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Allegory of the French Republic depicting Adolphe Thiers (1797-1877), Leon Gambetta (1838-1882) and Victor Hugo (1802-1885) (colour litho)

Allegory of the French Republic depicting Adolphe Thiers Leon Gambetta and Victor Hugo (colour litho)

Animal Farm match up. I'll never forget this or the symbolism for the French revolution in Dickens' A tale of two Cities either, thanks to my high school AP English teacher!

Animal Farm match up. I'll never forget this or the symbolism for the French revolution in Dickens' A tale of two Cities either, thanks to my high school AP English teacher!

Artwork by French School, 18th Century, Allégorie de la fortune, Made of Oil on canvas

Artwork by French School, 18th Century, Allégorie de la fortune, Made of Oil on canvas

Ecole française - Vers 1520-1530 -  Allégorie de la mort, connue sous le nom La Mort Saint Innocent - Provenance : cimetière des Innocents (Paris)

Allegory of Death, known as the Saint Innocent Death Alabaster figurine - Was in the Cemetery of the Innocents, Paris until now in the Louvre Museum, Paris.- century period from the late Middle Ages

A Satyr Pursuing a Nymph  Anonymous, French, School of Fontainebleau, 16th century, pen and brown ink over traces of black chalk

A Satyr Pursuing a Nymph Anonymous, French, School of Fontainebleau, century, pen and brown ink over traces of black chalk

Portrait presumed to be Louis XIV and Philippe de France, Monsieur, as duc d'Anjou, 17th century, French school (Versailles)

Portrait presumed to be Louis XIV and Philippe de France, Monsieur, as duc d'Anjou, century, French school (Versailles)

Paul François Quinsac (French, 1858-1932), "La Peinture", 1896♥

Paul François Quinsac was born in Bordeaux in the year He was a painter of the French School known as Academic art, a specialist in mythological and allegorical subjects, figures and landscapes.

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