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Choose from 8 pictures in our Baron De Laune collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Jacques Turgot, (1933). Creator: Unknown
Jacques Turgot, (1933). Creator: Unknown
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Anne Robert Jacques Turgot receiving a letter of reference, 1898.Artist: Gustave Demoulin
Anne Robert Jacques Turgot receiving a letter of reference, 1898.Artist: Gustave Demoulin
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Anne Robert Jacques Turgot, French economist and statesman, 1898. Artist: Gilbert
Anne Robert Jacques Turgot, French economist and statesman, 1898. Artist: Gilbert
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Four industrial reformers: Colbert, Turgot, Arkwright and Watt, (1903)
Four industrial reformers: Colbert, Turgot, Arkwright and Watt, (1903)
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Baron de Laune, (1885). Artist: Louis Michel van Loo
Baron de Laune, (1885). Artist: Louis Michel van Loo
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Turgot, French statesman and economist, 19th century. Artist: William Thomas Fry
Turgot, French statesman and economist, 19th century. Artist: William Thomas Fry
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Anne Robert Jacques Turgot (1727-1781), French politician and economist
Anne Robert Jacques Turgot (1727-1781), French politician and economist
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Anne Robert Jacques Turgot, French politician and economist, early 19th century. Artist: William Thomas Fry
Anne Robert Jacques Turgot, French politician and economist, early 19th century. Artist: William Thomas Fry
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Jacques Turgot, (1933). Creator: Unknown Featured Image

Jacques Turgot, (1933). Creator: Unknown

Jacques Turgot, (1933). Portrait of French statesman and economist Anne-Robert-Jacques Turgot, baron de l'Aulne (1727-1781). Turgot was an advocate of free trade and laissez-faire principles in economics. As comptroller-general of finances (1774-1776), he advocated radical reforms to the French economy and taxation system. His policies, particularly edicts abolishing guilds and levying taxation on all, including the nobility, made Turgot many enemies, and Louis XVI was persuaded to demand his resignation. Turgot's edicts were repealed, but his conviction that the only alternative to radical reform was revolution proved to be correct in 1789. From "Gestalten Der Weltgeschichte", a book of cigarette-card portrait miniatures of figures in world history from the last four hundred years. [Germany, 1933]

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