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    Gaspard Monge, count of Péluse (1746-1818), French mathematician, during the campaign of Egypt. Engraving, late 19th century, after Meunier.
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    Gaspard Monge, count of Péluse (1745-1818), French mathematician. Engraving by Thorigny (19th century).
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    Audience given to the scholars Monge, Berthollet, Berthelemi and Krützer by the Emperor Napoleon I Bonaparte, 1797.
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    Campaign of Egypt. Bonaparte (1769-1821) and Gaspard Monge, Count of Péluse (1746-1818), French mathematician, in front of the Pyramids in 1799. Illustration for a popular edition of "Mémorial de Sainte-Hélène" by Las Cases. 1860.
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    2570 x 2990 pixels (883 Ko)

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    Louis-Ernest Barrias (1841-1905). Monument to Lavoisier, place de la Madeleine in Paris. Monument destroyed by the German army in 1940. Right detail : Lavoisier and Condorcet, on the left. Left detail : Monge, seated in the foreground, Laplace, standing, in the background, with Berthollet.
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    4195 x 2992 pixels (1604 Ko)

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    Gaspard Monge (1746-1818), French mathematician. Lithograph, French National Library.
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    2408 x 3000 pixels (752 Ko)

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    Edmé Quenedey des Riceys (1756-1830). Gaspard Monge (1746-1818), Count of Peluse, French mathematician. Engraving.
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    3972 x 5136 pixels (3547 Ko)

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    François-Séraphin Delpech (1778-1825). Gaspard Monge, count of Péluse (1746-1818), French mathematician. Lithograph.
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    2171 x 2702 pixels (784 Ko)

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    Bonaparte putting learneds : Monge, Bertholet, Berthelemi and Kreutzer, in charge in Italy all objets d'art and the science.
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    3048 x 2731 pixels (2690 Ko)

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    Jean-Baptiste Mauzaisse (1784-1844). Gaspard Monge (1746-1818), French mathematician. Versailles museum (France).
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    2471 x 2998 pixels (1025 Ko)

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    Gaspard Monge (1746-1818), French mathematician. Engraving from a physionotrace drawing by Edmé Quenedey des Riceys (1756-1830).
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    3562 x 4957 pixels (2264 Ko)

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    David D'Angers (1788-1856). Portrait of Gaspard Monge, Comte de Péluse (1746-1818), mathematician. Bronze. Sand casting. Paris, musée Carnavalet.
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    4118 x 4119 pixels (2701 Ko)

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    André Dutertre (1753-1842). Portrait of Gaspard Monge, Count of Péluse (1746-1818), French mathematician. Etching and aquatint. Paris, musée Carnavalet.
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    Henri Gervex (1852-1929) and Alfred Stevens (1823-1906). Kléber and Monge. Fragment from the "Panorama du Siècle". Oil on canvas, 1889. Musée des Beaux-Arts de la Ville de Paris, Petit Palais.
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