Orphée aux enfers by The Library of Nineteenth-Century Photography on Flickr.
The tenor Marchand, seen here dressed as Morpheus, the god of sleep, in the original production of Jacques Offenbach’s two-act operetta Orphée aux enfers [Orpheus in the Underworld], at the Bouffes-Parisien in 1858.  Photographed by Charlet of Paris.

Orphée aux enfers by The Library of Nineteenth-Century Photography on Flickr.

The tenor Marchand, seen here dressed as Morpheus, the god of sleep, in the original production of Jacques Offenbach’s two-act operetta Orphée aux enfers [Orpheus in the Underworld], at the Bouffes-Parisien in 1858.

Photographed by Charlet of Paris.

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