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James Gillray - French Revolution

James Gillray - French Revolution Political cartoons in the Century. And so those murdered along with my ancestors should be avenged.

A political cartoon reflecting the French society in the 18th century portraying the Third Estate squished by the First and Second Estate

A political cartoon reflecting the French society in the century portraying the Third Estate squished by the First and Second Estate

Marie Antoinette As A Hog-Chewing Harpy And More Freaky Pics From The French Revolution THE NEWLY LAUNCHED FRENCH REVOLUTION DIGITAL ARCHIVE...

Marie Antoinette As A Hog-Chewing Harpy And More Freaky Pics From The French Revolution

Marie Antoinette As A Hog-Chewing Harpy And More Freaky Pics From The French Revolution THE NEWLY LAUNCHED FRENCH REVOLUTION DIGITAL ARCHIVE...

"the impression of a fresh breeze on the neck"

The French Revolution Digital Archive, a partnership between Stanford University and the Bibliothèque nationale de France, was announced this week with some high-resolution images.

French Revolution playing card issued 1793, Jack of Diamonds becomes "Equality of Races" with the motto "Courage"

Cultured Art --- French Revolution playing card issued Jack of Diamonds becomes "Equality of Races" with the motto "Courage"

French Revolution playing card issued 1793, Queen of Clubs becomes "Freedom of Marriage" with the motto "Modesty"

French Revolution playing card issued in 1793 - Queen of Clubs becomes "Freedom of Marriage" with the motto "Modesty"

Farewell Bastille  This hand–colored engraving equates the taking of the Bastille with the rise of the Third Estate against the clergy and nobility. A commoner in a black hat sporting a tricolor cockade plays the bagpipe triumphantly over the fallen lion of the absolutist monarchy. To the side, a revolutionary soldier raises his sword to menace a priest.  Source: Cornell DC140.9 F87++ Box2 8-c

This cartoon equates the taking of the Bastille with the rise of the Third…

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July 1789 – French Revolution: citizens of Paris storm the Bastille (Painting). Does he support the revolution?

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