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Napoleon Bonaparte Collection

"Napoleon Bonaparte: A Visionary Leader and Complex Figure of History" Napoleon Bonaparte, a name that echoes through the annals of history

Background imageNapoleon Bonaparte Collection: Napoleon Crossing the Grand Saint-Bernard Pass, 20 May 1800, 1802 (oil on canvas)

Napoleon Crossing the Grand Saint-Bernard Pass, 20 May 1800, 1802 (oil on canvas)
XOS702755 Napoleon Crossing the Grand Saint-Bernard Pass, 20 May 1800, 1802 (oil on canvas) by David, Jacques Louis (1748-1825); 271x232 cm; ChAteau de Versailles

Background imageNapoleon Bonaparte Collection: Map of the Battle of Waterloo, 18th June 1815 (19th century)

Map of the Battle of Waterloo, 18th June 1815 (19th century). Battle plan showing the positions of the British and French armies at the outset of the battle

Background imageNapoleon Bonaparte Collection: The young Napoleon Bonaparte studying (colour litho)

The young Napoleon Bonaparte studying (colour litho)
725683 The young Napoleon Bonaparte studying (colour litho) by Job, pseudonym for Onfray de Breville, Jacques (1858-1931); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageNapoleon Bonaparte Collection: Napoleon, (1769-1821), c1894-95, (1936). Creator: James Sant

Napoleon, (1769-1821), c1894-95, (1936). Creator: James Sant
Napoleon, (1769-1821), c1894-95, (1936). Last portrait of Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821) commissioned to James Sant (1820-1916)

Background imageNapoleon Bonaparte Collection: EVNT2A-00053

EVNT2A-00053
Marshal Ney bringing the French rear-guard out of Russia with heavy losses, 1812. Hand-colored engraving of a 19th century painting

Background imageNapoleon Bonaparte Collection: Napoleon goes aboard the Northumberland for his journey to St Helena, 8 August 1815, (c1850)

Napoleon goes aboard the Northumberland for his journey to St Helena, 8 August 1815, (c1850). Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821) surrendered to a British naval officer

Background imageNapoleon Bonaparte Collection: Charge of the French Cuirassiers at Waterloo, 1874, (c1915). Artist

Charge of the French Cuirassiers at Waterloo, 1874, (c1915). Artist: Felix Henri Emmanuel Philippoteaux
Charge of the French Cuirassiers at Waterloo, 1874, (c1915). Held by the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. From International Art: Past and Present by Alfred Yockney

Background imageNapoleon Bonaparte Collection: Battle of Waterloo, 1815

Battle of Waterloo, 1815
Cavalry charge during Napoleons final battle at Waterloo, 1815. Hand-colored engraving of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageNapoleon Bonaparte Collection: Up, Guards, and at them! Wellington at the Battle of Waterloo (chromolitho)

Up, Guards, and at them! Wellington at the Battle of Waterloo (chromolitho)
5234168 Up, Guards, and at them! Wellington at the Battle of Waterloo (chromolitho) by Woodville, Richard Caton II (1856-1927) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Up, Guards, and at them)

Background imageNapoleon Bonaparte Collection: Empress Josephine (1763-1814) at Malmaison, c. 1801 (oil on canvas)

Empress Josephine (1763-1814) at Malmaison, c. 1801 (oil on canvas)
XIR21621 Empress Josephine (1763-1814) at Malmaison, c.1801 (oil on canvas) by Gerard, Francois Pascal Simon, Baron (1770-1837); 171x164 cm; Musee National du Chateau de Malmaison, Rueil-Malmaison

Background imageNapoleon Bonaparte Collection: 1807 Friedland ca 1861-75 Oil canvas

1807 Friedland ca 1861-75 Oil canvas
Artokoloro

Background imageNapoleon Bonaparte Collection: Cartoon from Puck, between 1880 and 1889. Creators: Joseph Keppler, Bernhard Gillam

Cartoon from Puck, between 1880 and 1889. Creators: Joseph Keppler, Bernhard Gillam
Cartoon from Puck, between 1880 and 1889

Background imageNapoleon Bonaparte Collection: EVNT2A-00051

EVNT2A-00051
Napoleon and the Old Guard before the Battle of Waterloo, 1815. Hand-colored engraving of a 19th century painting

Background imageNapoleon Bonaparte Collection: The Camp at Boulogne in July 1804, 1809 (w / c on paper)

