RMFFA071–BALLOONING: US, 1793. /nJean Pierre Blanchard and a small dog ascend from the Walnut Street Prison yard in Philadelphia for the first balloon flight in the United States, 9 January 1793. Wood engraving.
RMFMJK62–Jacques Blanchard - Mars and the vestal virgin
RMDTFRM3–Raphael Blanchard (1857-1919)
RMDE06K5–Crossing of the English Channel by Blanchard and Jeffries, 1785 (1890s). Artist: Anon
RM2BDXHG9–Sophie Blanchard, French Aeronaut
RMMKPK7D–Madamme Theodore Bailly-Blanchard
RMG39P8N–WILLIAM BLANCHARD JERROLD Writer of plays and novels Date: 1826 - 1884
RMFF7FKG–BLANCHARD: ITALY, 1812. /nMadame Jean Pierre Blanchard rising in a balloon above Turin, Italy, in 1812: contemporary French colored engraving.
RM2HJPTK3–Angelica and Medoro, painting by Jacques Blanchard, 1630-1635
RMF7NAFY–Photograph of General Georges Blanchard (1877-1954) French military officer. Dated 1941
RMEW6D40–The first successful balloon flight of Jean-Pierre François Blanchard ( 1753 – 1809) on 2 March 1784, in a hydrogen gas balloon launched from the Champ de Mars, Paris, France.
RMERHNW7–Edward Morgan Forster's A letter to Madam Blanchard. Illustration of 'Prince Lee Boo' - published Hogarth Press, 1931. English novelist, short story writer, and essayist: 1 January 1879 – 7 June 1970. Illustration by H. Brocas (dates unknown).
RMHBME3K–DESTRY, Mari Blanchard, 1954
RMTTG804–Charles Gounod, etching by Auguste Thomas Marie Blanchard based on a painting by Edouard Dubufe, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RM2HHF554–THOMAS BLANCHARD (1788-1864) American inventor
RME5NWHF–THE VEILS OF BAGDAD, Mari Blanchard, Victor Mature, 1953
RMG93R8Y–Soccer - Friendly - Newcastle United v Juventus. Jocelyn Blanchard, Juventus
RMBKGT9R–OPEN WATER (2004) DANIEL TRAVIS, BLANCHARD RYAN OPWT 001-021
RMD84WY2–French balloonist Jean-Pierre Blanchard
RMBNHBDT–Usa Little Rock Arkansas Blanchard Springs Caverns Ozark Mountains Inside Indoors Nature Illuminated Illumination United States
RME0ABR2–Jacques Blanchard St. Sebastian Attended by St. Irene and Her Helpers
RMDE06WY–Portrait of French balloonist Sophie Blanchard during her flight in Milan, Italy, 1811. Artist: Luigi Rados
RM2BDY13P–Jean Pierre Blanchard, French Aeronaut
RMDC2FFW–La Science, bronze by Jules Blanchard, in front of the Hôtel de Ville, Paris, France.
RMER7A3D–Portrait of French balloonist Jean-Pierre Blanchard. late 18th century
RMFFBWMJ–MARIE BLANCHARD, 1819. /nThe death of Marie Blanchard, wife of aeronaut Jean Pierre Blanchard, when her balloon caught fire during a demonstration over Paris, 6 June 1819. Contemporary engraving.
RMEA4J72–Saint Jerome in meditation Jacques Blanchard (1600–1638) Jacques Blanchart French baroque France
RMD96P2Y–Warehouses in the city of London. From Gustave Dore and Blanchard Jerrold 'London: A Pilgrimage' London 1872.
RMEWD03G–The death of Sophie Blanchard, aka Madame Blanchard, 1778 – 1819. French aeronaut and the wife of ballooning pioneer Jean-Pierre Blanchard. Blanchard was the first woman to work as a professional balloonist and the first woman to be killed in an aviation accident. During an exhibition in the Tivoli Gardens in Paris, she launched fireworks that ignited the gas in her balloon, her craft crashed on the roof of a house and she fell to her death.
RM2A5YTKK–Jean-Pierre [François] Blanchard (July 4, 1753 – March 7, 1809) was a French inventor, best known as a pioneer in balloon flight.
