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Garnett was raised in the Anglican faith but became convened to Roman
Catholicism and in 1575 went to Rome, where he joined the Society of Jesus and
became a professor of Hebrew at the Roman College. He returned to England as
Gerard first studied under the sculptor Augustin Pajou and later with the painter
Jacques-Louis David, whose assistant he became after 1791. In 1793, at David's
request, he was named a member of the French Revolutionary Tribunal, ...
1906-11), became increasingly critical of the imperial government, particularly for
its misconduct of military aflairs, for its disdain for the constitution and
parliamentary methods of legislation, and for the Emperor's growing confidence
in the ...
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