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Jacques-Louis David was the most celebrated French artist of his day, considered to be the preeminent painter of the 18th-century Neoclassical period. As an artist during the French Revolution, his painting moved away from the ornate and playful Rococo style to a more serious and austere approach. He has many students, and therefore wield great influence over French art during his lifetime.

Jacques-Louis David was the most celebrated French artist of his day, considered to be the preeminent painter of the 18th-century Neoclassical period. As an artist during the French Revolution, his painting moved away from the ornate and playful Rococo style to a more serious and austere approach. He has many students, and therefore wield great influence over French art during his lifetime.

Well, I love Les Miserables, and I just found this awesome step by step video. It helped me a lot, and I've already made two!  Tell me if you're a fan of Les Mis, or if this worked for you!

Les Miserables French Revolution Pins

Les Miserables French Revolution Pins - how to make the lapel pins worn in the movie wow the real tutorial- no winging it involved!

THE SHAME OF THE USA. THE PEOPLE WHO WOULD DO THIS TO THEM ARE DOING THIS TO US NOW!!! TIME FOR A FRENCH REVOLUTION!!!

THE SHAME OF THE USA. THE PEOPLE WHO WOULD DO THIS TO THEM ARE DOING THIS TO US NOW!!! TIME FOR A FRENCH REVOLUTION!!!

So I realize mob rule ain't the way to go and I know all about the doctrine of interposition and the differences between the American and French Revolutions...but...could Enjo and Marius like, show up in Washington D.C. or SOMETHING?! Please?!?! Like, could they lead a Tea Party? PLEASE?! Because I can't take much more of these "swells who run this show!" coughboehnercoughcough

Mean Girls + Les Mis and for fellow infernal devices fans, don't you thing the top two guys look like Jem and will

agnes b goes all french revolution on us

Agnes B fashion show has French Revolution ties. The color red was symbolic at the time and the jacket is inspired by a carmagnole, a short woolen jacket worn by the working class.

I love everything about this ad..

Les Mis Probs on

Some Les Mis humor. Do we have fandom names (like how Sherlock fans are Sherlockians and H. fans are Potterheads)?

The real question is are they talking about the Paris student revolution of 1832(les mix)  or the real French revolution ( pimpernel)

The real question is are they talking about the Paris student revolution of mix) or the real French revolution ( pimpernel)

We have allowed republican corporate influence to corrupt congress to the point where not only do the mega corporations pay little in taxes but actually get taxes collected from the American tax payer given to them in the form of refunds and subsidies.

20 U.S. companies that paid 0% in taxes

Government pays for nothing. Everything is paid for by US taxpayers. Republican tax loopholes allowed them to not only pay no taxes but gave them refunds back. Profits and Refunds Shown in Billion.

....and brainwashed from their earliest years into believing the "New World Order" (Socialism) is the way to live and nonsense such as man-made global change is real.....and they won't question it until something can break through that shell of brainwashing....so sad....  :-(

and brainwashed from their earliest years into believing the "New World Order" (Socialism) is the way to live and nonsense such as man-made global change is real.and they won't question it until something can break through that shell of brainwashi

Marie-Antoinette - Initially charmed by her personality and beauty, the French people generally came to dislike her, accusing "L'Autrichienne" (meaning the Austrian (woman) in French) of being profligate, promiscuous, and of harboring sympathies for France's enemies, particularly Austria, her country of origin.

I'm inclined to the dress ~ highly artistic dress (white) and hairstyle (solidly different from this one) ~ 🐐

Portrait of Marie Thérèse of France, daugher of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette.  This lovely, quiet child (nicknamed Mousseline by her mother) would suffer unimaginable trauma as she watched her Father, Mother, Aunt and Brother die, victims of the Revolution.  ~Leah Marie Brown

Was Germany's 'Dark Countess' the exiled daughter of executed French royals Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette? 200-year-old mystery could be solved after grave is exhumed

Marie Thérèse Charlotte de France December 1778 – 19 October was the eldest child of King Louis XVI of France and his wife, Queen Marie Antoinette.

Louis-Charles, Duke of Normandy, was the son of King Louis XVI of France and Queen Marie Antoinette. He had been imprisoned from August 1792 until his death from illness in 1795 at the age of 10.

Seven year old Louis in portrait by Alexander Kucharsky Louis XVII (Versailles 27 March 1785 – Paris 8 June from birth to 1789 known as Louis-Charles, the son of King Louis XVI of France and Queen Marie Antoinette. He had been imprisoned.

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