On July 13 1793, Charlotte Corday assassinated Jean-Paul Marat, who was a doctor, physician, politician and deputy at the National Convention. This painting recreates the moments after his murder. Marat is motionless in his bathtub, while Charlotte Corday leaves the scene of the crime, showing no remorse.


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