Arrêt de la Cour Prévôtales qui condamne Françoise Liberté, née à Paris en 1790 au cautionnement et à la flétrissure des lettres T. R. (timbre Royal) pour crime de révolte dans les journées des 27, 28, 29 Juillet 1830, from La Caricature 13 (Judgment of the Court Prévôtales that condemned Françoise Liberté, born in Paris in 1790, to a prisoner's brand of the letters T.R. (the royal stamp) for her crime of participating in the July Revolution)

Alexandre Gabriel Decamps, French, 1803 - 1860


published January 27, 1831

Lithograph on wove paper

Image: 9 7/16 × 7 9/16 in. (24 × 19.2 cm)

Sheet: 14 3/16 × 10 1/2 in. (36.1 × 26.6 cm)

Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth: Purchased through the Class of 1935 Memorial Fund



Place Made: France, Europe


19th century

Object Name


Research Area


Not on view


Initialled, in image, lower left edge: DC.; Inscribed, in image, top center: ARRET DE LA COUR PREVOTALE / Qui Condanne FRANCOISE LIBERTE nee a PARiS en 1790 / Au CAUTiONNEMENT et a la FLETRISSURE des lettres T.R (timbre / Royal) pour crime de REVOLTE dans les journees des / 27, 28, 29 juillet.1830; inscribed, in print, top center margin: La Caricature (Journal); Inscribed, in print, upper right margin: No.26.; Inscribed, in print, lower left margin: On s'abonne chez Aubert, Gie. Vero Dodat.; inscribed, in print, lower right: Delaporte Seur. de Langlume

Course History

FREN 8, Exploring French Culture and Language, Annabelle Cone, Spring 2019

History 47.02, The French Revolution, Darrin McMahon, Spring 2023


James Bergquist, Newton Center, Massachusetts; sold to present collection, 2018.

Catalogue Raisonne

Adolphe Moreau 78; Beraldi 787; Inventaire 38

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