Yes, it looks like art you'd see hanging in La Luz De Jesus Gallery, but it's actually an 1831 political cartoon by Eugène-Hippolyte Forest. It's one of many pieces featured in a new art show titled "When Artists Attack the King: Honoré Daumier and La Caricature, 1830–1835" at Stanford University's Cantor Arts Center. Our pal Ben Marks wrote about the exhibit for KQED. Turns out, Forest's regal skeleton is "a commentary on the end of blood-line inheritance after the Revolution of 1830." "Old School Political Art, Circa 1830s, at the Cantor Arts Center"