Getty Research Institute
Letters addressed to Jean-Baptiste Debret, a student of Jacques-Louis David, from Eugene Ciceri, David, Charles Percier, James Pradier, and Vivant Denon
Cornell University Libraries
Books, pamphlets, graphic materials, periodicals, broadsides, and manuscripts providing comprehensive documentation of the political, economic, and social aspects of the French Revolution, with substantial additional material on the "ancien régime," the Napoleonic period, and the Restoration. Included are government documents such as laws, decrees, minutes of meetings, judicial proceedings, and official correspondence; memoirs, histories, biographies, speeches, polemics, almanacs, catechisms, satires, acrostics, plays, comic operas, dialogues, poems, "vaudevilles," "calendriers," and works written in dialect; songs with and without musical notation; and engravings, etchings, and some lithographs, including portraits, caricatures, and illustrations
Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute
The Library's collection of study photographs and clippings contains reference photographs and clippings of art objects from a vast array of geographic locations. The collection contains photographs and clippings of sculpture, decorative arts, architecture (locations), and paintings/drawings/prints in the following geographic categories: American, British, French, German, Italian, the Low Countries, Scandinavian, Spanish, Swiss, Miscellaneous European/Western tradition, Egyptian, Ancient Civilization, Byzantine, African, Pre-Columbian American Art, Prehistoric, Near East, Far East, and Oceania. This collection began with the purchase of Willem Rudolf Juynboll's clippings collection, but was augmented in many ways and from several sources. Other major sources of material include the Duveen Collection, purchases from the Courtauld Institute, and an Alinari subscription. The collection also includes material from independent photographers and clippings from auction catalogues collected ... Read More
Getty Research Institute
Collection contains: one letter to M. Real, Conseiller d'Etat, recommending the sculptor Daujon for a commission (1809) (included with this letter is a note from Daujon to Real pertaining to the same commission); one letter to his student Georges Rouget requesting the return of the clothes of "the prince and princess Louis" (1815); three letters written from Brussels including a letter to Baron Gros outlining his conditions for producing a copy of his "Le Sacre" (1821); one letter to Florimond-Francois Levol concerning the exhibition in Paris of his "Mars desarmé par Venus et les Graces" and lamenting his son Eugene's lack of business sense (1824); one letter to the comte de Forbin recommending the landscape painter Van Hassche who wants to exhibit his work in France (1824); and one letter of 1809 to Degotti, the "décorateur en chef" for the Imperial Academy concerning decorative painting. With one note of Rouget concerning a letter of David (1851)
Newark Public Library
Detroit Institute of Arts - Research Library & Archives
Cornell University Libraries
Essays, speeches, minutes of meetings, reports, songs, fiction, hymns, poems, and prayers relating to revolutionary festivals, held to commemorate important days in the history of the Revolution, to honor martyrs to the Revolution, or to educate the public to a republican view of French history. Includes substantial material from the Directory (1795-1799). Topics include plans and discussion of specific types of festivals such as the Fête de l'Etre Suprème and Fête de la Fédération, and festivals in connection with public instruction, paying homage to martyrs to the Revolution, the cult of the Supreme Being, and France's Convention Nationale and Assemblée Nationale Constituante
Cornell University Libraries
Essays, reports, laws, speeches, political catechisms, songs, satires, and fictitious dialogues concerning education, including political instruction for the public. Topics include proposals for schools and for the national educational system, plans for curricula, education and "citoyenneté," the role of the Convention Nationale and Conseil des Cinq-Cents, the Ecole des Sourds Muets, and the Ecole Centrale des Travaux Publics, renamed the Ecole Polytechnique in 1795
Wilfrid Laurier University Library
Wilfrid Laurier University Library

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