Napoleon - An Intimate Portrait


Eagle of the Hundred Days

Eagle of the Hundred Days

- 1815

During the Hundred Days between Napolons escape from exile on the Island of Elba and his final defeat at Waterloo, the Imperial symbol of the eagle took on added significance. Legend has it that eagles began to circle overhead from the moment the Emperor landed at Golfe-Juan on the Riviera, and continued to do so throughout his journey to Paris.

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PONTILED 1880s FRENCH FIGURAL WINE BOTTLE FROSTED MAN & LADY STORMING BASTILLE picture

PONTILED 1880s FRENCH FIGURAL WINE BOTTLE FROSTED MAN & LADY STORMING BASTILLE

$75.00



1789-1889 FRENCH  EXPOSITION BRONZE MEDAL STORMING OF BASTILLE  SYMBOLIC RARE picture

1789-1889 FRENCH EXPOSITION BRONZE MEDAL STORMING OF BASTILLE SYMBOLIC RARE

$30.00



1935 Press Photo Reenactment of Peasants Storming Bastille - nee19042 picture

1935 Press Photo Reenactment of Peasants Storming Bastille - nee19042

$19.99



1987 Press Photo Runners Wait For Start Of

1987 Press Photo Runners Wait For Start Of "Storm The Bastille" Run - mja45026

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1988 Press Photo Runners At The Storm The Bastille Evening Run, Milwaukee picture

1988 Press Photo Runners At The Storm The Bastille Evening Run, Milwaukee

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NEW, 66” x 78” La Prise de la Bastille (Storming the Bastille) Wall Mural picture

NEW, 66” x 78” La Prise de la Bastille (Storming the Bastille) Wall Mural

$15.87



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A Traveling Exhibition from Russell Etling Company (c) 2011