RMHCRTBB–DESTRY, Mari Blanchard, Audie Murphy, 1954
RM2G4K4N3–Asia, Egypt,Sinai Peninsula, copperplate engraving by P. Bellier published by T. Blanchard, 1846. , ARTIST'S COPYRIGHT HAS NOT TO BE CLEARED
RM2ANH4WH–JEAN-PIERRE BLANCHARD (1753-1809) French pioneer balloonist, about 1785
RMDE6TAA–The balloon of Jean-Pierre Blanchard ascending from Lille on August 26, 1785, 1785. Artist: Watteau, Louis (1731-1798)
RM2BDY149–Jean Pierre Blanchard, French Aeronaut
RMG50PKR–Plymouth Argyle's Maxime Blanchard (right) and Gilligham's Gavin Tomlin battle for the ball during the npower Football League Two match at Home Park, Plymouth.
RMER7A3C–Jean-Pierre Blanchard portrait of French balloonist, Jean-Pierre Blanchard. late 18th century
RMFFBX24–MARIE BLANCHARD, 1819./nThe death of Marie Blanchard, wife of aeronaut Jean Pierre Blanchard, when her balloon caught fire during a demonstration over Paris, 6 June 1819. Contemporary engraving.
RME4CKWH–L enfant à la glace - The child ice 1925 Maria Blanchard 1881-1932 Spain Spanish
RMEX73Y0–Jean-Pierre [François] Blanchard (July 4, 1753 – March 7, 1809) was a French inventor, best known as a pioneer in balloon flight.
RMB7PG15–sketch of Sophie Blanchard first professional woman balloon pilot 1800s
RM2A5YR6W–Portrait of Jean Pierre Blanchard (1754-1809) French inventor, best known as a pioneer in balloon flight. Dated 1785
RM2G4K4G5–Asia, Egypt, Sinai Peninsula, copperplate engraving by Adam after Monvoisin, printed by T. Blanchard, ARTIST'S COPYRIGHT HAS NOT TO BE CLEARED
RMPERXB5–JEAN-PIERRE BLANCHARD (1753-1809) French inventor and pioneer balloonist
RMMC85K3–Greek mythology. 'Triumph of Galatea' - engraving by Blanchard Senior, after the painting by Domenichino. From the 1875 edition of 'Art Journal'
RM2JKGEAX–Frontispiece. After an illustration by Gustave Doré in the 1890 American edition of London: A Pilgrimage, written by Blanchard Jerrold and illustrated by Gustave Doré.
RMBKGT94–OPEN WATER (2004) BLANCHARD RYAN, DANIEL TRAVIS OPWT 001-002
RMC8MGGE–Jean-Pierre Blanchard, Jean Pierre François Blanchard, was a French inventor and pioneer in aviation and ballooning.
RMERGJDN–Sophie Blanchard riding in a hot air baloon basket. Killed during an ascention in 1819. Artist unknown. French aeronaut and the wife of ballooning pioneer Jean-Pierre Blanchard, 25 March 1778 – 6 July 1819.
RMG2A7XR–Henri Pierre Léon Pharamond Blanchard - The Smugglers - Museo del Romanticismo, Madrid
RMCWWJ2B–Blanchard and Jeffries Crossing the English Channel by Balloon, 1785, Illustration
RMDE6MDT–Jean Pierre Blanchard and John Jefferies arriving in Calais after crossing the English Channel in a hot air balloon, 1785. Artist: Anonymous
RMG16ADX–Sophie Blanchard (March 25, 1778 - July 6, 1819) was a French aeronaut and the wife of ballooning pioneer Jean-Pierre Blanchard. She was the first woman to work as a professional balloonist, and after her husband's death she continued ballooning, making m
RMG5XNTF–Soccer ... RC Lens v Metz. Jocelyn Blanchard - Metz
RMER7A3A–Jean Pierre Blanchard. Half-length portrait of French balloonist Jean-Pierre Blanchard. 1st July 1785
RMFFA070–BLANCHARD: U.S., 1793. /nJean Pierre Blanchard and a small dog ascend from the Walnut Street Prison yard in Philedelphia for the first balloon flight in the United States, 9 January 1793. Wood engraving.
