The French flag on her hand reinforces values of revolution into the revolutionists. The flag carries message of equality, fraternity, and liberty amid struggle for change of governance system in France. Pictures on the foreground of deceased members of both sides of the political divide only serve to explain how catastrophic the effects of the revolution were. The paintings of dead bodies, most probably in their bedroom, also point to the severity of the adverse impacts of the revolutionary struggle.
Furthermore, there is a sense of absolute unity portrayed by Delacroix in the painting. Beside the allegorical figure, there are two men; one is a member of the middle-class, and the other is an artisan. The two men, although not belonging to the same class, fight together and applauds the new monarch thereby portray the superiority of the people. On the paintings extreme right, the twin towers of Notre Dame rises above the thick battle smoke. The scene further explains what ensued during the revolution and the