Napoleon - An Intimate Portrait


Study for “Remains of Napoléon Leaving St. Helena”

Study for “Remains of Napoléon Leaving St. Helena”

Louis Gabriel Eugène Isabey - c.1840

On October 15, 1840, at 5:30 p.m., Napoléon’s coffin was carried aboard La Belle Poule, anchored in Jamestown harbor. A single, brilliant star shown directly above the boat. Isabey later received a request from King Louis-Philippe to draw the scene, following the return of Napoléon’s remains.

Gouache on paper



Vtg. WWII Named US Army 100th Chemical Mortar Bn. Italian Made Bullion Patch + picture

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Named WWI U.S. ARMY AIR SERVICE ITALIAN AVIATOR TRAINING MEDAL PILOT WING Bomber picture

Named WWI U.S. ARMY AIR SERVICE ITALIAN AVIATOR TRAINING MEDAL PILOT WING Bomber

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Napoleon Army Corporal GRENADIER Porcelain Figurine Italian Sculpture Rare Decor picture

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WW2 Extremely Scarce Polish 1st Grenadier Division Combat Breast Badge – Italian picture

WW2 Extremely Scarce Polish 1st Grenadier Division Combat Breast Badge – Italian

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Italian Royal Army 1849/1878 Cavalry  h e l m e t  headgear original extr. rare picture

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EXTREMELY LARGE WWII 1943 Italian Theater U.S. Army Operational Planning Map picture

EXTREMELY LARGE WWII 1943 Italian Theater U.S. Army Operational Planning Map

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