Art Aztèque - Tlaloc "celui qui fait germer" dieu de la pluie http://jpdubs.hautetfort.com/archive/2012/05/06/art-precolombien.html
5th Hussars, ca. 1812, before the new shakos became the fashion. They should have kept these shakos.
Dragons 1804-1815 (pl 25) 1
Galon brodé, de livrée ou de trompette. Au «N» et à «l'Aigle» impériale en alternance. Longueur: 80 cm. B.E. Epoque Premier Empire
by Boutigny "l'Empereur au chevet du Maréchal Lannes :" (détail)
Napoleon's Red Lancers (2nd Regiment of Lancers of the Guard)
Trompette 5e Hussards, 1807-1809
Waterloo, to raise money for the upkeep of certain areas of the battlefield, It depicts an incident in the battle when Capt Cavalie Mercer (moustache on horseback) held his ground against the massed ranks of French cavalry despite being told to retreat to the British squares. It took over a year to finish the 2 paintings with a lot of research involved, Oil on canvas, 45" x 30"-Art of Karl Kopinski