Revolutions historians x1

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1. Missolonghi and Chios represent the martyrdom of the Greek people at the hands of Ottoman enemy

  • Darcy Gribsby- Greece
  • Marcia Pointon- Liberty on the Barricades
  • Tim Clark
  • Thomas Crow- Emulation
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2. Iconoclasm. There is a balance between destroying art works that represented symbols/elements of the Old Regime, and presenting artworks that could stop France losing its leadership with the arts.

  • Stanley Idzerda.
  • Thomas Crow- Emulation
  • Helen Weston
  • Lynn Hunt- Family Romance.

3. Argument about intervention of the sabines. Ability of women to enter fractured society. Represent the ability to unify the new people. Celebration of female power. Contratsting views of nudity- changing female and male fashion.

  • Thomas Crow- Emulation
  • Darcy Grigsby- nudity a la grecque
  • Helen Weston
  • Lynn Hunt- imagery of radicalism

4. Class! the june days were a class battle not a state war

  • Tim Clark
  • Marcia Pointon- Liberty on the Barricades
  • Thomas Crow- Emulation
  • Darcy Gribsby- Greece

5. Links to David's Horatii and Brutus. Inspiration from Horace performance at theatre.

  • Thomas Crow- Emulation
  • Lynn Hunt- Family Romance.
  • Helen Weston
  • Stanley Idzerda.

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