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Bataille de neige a Romorantin, le roi blesse a l assaut de la maison de Saint-Pol (colour litho)

Bataille de neige a Romorantin, le roi blesse a l assaut de la maison de Saint-Pol (colour litho)


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Bataille de neige a Romorantin, le roi blesse a l assaut de la maison de Saint-Pol (colour litho)

3095655 Bataille de neige a Romorantin, le roi blesse a l assaut de la maison de Saint-Pol (colour litho) by Robida, Albert (1848-1926); Private Collection; (add.info.: Bataille de neige a Romorantin, le roi blesse a l assaut de la maison de Saint-Pol. Illustration for Francois I, Le Roi Chevalier, by A Robida and G Gustave Toudouze (Boivin, 1909).); © Look and Learn

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Attacked Attacker King Francis I Medical Supplies Mock Wounded Limb Asclepius Asklepieion Asklepios Healthcare Injuries Medical Science Medical Services News Item Physical Health Wound Wounded


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This vibrant and captivating lithograph by Albert Robida depicts a thrilling snow battle in Romorantin, where King Francis I is wounded while leading the assault on the Maison de Saint-Pol. The scene comes to life with its vivid colors and intricate details, showcasing the artist's skill in capturing both action and emotion. The image is an illustration for the book "Francois I, Le Roi Chevalier" by A. Robida and G. Gustave Toudouze, published in 1909. It portrays a historical event from French history, highlighting the bravery of King Francis I during a mock battle in winter. In this dramatic moment frozen in time, we witness the clash between attackers and defenders amidst a snowy landscape. The injured king lies on the ground as his loyal soldiers continue to fight around him. The intensity of their confrontation is palpable, evoking feelings of tension and anticipation. Beyond its artistic value, this print also offers insights into medical practices of that era. Asclepius (Asklepios), depicted at the top left corner of the image, represents healing and medicine in ancient Greek mythology. This inclusion suggests that despite being wounded, there is hope for King Francis I's recovery through medical science. Overall, this lithograph not only captures an important historical event but also serves as a testament to Robida's talent for storytelling through artistry. Its rich imagery transports viewers back in time to experience firsthand one of France's most iconic battles under winter's

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