Satire by Isaac Cruikshank, from December 1810, on the pregnancy of Empress Marie Louise, as kneeling courtiers flatter Napoleon on his prowess on the fields of both Venus and Mars, while he blames Josephine for the delay in providing France with an heir.
The Allied Bakers or, The Corsican Toad in the hole, by George Cruikshank, April 1, 1814
Boney Hatching a Bulletin or Snug Winter Quarters !!!
Napoleonic caricature from March 1815: "C'est la casquette à papa" (it's papa's hat). Louis XVIII is shown snoozing after dinner. His crown has fallen off and the King of Rome (Napoleon's 3-year-old son) is picking it up and trying it on.
Die Exorcisten (The exorcists) by E.T.A. Hoffman, probably late 1813-early 1814. An Austrian, a Prussian, a Saxon and a Russian soldier (on the left) help exorcize France, represented by a woman, of Napoleon, portrayed as a little winged devil. An English soldier is taking her pulse.
La grosse caisse de l'Europe
Passage of the bridge at Lodi by the French republican army commanded by the general-in-chief Napoleon Bonaparte, artist unknown, circa 1796. Napoleon, on a white horse, is at the head of the advancing column.
“Birth of Bonoparte.” Caricature of Napoleon’s birth, published October 20, 1813 in London by R. Ackermann. It mocks the myths surrounding Napoleon's birth. Source: Gallica.bnf.fr/Bibliothèque nationale de France
Caricature contre Napoléon I.er : [estampe] : L'Empereur pêchant à la ligne un cadavre
Nap Dreading his Doleful Doom or His Grand Entry in the Isle of Elba. Cartoon by Thomas Rowlandson, published April 25, 1814
«Le Carnaval de 1814, ou Le macaroni Impérial.» En ces jours de folie, Napoléon et Cambacérès se sont costumés, l'un en Arlequin, l'autre en Polichinelle : [estampe]
4549. The painting he did looked the same as all his other paintings, and he suddenly lumped them all together in his mind and found them to be lacking. He looked at his table and chair and found them to be lacking also.
Bonne Farte raising a Southerly Wind, Isaac Cruikshank, 1798, Napoleon, nether regions strategically aimed at the White Cliffs of Dover, is being fed dried peas by his chief of staff, General Berthier, to create enough wind to launch a French invasion of balloons, cannons, guillotines and kitchen sinks across the Channel.
Sourires & coups de sabre / poésies de Hugues Delorme ; dessins de d'Ostoya - 12
Old Blucher beating the Corsican Big Drum, George Cruikshank, 8 april 1814- En 1813, à la tête d'un corps prussien, Blücher prend part aux batailles de Lützen et de Bautzen, il commande l'armée de Silésie avec laquelle il bat Macdonald sur la Katzbach (26 aout) puis est nommé maréchal après la bataille de Leipzig (oct). Lors de l'invasion de la France en 1814 il subit une série de revers en février: Champaubert, Montmirail, Château-Thierry, Vauchamp.