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- Object: Charlotte Corday
Assassination of Jean Paul Marat by Charlotte Corday on 13 July 1793, after Baudry; with Charlotte Corday standing by the window, in front of a map of France, as Marat lies dead in his bathtub on the left, a knife in his chest; a chair, Charlotte's hat and fan, and some letters on the ground; page 41 from an account of the Paris Salon of 1861
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Height: 153 millimetres (image area)
Width: 112 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- After a painting executed in 1860 and now in Musée des Beaux-Arts, Nantes (inv.802).
The print is from an unidentified account of the Paris Salon of 1861. Pages 41 to 48 are bound together (albeit in the wrong order) inside a paper cover annotated in brown ink: 'Salon de 1861 / Assassinat de Marat / Peint par M. Paul Baudry'.
- Not on display
- Associated events
Associated Event: French Revolution 1793
Associated Event: Assassination of Marat 1793 (13 July)
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