Achille Deveria, Etude pour une figure allégorique de la Liberté (c. 1848) Lithograph. Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris. Reproduced from Liberty: The French-American Statue in Art and History, Perennial Library, 1986, 82. Deveria's lithograph shows the change in the iconography of Liberty following the revolutions of 1830 and 1848. No longer are the traditional symbols of the cat, the pitcher, and the cap adequate in an age where the emphasis had shifted from Freedom to freedoms.