Henri-Camille Danger: Scourge, 1901.
If realism had been an rarity in 1850, this might have been such in 1901. I wouldn’t rate it as a masterwork, but surely as an eyecatcher. Great fun must Danger (what a name!) have had with the architecture: Filling in one tiny folly after another, each one ever more anachronistic in relation to the others. Is it too overloaded? Quite, but in a still entertaining way.