Hippolyte Lecomte

Meeting of Napoleon with the Ambassadors of the Austrian Emperor near Leoben, Steiermark on 7 April, 1797

Meeting of Napoleon with the Ambassadors of the Austrian Emperor near Leoben, Steiermark on 7 April, 1797
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Author: Hippolyte Lecomte
Landscape, Painting, Oil on canvas, 97x145.5 cm
Origin: France, 1808
Personage: Napoleon Bonaparte
Style: Neo-Classicism
Source of entry: All-Union Society Antikvariat, 1931
Theme: History

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