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Robespierre

I discovered some fascinating and lesser known portraits and depictions of Robespierre!

James Gillray: The Tree of Liberty with the Devil tempting John Bull. Reform and liberty (represented by the Phrygian cap of The French revolution) are presented as the Devil's work, 1798.

James Gillray: The Tree of Liberty with the Devil tempting John Bull. Reform and liberty (represented by the Phrygian cap of The French revolution) are presented as the Devil's work, century cartoonist

Napoleon among the ruins of the Tuileries Palace, illustration by Job from Bonaparte by Montorgueil, Paris 1910.

Napoleon among the ruins of the Tuileries Palace, illustration by Job from Bonaparte by Montorgueil, Paris

La chute de Robespierre - Robespierre's Fall

Robespierre at the Hotel de Ville on the night of & Thermidor by…

Sans culottes: essentially a group of working class men who supported the revolution; wore trousers instead of knee breeches to distinguish themselves from the nobility and more affluent

French cartoon depicting typical dress of the "sans-culottes." Sans-culottes were the left wing radicals that consisted of mainly lower class peasants.

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