Marie-Anne Pierrette Paulze
Marie-Anne Pierrette Paulze (Lavoisier wife, then Rumford), woman of French science, dessinatrice, auteure, wife (at the 13 years age) and collaborator of Antoine-Laurent de Lavoisier (1743-1794), founder of modern chemistry and respiratory physiology. Marie-Anne, girl of the farmer general Jacques Paulze, small niece, by her mother, of the abbot Joseph Marie Terray, was for her husband an invaluable partner. She collaborated in her scientific work while translating for him into French various publications and drawing all the boards illustrating her treaty of chemistry. After the death of Lavoisier, his wife made publish her memories unfinished. Marie-Anne married in second wedding the American scientist Benjamin Thompson, count de Rumford. Madeleine Pinault-Sorensen could establish that Mrs Lavoisier was on a purely private basis raises Jacques-Louis David, thanks to two drawings preserved at the National museum of the techniques of Paris annotated by David.
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