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  Louis Seize roi de France2..jpg - Louis XVI, King of the French, 1792. The 1775 engraving, a typical portrait of the king at the time, was reworked in 1792 to record the king's donning of the Pyrigian cap during the invasion of the Tuilleries Palace by Parisian sans-culottes in July 1792. The addition of the cap makes Louis look a bit ridiculous, compared to the dignified original.  
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Louis XVI, King of the French, 1792. The 1775 engraving, a typical portrait of the king at the time, was reworked in 1792 to record the king's donning of the Pyrigian cap during the invasion of the Tuilleries Palace by Parisian sans-culottes in July 1792. The addition of the cap makes Louis look a bit ridiculous, compared to the dignified original. Download
Caption: Louis XVI, King of the French, 1792. The 1775 engraving, a typical portrait of the king at the time, was reworked in 1792 to record the king's donning of the Pyrigian cap during the invasion of the Tuilleries Palace by Parisian sans-culottes. The addition of the cap makes Louis look a bit ridiculous, compared to the dignified original.
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