 1714-1777), Jean Ouvrier (French, 1725-1754), Claude Olivier Galimard (French, 1719-1774), Jean-Jacques Flipart (French, 1719-1782), Nicolas Dauphin de Beauvais (French, c. 1687-1763), Louis-Claude Legrand (French, 1723–1807), Pierre Quentin Chedel (French, 1705-1763), Pierre Aveline (French, 1702-1760), Jacques Philippe Le Bas (French, 1707–1783), Pieter Franciscus Martenisie (Flemish, 1729-1789), Laurent Cars (French, 1699-1771), Jean Pelletier (French, born c. 1736), Pierre Louis de Surugue (French, 1716-1772), Jacques-Jean Pasquier (French, 1718-1785), Johann Christoph Teucher (German, c. 1716-c. 1750), Juste Chevillet (German, 1729-1790), Johann Heinrich Rode (German, 1727-1759), Élie du Mesnil (French, born 1726), Martin Marvie (French, 1713-1813), Jacques Firmin Beauvarlet (French, 1731-1797), William Wynne Ryland (British, 1732-1783), Jacques Aliamet (French, 1726-1788), Noël Le Mire (French, 1724-1801), Louis-Simon Lempereur (French, 1728-1807), and Antoine Radigues (French, 1721-1809) wood engravings by Nicolas Le Sueur (French, 1691–1764) after illustrations designed by Jean Jacques Bachelier (French, 1724-1806) printed by Charles-Antoine Jombert (French, 1712–1784) published by Desaint et Saillant (French, 18th century) and Durand (French, 18th century)
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