RMM5CY2Y–BLANCHARD, María 1881-1932 Femme assise (Seated Woman) 20th, century, France, French,( Seated Woman portrays a girl facing forwards, seated beside a table and holding a rolled piece of material )
RMEX6W7Y–Portrait of Jean Pierre Blanchard (1754-1809) French inventor, best known as a pioneer in balloon flight. Dated 1785
RFG7B7X2–FRANCE par provinces. DUVOTENAY BLANCHARD, 1844 antique map
RMHTMK43–'Over London by Rail' From Gustave Dore and Blanchard Jerrold 'London: A Pilgrimage' London 1872. Back view of typical 19th century London artisan terrace houses with washhouses, privies and yards leading on to alley serving them and similar terrace., all
RMHBG2N7–THE VEILS OF BAGDAD, Mari Blanchard, 1953
RMF4PDJG–John Williams, Grace Kelly, Rene Blanchard / To Catch A Thief 1955 directed by Alfred Hitchcock
RMPRD8RF–JEAN-PIERRE BLANCHARD (1753-1809) French inventor and pioneer balloonist in a 1785 engraving
RMB47YJ1–Blanchard, Jean Piere, 4.7.1750 - 7.3.1809, French balloonist, portrait, sideface, contemporary cooper engraving, 18th century, Artist's Copyright has not to be cleared
RMRBJFAN–Crowded London street, circa 1869, by French artist Gustave Dore, who worked with British journalist Blanchard Jerrold to produce the book London: A Pilgrimage.
RMM930KR–Sophie Blanchard (25 March 1778 – 6 July 1819) first woman to work as a professional balloonist, wife of ballooning pioneer Jean-Pierre Blanchard.
RMDEBEBC–Jean-Pierre Blanchard - French balloonist - Engraving - XVIII th century
RMAGDHP5–Blanchard Springs Caverns near Mountain View, Arkansas.
RM2GXD7XD–Child with a hoop, 1917, Maria Blanchard, Centre Pompidou Malaga modern art,Andalusia,Spain.
RM2BE1017–Jean-Pierre Blanchard (July 4, 1753 - March 7, 1809) was a French inventor and aeronaut. He made his first successful balloon flight on March 2, 1784, in a hydrogen gas balloon launched from the Champ de Mars. On January 7, 1785 Blanchard, accompanied by an American, Doctor John Jeffries, made the first flight over the English Channel. In 1793, he conducted the first balloon flight in North America, ascending from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and landing in Deptford, New Jersey. He married Marie Madeleine-Sophie Armant in 1804. He fell from his balloon and died in 1809, at the age of 55, from hi
RMG5XNWJ–Soccer ... RC Lens v Metz. Jocelyn Blanchard - Metz
RMER7A3E–Portrait of French balloonist Jean-Pierre Blanchard. Includes image of Blanchard's balloon demonstrating his experiments with balloon navigation. late 18th century
RMCCE2HW–World's First Parachute Jump, Paris 1785, by French Inventor, Aviator & Ballooning Pioneer Jean-Pierre Blanchard. Vintage Illustration or Engraving
RMDA5983–Danae 1630 Jaques Blanchard 1600-1638 France French
RMD96BCT–Ludgate Hill': From Gustave Dore and Blanchard Jerrold 'London: A Pilgrimage' London 1872. Scene of traffic congestion, railway viaduct (centre), and dome of St Paul's. Wood engraving
RM2CFH5W3–Marks, J.L., Theatrical Portrait, Mr Blanchard as Pantaloon, Circa 1822-1839, Print, Museum of London, England.
RMHCA5GT–BANNERLINE, Keefe Brasselle, Mari Blanchard, 1951
RMCW5C0X–Blanchard, Huarachiri Indian
RMDAK91B–SOPHIE BLANCHARD (1778-1819) French aeronaut in an engraving commemorating her ascent in Milan 15 August 1811 - see below
RMBA7XR0–Blanchard, Jean-Pierre, 4.7.1750 - 7.3.1809, French pilot, flight with balloon over drill square in Tiergarten, Berlin, 27.9.1788, contemporary etching by anonymous,
RMKPBYAT–Sophie Blanchard, aka Madame Blanchard, 1778 – 1819. French aeronaut and the wife of ballooning pioneer Jean-Pierre Blanchard. Blanchard was the first woman to work as a professional balloonist and the first woman to be killed in an aviation accident.
RMBKGT92–OPEN WATER (2004) BLANCHARD RYAN, DANIEL TRAVIS OPWT 001-001
RMM930KD–Sophie Blanchard (25 March 1778 – 6 July 1819) first woman to work as a professional balloonist, wife of ballooning pioneer Jean-Pierre Blanchard. Death of Blanchard, an illustration from the late 19th century
RMF3X095–Jaxques Blanchard - La Charité - Louvre Museum Paris
RMAGDHX6–Blanchard Springs Caverns near Mountain View, Arkansas.
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