Pierre Corneille. This engraving is based on a Charles Le Brun portrait, engraved in 1734 by Etienne Ficquet, reproduced here from Portraits engravés par Etienne Ficquet, 1738 a 1794 [Paris: 1738-1794]) [courtesy of the Library of Congress, Division of Special Collections, Rosenwald Collection (#1649)].

From A field of honor: writers, court culture and public theater in French literary life from Racine to the Revolution by Gregory S. Brown

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Pierre Corneille. This engraving is based on a Charles Le Brun portrait, engraved in 1734 by Etienne Ficquet, reproduced here from Portraits engravés par Etienne Ficquet, 1738 a 1794 [Paris: 1738-1794]) [courtesy of the Library of Congress, Division of Special Collections, Rosenwald Collection (#1649)].
  • Pierre Corneille. This engraving is based on a Charles Le Brun portrait, engraved in 1734 by Etienne Ficquet, reproduced here from Portraits engravés par Etienne Ficquet, 1738 a 1794 [Paris: 1738-1794]) [courtesy of the Library of Congress, Division of Special Collections, Rosenwald Collection (#1649)].