Protesting French youth invoke nekkid revolutionary icon

A certain young woman participating in the recent labor protests in France bears a resemblance to the bare-breasted icon of Eugène Delacroix's "Liberty Leading the People" ("La Liberté guidant le peuple"). Here are more snapshots of la Marianne, sans chemise, in the streets of Bordeaux: Link, link, and link. (Thanks, Dubi). You know, if someone smushed Delacroix's painting together with the post below about a certain seasonal marshmallow declicacy, we could have "Liberty Leading the Peeps."