The Princess Elizabeth taken from the Conciergerie
painted by D. Pellegrini Engraved by N. Schiavonetti, Jun.[Junior].
|Main Creator:||Schiavonetti, Niccolò, 1771-1813, engraver|
Scene engraved by Niccolò Schiavonetti, Junior after an original painting by Domenico Pellegrini depicting the removal of Madame Élisabeth [sister of King Louis XVI] from the Conciergerie prison to be brought before the Revolutionary Tribunal where she was condemned to death. She was guillotined the following day, 10 May 1793.
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Note: Lettered with title printed in English and French beneath image.
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London: Colnaghi & Co. (late Torre), No. 132 Pall Mall, March 20th 1796.
Formerly held at PD FR 14/38 D.
Physical description: 1 print : stipple etching ; image 23.8 x 38.5 cm., on sheet 27.9 x 39 cm..
Varying form of title: [Princess Élisabeth of France taken from the Conciergerie prison to be brought before the Revolutionary Tribunal]
Forms part of the Joly Collection.
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Reproduction rights owned by National Library of Ireland