Frédéric Sorrieu's Democratic and Social Republics (1848)

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What does the female figure of Liberty in Sorrieu's print symbolize?

Enlightenment and the Rights of Man

What does the first print of Frédéric Sorrieu's series depict?

People from Europe and America marching in homage to the statue of Liberty

Which countries lead the procession in Sorrieu's vision of democratic Republics?

United States and Switzerland

How does Sorrieu identify distinct nations in his utopian vision?

Through their flags and national costume

What lies in the foreground of Sorrieu's image in the first print?

The shattered remains of absolutist institutions' symbols

What do the shattered remains of absolutist institutions symbolize in Sorrieu's print?

The downfall of autocratic rule

Test your knowledge on Frédéric Sorrieu's vision of 'democratic and social Republics' visualized through a series of prints in 1848. Explore the symbolism and themes depicted in the prints, including the homage to the statue of Liberty.

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