The Camp at Boulogne in July 1804, 1809 (w / c on paper)
CHT199227 The Camp at Boulogne in July 1804, 1809 (w/c on paper) by French School, (19th century); Bibliotheque du Ministere des Armees, Paris, France; eArchives Charmet; French, out of copyright

Background imageNapoleon Bonaparte Collection: Napoleon I at the tomb of Frederick the Great, 27 October 1806, (1936). Creator: Unknown

Napoleon I at the tomb of Frederick the Great, 27 October 1806, (1936). Creator: Unknown
Napoleon I at the tomb of Frederick the Great, 27 October 1806, (1936). Napoleon I Am Sarge Friedrichs Des Grossen, 27 Oktober 1806

Background imageNapoleon Bonaparte Collection: Napoleon at Fontainebleau During the First Abdication - 31 March 1814, (1845)

Napoleon at Fontainebleau During the First Abdication - 31 March 1814, (1845). Artist: Paul Delaroche
Napoleon at Fontainebleau During the First Abdication - 31 March 1814, (1845). The invasion of France by the Allies culminated in Napoleons abdication of 11 April

Background imageNapoleon Bonaparte Collection: Napoleon at the Battle of Wagram, (1809), c. 1910s

Napoleon at the Battle of Wagram, (1809), c. 1910s
Napoleon at the Battle of Wagram on 6th July 1809. Napoleon defeated the Austrians at Wagram, forcing them to sue for peace four days later and bringing an end to the War of the Fifth Coalition

Background imageNapoleon Bonaparte Collection: PROY2A-00005

PROY2A-00005
Napoleon Bonaparte in uniform. Hand-colored engraving

Background imageNapoleon Bonaparte Collection: Retablissement du culte catholique, 1802, (1921). Creator: Thomas-Charles Naudet

Retablissement du culte catholique, 1802, (1921). Creator: Thomas-Charles Naudet
Retablissement du culte catholique, 1802, (1921). The restoration of Catholic worship - First Consul Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821)

Background imageNapoleon Bonaparte Collection: Napoleon I crowns himself King of Italy in 1805, (c1900)

Napoleon I crowns himself King of Italy in 1805, (c1900). French advertising for Liebigs extract of meat

Background imageNapoleon Bonaparte Collection: The Plum Pudding in Danger, or State Epicures taking un Petit Souper, pub

The Plum Pudding in Danger, or State Epicures taking un Petit Souper, pub
2636943 The Plum Pudding in Danger, or State Epicures taking un Petit Souper, pub. 26 February, 1805 (hand coloured engraving) by Gillray

Background imageNapoleon Bonaparte Collection: Bonaparte with the savants in Egypt (colour litho)

Bonaparte with the savants in Egypt (colour litho)
725936 Bonaparte with the savants in Egypt (colour litho) by Orange, Maurice Henri (1868-1916) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Bonaparte with the savants in Egypt)

Background imageNapoleon Bonaparte Collection: The Battle of Pont d Arcole, 1826 (oil on canvas)

The Battle of Pont d Arcole, 1826 (oil on canvas)
CH402267 The Battle of Pont d Arcole, 1826 (oil on canvas) by Vernet, Emile Jean Horace (1789-1863); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageNapoleon Bonaparte Collection: The Plum Pudding in danger or State Epicures taking un Petit Souper, pub

The Plum Pudding in danger or State Epicures taking un Petit Souper, pub
3025920 The Plum Pudding in danger or State Epicures taking un Petit Souper, pub. 1805 (hand coloured engraving) by Gillray

Background imageNapoleon Bonaparte Collection: The Corsican Spider in His Web!, July 12, 1808. July 12, 1808

The Corsican Spider in His Web!, July 12, 1808. July 12, 1808
The Corsican Spider in His Web!, July 12, 1808

Background imageNapoleon Bonaparte Collection: Longwood, Napoleons Residence at St. Helena, 1896

Longwood, Napoleons Residence at St. Helena, 1896. Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821) was exiled on the island of Saint Helena from 1815 until his death

Background imageNapoleon Bonaparte Collection: Bonaparte Checking The French Retreat at Marengo, 1800, (1896)

Bonaparte Checking The French Retreat at Marengo, 1800, (1896). The Battle of Marengo was fought on 14 June 1800 between French forces under Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821)

Background imageNapoleon Bonaparte Collection: Napoleon in His Study, c1800, (1896)

