Frédéric Sorrieu's Democratic Republics Prints

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Frédéric Sorrieu was a German artist who prepared a series of four prints visualizing his dream of a world made up of democratic and social Republics.

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The first print of Sorrieu's series shows men and women from various continents offering homage to the statue of Liberty.

True

In Sorrieu's vision, the peoples of the world are depicted as a unified global nation with no distinct national identities.

False

The statue of Liberty in Sorrieu's print is shown holding the Declaration of Independence in one hand.

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The shattered remains of absolutist institutions are depicted on the earth in the background of Sorrieu's first print.

False

According to Sorrieu's vision, the United States and Switzerland are depicted as leading the procession past the statue of Liberty.

True

Explore the visual representation of democratic and social Republics in Frédéric Sorrieu's 1848 prints. The first print features people from Europe and America, of all ages and social classes, paying homage to the statue of Liberty.

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