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Parisian Section crossing to Tuilleries 1792
tuilleries
seige of Tuilleries
August 10 1792
departure of a volunteer 1792
  departure of volunteers 1792.jpg - The date of this painting is uncertain, but the style suggests that it was an early 19th work, probably done during the Empire, that depicts  the departure of volunteers from Marseille for Paris in July 1792, there to join other volunteers and go to the battle fields in north eastern France to defeat the invading Prussians and Austrians. The ships in port suggest that the location is Marseille.  
seige of Lille_1792
fall of the royal brigands
The English government as devil
citizen soldier of the Revolution
women volunteers for the army

The date of this painting is uncertain, but the style suggests that it was an early 19th work, probably done during the Empire, that depicts the departure of volunteers from Marseille for Paris in July 1792, there to join other volunteers and go to the battle fields in north eastern France to defeat the invading Prussians and Austrians. The ships in port suggest that the location is Marseille. Download
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