Affaire De Brienne, Antique Battle Print Napoleon 1860
Title: Affaire de Brienne.(29 Janvier 1814).
Antique Battle Print.
The campaign of France is the end of the war due to the Sixth Coalition, which runs from January to April 1814 during which Napoleon tries to avoid or stop the invasion of France and keep his throne, we considers that this campaign is the most beautiful of Napoleon Bonaparte, it won many victories. But after the entry of the Prussian and Russian troops in Paris, he abdicated April 6, 1814 and went into exile to Elba.
Antique detailed hand colored steel engraving illustrated Napoleon’s war.
(Yung) Théodore Rousseau (1803-65), a military painter, his works were made for the Ministry of War. The young Théodore Rousseau, founder of the Barbizon school, exhibited works from 1831 to 1835 at the Salon de Paris.
Origin: Album de Vingt Batailles de la révolution et de l'empire.
Publisher: Paris Henri Plon. Th.Yung del – Imp. Lemercier Paris – Rouargue sc.
We unconditionally guarantee everything we sell to be authentic- an original antique item as described. High quality more than 150 years old antique steel engraved print, painted in watercolors.
Size: Sheet app.: 30.5 x 21.5 cm. 12 x 8.5 inches. Image app.: 25 x 15 cm. 9.75 x 5.75 inches. Condition: View overall very good.