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Isidore-Stanislas-Henri Helman was a French engraver and printseller. He studied drawing in his native town of Lille and completed his training in Paris. By 1777, he had established a reputation as an engraver of genre scenes. He is known for his suites of fashion engravings after Jean-Michel Moreau which were republished with a text by Restif de La Bretonne as the Monument du costume (1789). He also engraved a series of plates after Charles Monnet depicting scenes from the French Revolution, as well as religious and genre subjects after Baudouin, Bertaux, Lavreince and de la Fosse.
Togo, 1989, Cancellation of privileges
USSR, 1989, Storming of Bastille