Jean Racine. This is an eighteenth-century engraving by Jean Daullé, based on Racine's official court portrait. It appeared as the frontispiece to Oeuvres de Racine (Paris: 1760) [courtesy of the Library of Congress, Division of Special Collections. PQ 1885 1760 (Pre-1801)].

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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Jean Racine. This is an eighteenth-century engraving by Jean Daullé, based on Racine's official court portrait. It appeared as the frontispiece to Oeuvres de Racine (Paris: 1760) [courtesy of the Library of Congress, Division of Special Collections. PQ 1885 1760 (Pre-1801)].
  • Jean Racine. This is an eighteenth-century engraving by Jean Daullé, based on Racine's official court portrait. It appeared as the frontispiece to Oeuvres de Racine (Paris: 1760) [courtesy of the Library of Congress, Division of Special Collections. PQ 1885 1760 (Pre-1801)].