Napoleon in His Study, c1800, (1896). Napoleon I Bonaparte (1769-1821), Emperor of France from 1804. Napoleon enjoyed a meteoric rise through the ranks of the French Revolutionary army

Background imageNapoleon Bonaparte Collection: Napoleon at Montereau: The bullet that will kill me is not yet cast

Napoleon at Montereau: The bullet that will kill me is not yet cast!. Private Collection

Background imageNapoleon Bonaparte Collection: Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821), French general and Emperor, 1912

Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821), French general and Emperor, 1912
Napoleon Bonaparte, French general and Emperor. Napoleon (1769-1821) enjoyed a meteoric rise through the ranks of the French Revolutionary army

Background imageNapoleon Bonaparte Collection: DANIEL MACLISE Wellington and Blucher battle waterloo

DANIEL MACLISE Wellington and Blucher battle waterloo
The Meeting of Wellington and BlAOEcher after the Battle of Waterloo

Background imageNapoleon Bonaparte Collection: Napoleon Bonaparte, First Consul (oil on canvas)

Napoleon Bonaparte, First Consul (oil on canvas)
XIR884569 Napoleon Bonaparte, First Consul (oil on canvas) by Girodet de Roucy-Trioson, Anne Louis (1767-1824); Chateau de Malmaison, Rueil-Malmaison

Background imageNapoleon Bonaparte Collection: 18 Brumaire An VIII (oil on canvas)

18 Brumaire An VIII (oil on canvas)
XIR204953 18 Brumaire An VIII (oil on canvas) by Sablet, Jacques Henri (1749-1803); 47x65 cm; Musee des Beaux-Arts, Nantes

Background imageNapoleon Bonaparte Collection: Napoleon Bonaparte as First Consul of France, 1803. Creator: Gros, Antoine Jean

Napoleon Bonaparte as First Consul of France, 1803. Creator: Gros, Antoine Jean
Napoleon Bonaparte as First Consul of France, 1803. Private Collection

Background imageNapoleon Bonaparte Collection: Napoleons Horse, Marengo (litho)

Napoleons Horse, Marengo (litho)
1603584 Napoleons Horse, Marengo (litho) by Ward, James (1769-1859) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Napoleons Horse, Marengo. Illustration for The Illustrated London News, 1 October 1892)

Background imageNapoleon Bonaparte Collection: The soldiers of the Old Guard trained their dogs to salute the Emperor

The soldiers of the Old Guard trained their dogs to salute the Emperor, who returned their salutes, 1805 (colour litho)
3100890 The soldiers of the Old Guard trained their dogs to salute the Emperor, who returned their salutes, 1805 (colour litho) by Job, pseudonym for Onfray de Breville

Background imageNapoleon Bonaparte Collection: Transfer of Napoleons ashes on board of the frigate La Belle Poule, 15 october 1840, 1843

Transfer of Napoleons ashes on board of the frigate La Belle Poule, 15 october 1840, 1843. Found in the Collection of Musee de l Histoire de France, Chateau de Versailles

Background imageNapoleon Bonaparte Collection: Murat Leading The Cavalry at Jena, 14 October 1806, (1896)

Murat Leading The Cavalry at Jena, 14 October 1806, (1896). Joachim-Napoleon Murat (1767-1815) was a Marshal of France and Admiral of France under the reign of Napoleon

Background imageNapoleon Bonaparte Collection: The Briars, St Helena, early 19th century (1851)

The Briars, St Helena, early 19th century (1851). After his voyage into exile on St Helena in 1815, Longwood, the house Napoleon was to occupy, was not ready for him

Background imageNapoleon Bonaparte Collection: Napoleons Stallion, Tamerlan (oil on canvas)

Napoleons Stallion, Tamerlan (oil on canvas)
XIR68583 Napoleons Stallion, Tamerlan (oil on canvas) by Gericault, Theodore (1791-1824); 45.2x37 cm; Musee des Beaux-Arts, Rouen, France; (add.info.: L Etalon Tamerlan)

Background imageNapoleon Bonaparte Collection: The Corsican Crocodile dissolving the Council of Frogs, 9th November 1799 (litho)

The Corsican Crocodile dissolving the Council of Frogs, 9th November 1799 (litho)
XCF268620 The Corsican Crocodile dissolving the Council of Frogs, 9th November 1799 (litho) by English School, (18th century); Private Collection; English, out of copyright

