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    "Gavroche," Pen and ink drawing by Victor Hugo

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    Gavroche à 11 ansDessin de Victor Hugo (encre et lavis, 1850)

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    Lettre de Victor Hugo sur les Misérables à M. Daelli : « À l’heure, si sombre encore, de la civilisation où nous sommes, le misérable s’appelle l’homme ».

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Victor Hugo, circa 1866; pen, brush, brown ink and wash on cream paper. It can be found in Shadows of a Hand: The Drawings of Victor Hugo.

Victor Hugo not only wrote, he made some four thousand drawings over the course of his life.

Victor Hugo not only wrote, he made some four thousand drawings over the course of his life.

Les Miserables | "Miseria". Drawing by Victor Hugo (1802-1885) for the frontispiece of Les Miserables.

Victor Hugo never wanted his drawings and paintings to become notorious as he wanted all the attention focused on his literature works.

The acclaimed author of Les Miserables and The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Victor Hugo (1802-1885) was also an accomplished visual artist. His pen and ink drawings number in the thousands, and he often incorporated experimental techniques which were quite avant garde for the mid-nineteenth century.

ARTseenSOHO - Victor Hugo, Drawings This very moving drawing is called The Hanged Man or John Brown, in reference to the man who had taken up the cause of American slaves and who was hanged.

"The Mouth of Darkness", Victor Hugo; c. 1855-6 Wash, 18 x 12 cm, Private Collection, Paris.

Les Miserables | Gavroche dreamer. Drawing by author Victor Hugo (1802-1885), French writer, of his Les Miserables character.