Frédéric Sorrieu's Vision of Democratic Republics Quiz

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In Frédéric Sorrieu's vision of a world made up of democratic and social Republics, what does the first print depict?

Peoples of Europe and America marching and offering homage to the statue of Liberty

How did artists personify Liberty during the time of the French Revolution?

As a female figure with a torch of Enlightenment and the Charter of the Rights of Man

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

Shattered remains of symbols of absolutist institutions

Which nation is identifiable by the revolutionary tricolour in Sorrieu's vision?

France

According to Sorrieu's utopian vision, which nations are leading the procession past the Statue of Liberty?

United States and Switzerland

What do the shattered remains in Sorrieu's first print symbolize?

Symbols of absolutist institutions

What are the peoples of Germany bearing in Sorrieu's vision?

The black, red and gold flag

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

The peoples of the world grouped as distinct nations

In Sorrieu's utopian vision, which nations are leading the procession past the Statue of Liberty?

United States and Switzerland

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

Shattered remains of absolutist institutions

What do the shattered remains in Sorrieu's first print symbolize?

Absolutist institutions

What are the peoples of Germany bearing in Sorrieu's vision?

Black, red, and gold flag

How did artists personify Liberty during the time of the French Revolution?

As a female figure holding a torch

Which nation is identifiable by the revolutionary tricolour in Sorrieu's vision?

France

What does Liberty bear in one hand in Sorrieu's first print?

The Charter of the Rights of Man

Which nation is leading the procession past the Statue of Liberty after France?

Germany

In Frédéric Sorrieu's vision, what does the shattered remains in the foreground of the first print symbolize?

The remnants of oppressive institutions

What do the peoples of Germany bear in Sorrieu's vision?

The black, red and gold flag

Which nation is leading the procession past the Statue of Liberty after France in Sorrieu's utopian vision?

Switzerland

What does Liberty bear in one hand in Sorrieu's first print of the series?

The torch of Enlightenment

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

Peoples of Europe and America offering homage to the statue of Liberty

What are the peoples of America and Europe doing in Sorrieu's first print?

Offering homage to the statue of Liberty

What nation is identifiable by the revolutionary tricolour in Sorrieu's vision?

France

According to Sorrieu's utopian vision, which nations are leading the procession past the Statue of Liberty?

United States and Switzerland

What do the shattered remains in Sorrieu's first print symbolize?

The remnants of oppressive institutions

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

The shattered remains of symbols of absolutist institutions

What does the shattered remains in Sorrieu's first print symbolize?

The failure of the Enlightenment ideals

In Sorrieu's utopian vision, which nation is leading the procession past the Statue of Liberty after France?

Germany

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

Remains of absolutist institutions

According to Sorrieu's utopian vision, which nations are leading the procession past the Statue of Liberty?

United States and Switzerland

What do the peoples of Germany bear in Sorrieu's vision?

Black, red and gold flag

In Frédéric Sorrieu's vision, what does the shattered remains in the foreground of the first print symbolize?

The demise of absolutist institutions

What does Liberty bear in one hand in Sorrieu's first print?

Torch of Enlightenment

What nation is identifiable by the revolutionary tricolour in Sorrieu's vision?

France

In Frédéric Sorrieu's vision of a world made up of democratic and social Republics, what does the first print depict?

Peoples paying homage to the Statue of Liberty

What are the peoples of America and Europe doing in Sorrieu's first print?

Marching in a long train

Test your knowledge about Frédéric Sorrieu's series of prints visualizing his dream of a world made up of 'democratic and social Republics', with a focus on the first print depicting the peoples of Europe and America offering homage to the statue of Liberty. Explore the historical and artistic context of personifying Liberty as a female figure during the time of the French Revolution.

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