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The murder of the Princess of Lamballe: French revolutionaries dragging the naked, headless, body of the Princess along the streets with her head on a pike. Etching by T. Wallis after W.M. Craig, 1815.
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Title
The murder of the Princess of Lamballe: French revolutionaries dragging the naked, headless, body of the Princess along the streets with her head on a pike. Etching by T. Wallis after W.M. Craig, 1815.
Work Type
Engravings. Etchings.
Date
16 January 1815
Material
etching, with engraving ;
Measurements
image 17 x 11.8 cm
Description
1 print :
Marie-Louise, Princess of Lamballe, was guillotined in 1793, she was rumoured to be a lover of Queen Marie Antoinette and part of her "Circle of Sapphists"
Murder of the Princess de Lamballe. W.M. Craig del. T. Wallis sculp.
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Source
Image and original data from Wellcome Collection
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V0041543.jpg
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