Horace Vernet

Invalid Handing a Petition to Napoleon at the Parade in the Court of the Tuileries Palace

Invalid Handing a Petition to Napoleon at the Parade in the Court of the Tuileries Palace
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Author: Horace Vernet
History Painting, Painting, Oil on canvas, 215x326 cm
Origin: France, 1838
Personage: Napoleon Bonaparte
Source of entry: Winter Palace, 1925
Theme: History
Exibition: Exhibition 'Realms of the Eagle', the General Staff Building

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