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Il faut en Goûter

Il faut en Goûter

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Print shows a winged globe with fleur-de-lis topped by a green liberty cap labeled "Liberté"; hanging beneath the globe is a balance supporting, on the left, members of the National Assembly demanding "Veto absolut", notably Abbé Maury, and on the right, members demanding "Veto Suspensif", notably Jacques-Guillaume Thouret.
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Possibly purchased by George IV from William Holland in 1790. Source: Kate Heard, Royal Collection Trust, Windsor Castle.
de Vinck, 2869
Blum, 430
Forms part of: French Political Cartoon Collection (Library of Congress).
Exhibited: "Representing Revolution : French & British Images, 1789-1804" at the Mead Art Museum, Amherst College, Amherst, Massachusetts, Sept. 15-Nov. 1, 1989.

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01/01/1789
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