From 1793 and 1794 onwards, artists were invited to take over the new moral order imposed by the government. Henceforth, women had to focus exclusively on their role as mothers, a discourse that Napoleon would gladly take up again under the Empire.
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Edmond Roudnitska, a freelance perfumer and philosopher, has marked modern perfumery with his style, personality, vision, perfumes and writings.