2. The Beheading Of Marie Antoinette
The French Revolution was a golden era in Horsemaning. Large contraptions made of wood and iron, known as guillotines were made to overcome the cumbersome problem of 2 people posing while 1 paints the portrait. Instead, one person could pose while another painted. Marie Antoinette was said to be very fond of the craze, with thousands turning out to see her perform. Despite her status as a celebrity horsemaner, portraits of Marie horsemaning are less numerous than those of the guillotine itself.
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