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Commemoration de la prise de la Bastille, le 14 Juillet 1792 / Prieur inv. & del. ; Berthault sculp.

Commemoration de la prise de la Bastille, le 14 Juillet 1792 / Prieur inv. & del. ; Berthault sculp.

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Print shows a large bonfire of items related to the nobility as part of the celebration commemorating the fall of the Bastille.
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Illustration from: Collection complète des tableaux historiques de la révolution française. Paris, chez Auber, 1804, No. 63.
Gift; Joseph Verner Reed; 1955 July 22.
Exhibited: "Representing Revolution : French & British Images, 1789-1804" at the Mead Art Museum, Amherst College, Amherst, Massachusetts, Sept. 15-Nov. 1, 1989.





Berthault, Pierre Gabriel, 1748-1819, engraver
Prieur, François Louis, active 1780-1800, artist




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