‘Depart pour le Sabbat’ (or ‘Aufbruch zum Hexensabbat’) was painted by the prolific French artist Albert-Joseph Pénot (1862–1930). On sexarte we are told that Pénot “exhibited successfully in the Paris Salons” and that he “was awarded with a honorable mention in 1903 and a third place medal in 1908.” The postcard, from which these images are taken, has the caption “Salon d’Hiver.” This was one of the famous art salons of Paris.
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This 1892 J. S. Johnston stereograph is titled "Woman diving from pier" ....this is an awesome picture