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FRENCH SCHOOL: BOY.
Portrait of a Boy. Oil on canvas, early 19th century, by an unknown French artist.
FRENCH SOCIETY: ORDERS.
The orders of the clergy, nobility, and middle class in 18th century pre-Revolutionary France. Wood engraving, American, 19th century.
CROSS-COUNTRY RACE, 1967.
Runners in a university cross-country race in France. Photograph, March 1967.
PARIS: ECOLE MILITAIRE.
Aquatint engraving, c1800.
France - Ile de France - Paris Form for artists School for acrobatics. Acrobat lift weights. - Photographer: B. M. Bernand - 1938 Vintage property of ullstein bild.
finishing school: catholic finishing school in France: nuns in front of a crucifix, around 1900, published in Berliner Illustrirte Zeitung (BIZ) Nr. 3/1903.
Né Main Rousseau Bocher. American fashion designer. Visiting with students at Marshall High School in Chicago, Illinois, 1940.
JEAN MARTIN CHARCOT
(1825-1893). French neurologist. Giving a lecture on hysteria at the Salpêtrière in Paris, France. After the painting by Pierre André Brouillet, 1887.
HENRY HUTTLESTON ROGERS JR.
(1879-1935). American financier, photographed after being decorated with the Cross of Chevallier of the Legion of Honor at the Saint-Cyr Military School in France, 1933.
PARIS: TOLBIAC UNIVERSITY.
The University of Paris, France, on Rue Tolbiac. Photograph, late 20th century.
PHOTO OF CLASSE.
Class picture in a french primary school in 1957. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
DISTRIBUTION OF PRIX.
Prizegiving at the end of school year at Trigon, France, 1967. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
JEAN CHARCOT'S CLINIC.
Charcot's teaching clinic at the Salpêtrière, Paris. After the painting, 1887, by Pierre André Brouillet.
DEGAS: OPERA FOYER, 1872.
Edgar Degas: Le foyer de la Danse a l'Opera de la Rue le Peletier. Oil on canvas, 1872.
ROBOT: TOPO, c1983.
A group of American schoolchildren learning about world geography from Topo, a personal robot designed for entertainment and educational purposes by Androbot Inc. of Sunnyvale, California. Photographed c1983.
The Virgin Mary of the Cadard Family. Kneeling at left is Jean Cadard, physician to King Charles VI of France. Painting, French, school of Avignon, c1470.
(1908-2004). French photographer, hiding his face with his mortarboard as he accepted his honorary Doctor of Letters degree at Oxford University, 25 June 1975.
WOMEN'S ART CLASS, 1895.
A women's life class in a Paris art school, c1895.
FRANCE: ELEMENTARY SCHOOL.
Elementary school classroom in France. Photographed c1960.
PARIS STUDENT REVOLT, 1968.
University students marching through the streets of Paris, France, carrying banners and shouting slogans. Photograph, 29 May 1968.
King of the Franks, 768-814, and emperor of the West, 800-814. Charlemagne shown presiding over his palace school in Aachen (Aix-La-Chapelle). Wood engraving, 19th century.
TEACHER AND PUPIL.
Photograph, early 20th century.
ERTÉ: POSTER, 1925.
Poster by Erté, 1925, for Theodore Kosloff's ballet school in Hollywood, California.
The schoolmaster. French woodcut, 1528, after a drawing by Soquand.
Portrait of Philip II (1342-1404), Duke of Burgundy, known at The Bold. Painting by a French school. Full credit: De Agostini Picture Library / Granger, NYC -- All right
The Dukes of Burgundy's hunt, French School artist, 16th century. Detail. Full Credit: DEA / G. DAGLI ORTI / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
MARIE CURIE (1867-1934).
Marie Sklodowska Curie. French (Polish-born) chemist. Photographed in her laboratory at the Sorbonne, Paris, c1908.
PROPHET, 12th CENTURY.
Limestone sculpture of a prophet, from the School of Chartres in France, 12th century.
FRANCE: ELEGANT MEAL.
Painting, school of Fontainebleau, 16th century.
DEGAS: BALLET CLASS, c1880.
A Ballet Class. Oil on canvas by Edgar Degas, c1880.
VILLAGE SCHOOL, c1840.
Steel engraving, American, c1840, after a painting by Joseph Beaume (1796-1885).
ST. THOMAS A BECKET
(c1118-1170). English prelate. In exile in France, being received by King Louis VII. Stained glass window, Bodleian Library, Oxford, England.
IDEAL COLONIALISM, 1933.
Illustration from a French scholarly publication.
DREYFUS AFFAIR, 1899.
Captain Alfred Dreyfus leaving the Lycee at Rennes, France, on his way back to the military prison. Photograph, 7 August 1899.
Seen from the observatory of the College de France in Paris, France. Wood engraving, French, 1869.
PIERRE CURIE (1859-1906).
French physicist and chemist. Pierre Curie lecturing on radium at the Sorbonne in Paris. Drawing, 1903, by Andre Castaigne.
DEGAS: BALLET CLASS, c1878.
The Ballet Class. Oil on canvas by Edgar Degas, c1878.
DEGAS: DANCE CLASS, c1874.
Edgar Degas: The Dance Class. Oil on canvas, c1874.
FRENCH REVOLUTION, 1830.
Polytechnic scholars joining the people in the street during the French Revolution of 1830. Wood engraving, American, 1830s.
WOMEN'S FASHION, 1920.
A woman and two schoolgirls wearing fashions by Jeanne Lanvin. Fashion plate by Pierre Brissaud for the French magazine 'La Gazette du Bon Ton,' 1920.
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