Background imageNapoleon Bonaparte Collection: Jug In The Form Of A Bear Holding A Caricature Of Napoleon Bonaparte, c1813. Creator: Unknown

Jug In The Form Of A Bear Holding A Caricature Of Napoleon Bonaparte, c1813. Creator: Unknown
Jug In The Form Of A Bear Holding A Caricature Of Napoleon Bonaparte, c1813

Background imageNapoleon Bonaparte Collection: Display of fireworks, Inner Harbour, Cherbourg, in honour of the British Channel Squadron, 1865

Display of fireworks, Inner Harbour, Cherbourg, in honour of the British Channel Squadron, 1865. Creator: Unknown
Display of fireworks, Inner Harbour, Cherbourg, in honour of the British Channel Squadron, 1865. In the evening there was a brilliant display of fireworks from the French vessels in the inner

Background imageNapoleon Bonaparte Collection: Engraving depicting a festival celebrating Napoleon Bonaparte at the Palace of the Directoire

Engraving depicting a festival celebrating Napoleon Bonaparte at the Palace of the Directoire
5309132 Engraving depicting a festival celebrating Napoleon Bonaparte at the Palace of the Directoire; (add.info.: Engraving depicting a festival celebrating Napoleon Bonaparte at the Palace of)

Background imageNapoleon Bonaparte Collection: Cartoon depicting Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston

Cartoon depicting Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston and Napoleon III playing Beggar my Neighbour for command
5308782 Cartoon depicting Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston and Napoleon III playing Beggar my Neighbour for command of the seas; (add.info.: Cartoon depicting Henry John Temple)

Background imageNapoleon Bonaparte Collection: Jean Lambert Tallien, deputy to the National Convention, 1769-1820

Jean Lambert Tallien, deputy to the National Convention, 1769-1820. He accompanied Bonaparte to Egypt as a member of
FLO4572508 Jean Lambert Tallien, deputy to the National Convention, 1769-1820. He accompanied Bonaparte to Egypt as a member of the scientific commission

Background imageNapoleon Bonaparte Collection: Napoleon Bonaparte arriving on the island of Elba for his exile, 1814

Napoleon Bonaparte arriving on the island of Elba for his exile, 1814. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by George
FLO4608652 Napoleon Bonaparte arriving on the island of Elba for his exile, 1814. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by George Cruikshank from The Life of Napoleon a Hudibrastic Poem by Doctor

Background imageNapoleon Bonaparte Collection: Napoleon Bonaparte watching the Fire of Moscow after the Battle of Borodino, 1812

Napoleon Bonaparte watching the Fire of Moscow after the Battle of Borodino, 1812
FLO4608620 Napoleon Bonaparte watching the Fire of Moscow after the Battle of Borodino, 1812. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by George Cruikshank from The Life of Napoleon a Hudibrastic Poem by



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"Napoleon Bonaparte: A Visionary Leader and Complex Figure of History" Napoleon Bonaparte, a name that echoes through the annals of history, forever etched as one of the most influential figures to have graced the world stage. From his strategic brilliance on the Map of the Battle of Waterloo in 1815 to his daring crossing of the Grand Saint-Bernard Pass in 1800, Napoleon's military prowess was unparalleled. Yet behind this formidable facade lay a multifaceted man. In rare glimpses captured by artists like James Sant, we see a young Napoleon diligently studying, thirsting for knowledge that would shape his destiny. Alongside him stands Empress Josephine at Malmaison, their love story intertwined with political ambition. But even greatness has its downfall. As depicted in poignant scenes such as "Napoleon goes aboard the Northumberland, " we witness his journey towards exile on St Helena after facing defeat. The weight of these events is palpable in every stroke on canvas or lithograph. Beyond warfare and politics, Napoleon's insatiable curiosity led him to Egypt where he surrounded himself with savants eager to explore ancient wonders. This expedition not only unveiled hidden treasures but also showcased his intellectual pursuits beyond military conquests. However, it is important not to overlook Napoleon's controversial legacy. Satirical illustrations like "The Plum Pudding in danger" or "The Corsican Spider in His Web. " reveal how he was perceived by those who opposed him - an ambitious ruler whose hunger for power knew no bounds. Ultimately, Napoleon Bonaparte remains an enigma; a complex figure whose impact still reverberates today. Whether remembered for his triumphs or criticized for his ambitions, there is no denying that he left an indelible mark on history - shaping nations and inspiring generations long after he took his final breath.