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Baron Francois Gerard:Portrait of Napoleon

Baron Francois Gerard:Portrait of Napoleon

Fiche exposés : Quelques batailles de Napoléon Bonaparte

Quelques batailles de Napoléon Bonaparte

Fiche exposés : Quelques batailles de Napoléon Bonaparte

Parce qu'on ne peut pas venir à l'île d'Aix sans prendre connaissance des passages de Napoléon Bonaparte sur l'île.Un aperçu de l'arbre généalogique du commanditaire du Fort Liedot !

Parce qu'on ne peut pas venir à l'île d'Aix sans prendre connaissance des passages de Napoléon Bonaparte sur l'île.Un aperçu de l'arbre généalogique du commanditaire du Fort Liedot !

Portraits of Emperor Napoleon I by Robert Lefevre.

Portraits of Emperor Napoleon I by Robert Lefevre.

Le futur Napoléon-Future Napoleon  Portrait réalisé par Edouard DETAILLE vers 1900.  Hôtel des Invalides musée des armées.

Le futur Napoléon-Future Napoleon Portrait réalisé par Edouard DETAILLE vers 1900. Hôtel des Invalides musée des armées.

Josephine de Beauharnais, a woman in the life of Napoleon

Josephine de Beauharnais, a woman in the life of Napoleon

Eugène de Beauharnais (1781-1824), Joséphine's son by her first husband. His first campaign was in the Vendée, where he fought at Quiberon. During the Italian campaign, he served as aide-de-camp to his stepfather, whom he also accompanied to Egypt.

Eugène de Beauharnais (1781-1824), Joséphine's son by her first husband. His first campaign was in the Vendée, where he fought at Quiberon. During the Italian campaign, he served as aide-de-camp to his stepfather, whom he also accompanied to Egypt.

Andrea Appiani: Portrait of Napoleon Bonaparte. c. 1801. Detail. There are several similarities between this work and Bonaparte crossing the Alps by David. Appiani was present in Paris between May and December 1801, so it is possible he saw David’s painting.

Andrea Appiani: Portrait of Napoleon Bonaparte. c. 1801. Detail. There are several similarities between this work and Bonaparte crossing the Alps by David. Appiani was present in Paris between May and December 1801, so it is possible he saw David’s painting.

Napoléon Bonaparte (1769-1821), Premier Consul à vie

Napoléon Bonaparte (1769-1821), Premier Consul à vie

Hortense's beloved (and wonderful) brother Eugène. She helped paint this portrait of him, before he went to war.

Hortense's beloved (and wonderful) brother Eugène. She helped paint this portrait of him, before he went to war.

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