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Jean-Marie Collot d’Herbois

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J.-M. Collot d’Herbois by Michel Ducros, 1988.

The portrait is based on the engraving by E. Thomas after H. Rousseau.

2.

J.-M. Collot d’Herbois by Alla Jacobs, 1989.

Pencil drawing after engraving by E. Thomas after H. Rousseau.

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J.-M. Collot d’Herbois by Alla Jacobs, 1990.

Pencil drawing after engraving by E. Thomas after H. Rousseau.

4.

This portrait appeared circa 1996 on a French personal website. Collot's profile featured there alongside those of Léo Ferré and Lucien Berthelot, and was accompanied with a quote from J.-P. Sartre's Les Mains Sales: "Purity is an idea for a yogi or a monk. You intellectuals and bourgeois anarchists use it as a pretext for doing nothing. [...] Well, I have dirty hands. Right up to the elbows. I’ve plunged them in filth and blood."

The portrait is based on the engraving by Dumont after Loudet.

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J.-M. Collot d’Herbois by Alla Jacobs, 1989.

Pencil drawing after a reproduction of the engraving by Bosselman after Raffet, the first image of Collot I ever saw.

6.

This portrait after Raffet is part of the French Revolution gallery of portraits at the following German language site:

http://www.sgipt.org/galerie/rs/DCUSP/FranzRev/FranzR0.htm

The portrait is based on the engraving by Bosselman after Raffet.

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J.-M. Collot d’Herbois by Laszlo Biro. Pencil work on A4 sheet. 2014.

Pencil drawing after the engraving by Bosselman.

 

8.

J.-M. Collot d’Herbois by Akari Miyuki in manga/anime style.

The portrait is based on the engraving by Bosselman after Raffet.

Source: http://akarimiyuki.deviantart.com

9.

J.-M. Collot d’Herbois by Alla Jacobs, 1992.

Pencil drawing after the drawing (possibly by Bonneville).

 

10.

J.-M. Collot d’Herbois by Laszlo Biro. Pencil work on A4 sheet. 2014.

Pencil drawing after the drawing (possibly Bonneville).

 

11.

J.-M. Collot d’Herbois by Marie-Lydie Joffre. Pastel after the engraving by Bonneville.

The portrait comes from a series of portraits of the protagonists of the French Revolution created by Marie-Lydie Joffre around 1988.

Source: www.antoine-saint-just.fr/regard89.html

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J.-M. Collot d’Herbois by Alla Jacobs, 1991.

Pencil drawing after engraving by Bonneville.

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J.-M. Collot d’Herbois. Portrait published in a 1908 book by Hector Fleischmann.

The portrait may be based on the engraving by an unknown artist (possibly Bonneville).

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J.-M. Collot d’Herbois. Portrait from the 'Figures of the 1789 French Revolution' series (1930-1934), by Mikhail Ksenofontovich Sokolov (1885-1947). Paper, ink, pen, brush. Yaroslavl Museum of Fine Arts, Russia.

The portrait is inspired by the lithography by Grégoire and Deneux.

The portrait was published in The Great French Revolution and Russia, Moscow, 1989 (Великая Французская Революция и Россия. М.: Прогресс. 1989).

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J.-M. Collot d’Herbois by Laszlo Biro. Pencil work on A4 sheet. 2014.

The portrait is based on the lithography by Grégoire and Deneux.

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Saint-Just and members of the Committee of Public Safety on the eve of the 9th Thermidor, by Pavel Bunin.

Collot d’Herbois and Billaud-Varenne confront Saint-Just over the report he's preparing on the internal divisions in the Committee.

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J.-M. Collot d’Herbois by Alla Jacobs, circa 1993.

Pencil drawing after Les républicains montagnards de 1793 engraving.


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