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The plan of a slave ship, symbol of the abolitionist movement

The plan of a slave ship, symbol of the abolitionist movement

Home ›Studies› The plan of a slave ship, symbol of the abolitionist movement "Plan and Section of a Slave Ship", the Brooks, of Liverpool. Scale model of a slave ship.Thomas Clarkson and William Wilberforce.ANONYMOUSCloseTitle: "Plan and Section of a Slave Ship ', the Brooks, of Liverpool.Author: Date Created: 1789Date Shown: Dimensions: Height 49 - Width 38Technique and other indications: Anti-slavery propaganda print disseminated by the Society for Effecting the Abolition of the Slave Trade, London.

Child labor in the North in 1901

Child labor in the North in 1901

Report of fines drawn up by departmental inspector Emile Caron 0 - Width 0 Technical and other indications: Escaupont (North).

Special issue - French Revolution <span></span>

Special issue - French Revolution

At the start of the year, L’Histoire par l'image is publishing a special issue on the French Revolution, comprising more than one hundred studies. From the Estates General to the fall of Robespierre, from the great figures of the Revolution to the revolutionary days, from the role of women to that of the press, this special issue intends to give a presentation of this historical period through the analysis of works and of archival documents.

Louis-Philippe seen by Daumier

Louis-Philippe seen by Daumier

CloseTitle: The past, present and future.Author: DAUMIER Honoré (1808 - 1879) Creation date: 1834Date represented: 1834Dimensions: Height 21.4 - Width 19.6 Technique and other indications: Illustration from newspaper: & 34 ; La Caricature & 34 ;, January 9, 1834. Lithography Place of Conservation: Museum of Art and History of Saint-Denis Contact copyright: © Saint-Denis, museum of art and history - Cliché I.

The Communist Party and colonization in the early 1930s

The Communist Party and colonization in the early 1930s

Support the independence of the colonies! © Collections La ContemporainePublication date: July 2008Historical contextA minority voice in France in the 1930s.Since the Berlin conference of 1885, the race for colonies has been a major issue for European countries. France is proud of its achievements in Asia as well as in Africa.

Pauline Borghese, princess and muse

Pauline Borghese, princess and muse

Pauline Bonaparte, Princess Borghese, Duchess of Guastalla.LEFEVRE Robert (1755 - 1830) Pauline Bonaparte, Princess Borghese.Pauline Borghese Bonaparte in Venus.CANOVA Antonio (1757 - 1822) Close Title: Pauline Bonaparte, Princess Borghese, Duchess of Guastalla.Author: LEFEVRE Robert (1755 - 1830) Creation date: 1806 Represented date: 1806 Dimensions: Height 216 - Width 215 Technique and other indications: Oil on canvas.