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Montgolfier Collection

Background imageMontgolfier Collection: Ascent of M. Godard's Montgolfier balloon from Cremorne Gardens, 1864. Creator: Unknown

Ascent of M. Godard's Montgolfier balloon from Cremorne Gardens, 1864. Creator: Unknown
Ascent of M. Godard's Montgolfier balloon from Cremorne Gardens, [London], 1864. The...heated-air, balloon, with which M

Background imageMontgolfier Collection: Two New Slides for the State Magic Lantern, December 29, 1783. December 29, 1783

Two New Slides for the State Magic Lantern, December 29, 1783. December 29, 1783
Two New Slides for the State Magic Lantern, December 29, 1783

Background imageMontgolfier Collection: Launch of the Montgolfier Brothers balloon, June 1783, (1932). Creator: Unknown

Launch of the Montgolfier Brothers balloon, June 1783, (1932). Creator: Unknown
Launch of the Montgolfier Brothers balloon, June 1783, (1932). The Montgolfiers - Jacques E tienne and Joseph Michel - demonstrated the first ascent of a balloon heated by hot air at Annonay in

Background imageMontgolfier Collection: Lenormands parachute, 1783, (1932). Creator: Unknown

Lenormands parachute, 1783, (1932). Creator: Unknown
Lenormands parachute, 1783, (1932). French chemist, physicist and inventor Louis-Se bastien Lenormand (1757-1837) is considered as the first man to make a witnessed descent with a parachute

Background imageMontgolfier Collection: Jaques Etienne Montgolfier und Joseph Michael Montgolfier, (1933). Creator: Unknown

Jaques Etienne Montgolfier und Joseph Michael Montgolfier, (1933). Creator: Unknown
Jaques Etienne Montgolfier und Joseph Michael Montgolfier, (1933). Portrait of French inventor brothers Jacques E tienne Montgolfier (1745-1799) and Joseph Michel Montgolfier (1740-1810)

Background imageMontgolfier Collection: Joseph Michel Montgolfier (1780-1810), French inventor

Joseph Michel Montgolfier (1780-1810), French inventor

Background imageMontgolfier Collection: Detail of Montgolfier balloon ascension in Madrid, oil on canvas by Antonio Carnicero

Detail of Montgolfier balloon ascension in Madrid, oil on canvas by Antonio Carnicero

Background imageMontgolfier Collection: Ascent of a Montgolfier Balloon in Madrid 5 - Jul. 1784, flight by Boucle, oil on canvas

Ascent of a Montgolfier Balloon in Madrid 5 - Jul. 1784, flight by Boucle, oil on canvas

Background imageMontgolfier Collection: Ascent of a Montgolfier Balloon in Madrid, oil on canvas by Antonio Carnicero

Ascent of a Montgolfier Balloon in Madrid, oil on canvas by Antonio Carnicero

Background imageMontgolfier Collection: Jacques-Etienne Montgolfier (1745-1799), 1790s

Jacques-Etienne Montgolfier (1745-1799), 1790s
Jacques-E tienne Montgolfier (1745-1799), 1790s. Private Collection

Background imageMontgolfier Collection: Jacques-Etienne Montgolfier (1745-1799), 1889

Jacques-Etienne Montgolfier (1745-1799), 1889
Jacques-E tienne Montgolfier (1745-1799), 1889. Private Collection

Background imageMontgolfier Collection: The Montgolfier Brothers, Mid of 1790s

The Montgolfier Brothers, Mid of 1790s. Private Collection

Background imageMontgolfier Collection: Joseph Michel Montgolfier (1740-1810), c. 1790

Joseph Michel Montgolfier (1740-1810), c. 1790. Private Collection

Background imageMontgolfier Collection: Joseph Michel Montgolfier (1740-1810), 1889

Joseph Michel Montgolfier (1740-1810), 1889. Private Collection

Background imageMontgolfier Collection: Joseph Michel Montgolfier (1740-1810)

Joseph Michel Montgolfier (1740-1810), . Private Collection

Background imageMontgolfier Collection: Ascension of a Montgolfier balloon, late 18th century, (1910)

Ascension of a Montgolfier balloon, late 18th century, (1910). Illustration from The Connoisseur, (August 1910). (Colorised black and white print)

Background imageMontgolfier Collection: The Brothers Montgolfier, 18th century, (1910). Artist: JC De Mayr

The Brothers Montgolfier, 18th century, (1910). Artist: JC De Mayr
The Brothers Montgolfier, 1910. Joseph-Michel Montgolfier (1740-1810) and Jacques-Etienne Montgolfier (1745-1799) were the inventors of the Montgolfiere-style hot air balloon

Background imageMontgolfier Collection: The first balloon ascent, c1785 (1919)

The first balloon ascent, c1785 (1919). Joseph-Michel (1740-1810) and Jacques-Etienne (1745-1799) Montgolfier developed a hot air balloon in Annonay, Ardeche, France

Background imageMontgolfier Collection: Launch of a hot air balloon, late 18th century, (1885)

Launch of a hot air balloon, late 18th century, (1885). In 1783, the Montgolfier brothers, Joseph Michel and Jacques Etienne, launched the first hot air balloon, or montgolfiere in French

Background imageMontgolfier Collection: Montgolfier in the clouds. Constructing of air balloons, 1784

Montgolfier in the clouds. Constructing of air balloons, 1784. Private Collection

Background imageMontgolfier Collection: First aerial voyage of Pilatre de Rozier and d Arlandes, Paris, France, 1783 (1890s)

First aerial voyage of Pilatre de Rozier and d Arlandes, Paris, France, 1783 (1890s). On 21 November 1783, Jean-Francois Pilatre de Rozier (1754-1785) and Francois Laurent d Arlandes (1742-1809)

Background imageMontgolfier Collection: First test flight of a hot air balloon at Annonay, France, 4 June, 1783 (1890s)

First test flight of a hot air balloon at Annonay, France, 4 June, 1783 (1890s). Enthusiastic crowds watching the first unmanned test flight by brothers Joseph Michel and Jacques Etienne Montgolfier

Background imageMontgolfier Collection: The Montgolfier brothers, French ballooning pioneers, (1890s)

The Montgolfier brothers, French ballooning pioneers, (1890s). Joseph Michel (1740-1810) and Jacques Etienne Montgolfier (1745-1799)

Background imageMontgolfier Collection: An early attempt at conquering the air, 18th century, (late 19th century)

An early attempt at conquering the air, 18th century, (late 19th century).The Montgolfier brothers invented the hot air balloon, it was the first aircraft to carry humans into the sky

Background imageMontgolfier Collection: Song on the aerostatic sphere, 18th century

Song on the aerostatic sphere, 18th century. Commemorating the Montgolfier Brothers balloon experiment in the garden of M Reveillon on 19 October 1783


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