Parting of Napoleon and Alexander I at Tilsit

Parting of Napoleon and Alexander I at Tilsit
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Painting, Oil on canvas, 75x87 cm
Origin: France, 1807
Author of Origin: Serangeli, Gioacchino
Personage: Napoleon Bonaparte
Source of entry: via the State Museum Fund from the collection of Prince A. A. Kurakin, Leningrad, 1924
Theme: History
Exibition: Exhibition 'Realms of the Eagle', the General Staff Building

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