George Danton, The Man Who Lost His Taste for Terror
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|Caption||Treason: The Man Who Lost His Taste for Terror. George Danton's plea for an end to the bloodbath of the French Revolution was his downfall. He was thrown into prison and later executed. Original artwork from Look and Learn no. 541 (27 May 1972).|
|Creator||Kenneth John Petts, English (1907–92)|
|Artwork medium||black and white gouache on paper|
|Credit||© Look and Learn|
|George Danton prison French Revolution cell jailer Man Who Lost His Taste Terror Ken Petts Kenneth John Petts|
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