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Charlotte Corday: "On 13 July 1793, Corday knocked on Jean-Paul Marat’s door... Marat granted Corday entry into a small, square room. There found Marat languishing in a tub... She took a kitchen knife from dress and stabbed Marat through the heart. He died instantly... Charlotte was captured convicted and imprisoned. Her execution by guillotine was held on 17 July, four years and four days after the symbolic debut of the peaceful Revolution she was attempting to save."

Charlotte Corday: "On 13 July 1793, Corday knocked on Jean-Paul Marat’s door... Marat granted Corday entry into a small, square room. There found Marat languishing in a tub... She took a kitchen knife from dress and stabbed Marat through the heart. He died instantly... Charlotte was captured convicted and imprisoned. Her execution by guillotine was held on 17 July, four years and four days after the symbolic debut of the peaceful Revolution she was attempting to save."

Charlotte Corday

Charlotte Corday

Charlotte Corday, the assassin of Citizen Marat

Charlotte Corday, the assassin of Citizen Marat

File:Hugh Douglas Hamilton - Portrait of a Lady (probably Lady Charlotte McDonnell, 3rd Countess of Antrim in 1790s).jpg

File:Hugh Douglas Hamilton - Portrait of a Lady (probably Lady Charlotte McDonnell, 3rd Countess of Antrim in 1790s).jpg

Sangue blu — Medium

Sangue blu

Sangue blu — Medium

Madame Duplay. Beginning 1791, Robespierre hid in then lived in her home, along with her Husband and children, for 3 years. No one knows if they were lovers but in 1794, when, in prison with her husband, she learned that Robespierre was dead (guillotined during the Thermidorian Revolution, a coup d'etat within the French Revolution), she hanged herself in her cell. Her daughter, Eleonor, also reputed to be his lover, never married. Of course, there is rarely proof of such things but those…

Madame Duplay. Beginning 1791, Robespierre hid in then lived in her home, along with her Husband and children, for 3 years. No one knows if they were lovers but in 1794, when, in prison with her husband, she learned that Robespierre was dead (guillotined during the Thermidorian Revolution, a coup d'etat within the French Revolution), she hanged herself in her cell. Her daughter, Eleonor, also reputed to be his lover, never married. Of course, there is rarely proof of such things but those…

/Paul_Baudry 1858 "Charlotte  Corday"

/Paul_Baudry 1858 "Charlotte Corday"

1792 Attributed to Jame Earl (1761-1796). Portrait of Frances Horton. Reportedly painted in England.

1792 Attributed to Jame Earl (1761-1796). Portrait of Frances Horton. Reportedly painted in England.

Portrait de dame à la tasse, école française de la fin du XVIIIe siècle

Portrait de dame à la tasse, école française de la fin du XVIIIe siècle

Storia di Mary Stuart, vedova e in lutto a 18 anni – dipinto di François Clouet

MARY STUART QUEEN OF SCOTS – Parte 1

Storia di Mary Stuart, vedova e in lutto a 18 anni – dipinto di François Clouet

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