Le Figaro. Figaro Illustré 1895, Tome Sixieme. Paris: Boussod, Valadon & Cie, 1895. First Edition. 
Red cloth binding with decorative gilt, figure of Figaro in colors on front, spine ends frayed, a few small digs in the spine. 13 1/4 x 16 1/2 inches, title page partially pulled. 12 monthly covers in color and many color plates, some double-page. 248 pp. of text. Library stamp on the tp, plates are clean.
This is a bound volume of the monthly illustrated magazine published by the newspaper Le Figaro. It was one of the most beautiful magazines of the time, lavishly illustrated with color lithographed covers and plates, and with color illustrations and decorated pages. It was published from 1883 to 1911.
Illustrators in this volume include Claude Monet, Henry Tenré, Jean Béraud, George Roux, Louise Abbéma, Henry Finney, Adrien Moreau, Lucius Rossi, and Pierre Outin.
Le Figaro, a morning daily newspaper published in Paris, "one of the great newspapers of France and of the world. Founded in 1826 as a sardonic and witty gossip sheet on the arts—named for Figaro, the barber of Seville—by 1866 Le Figaro was a daily that engaged some of the finest writers in France and filled its pages with political discourse. The paper was a pioneer in dividing the coverage and presentation of news into departments and in publishing interviews with celebrated personages." - Encyclopaedia Britannica.