Allegory of Louis XVI on the Occasion of his Accession to the Throne of France in 1774

Augustin de Saint-Aubin French
After Charles Nicolas Cochin II French

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Louis XVI stands between Themis and Minerva representing Justice and Abundance, trampling Vice. He is being crowned by two putti.

Allegory of Louis XVI on the Occasion of his Accession to the Throne of France in 1774, Augustin de Saint-Aubin (French, Paris 1736–1807 Paris), Etching; first state of three (Bocher)

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