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  idol overturned2.jpg - "The Idol Overturned." France, portrayed as a beautiful woman with robe of the Bourbon monarchy and armed with a club, appears triumphant over the fallen Louis XVI, while soldiers, members of the National Guard, and ordinary citizens hold the crown of France on high, a gesture suggesting the need for a new monarch. Etching with hand coloring in the original, 1791.  
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"The Idol Overturned." France, portrayed as a beautiful woman with robe of the Bourbon monarchy and armed with a club, appears triumphant over the fallen Louis XVI, while soldiers, members of the National Guard, and ordinary citizens hold the crown of France on high, a gesture suggesting the need for a new monarch. Etching with hand coloring in the original, 1791. Download
Caption: "The Idol Overturned." France, portrayed as a beautiful woman with robe of the Bourbon monarchy and armed with a club, appears triumphant over the fallen Louis XVI, while soldiers, members of the National Guard, and ordinary citizens hold the crown of France on high, a gesture suggesting the need for a new monarch. Etching with hand coloring in the original, 1791.
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