Napoleon - An Intimate Portrait


Study for “The Intervention of the Sabine Women”

Study for “The Intervention of the Sabine Women”

Jacques-Louis David - c. 1794-99

David is reputed to have painted The Intervention of the Sabine Women, with its theme of love prevailing over conflict, to honor his wife who divorced him during the Revolution. He began it while he was in prison. This work reestablished his fortunes and brought him to the attention of Napoléon, who appointed David his official painter.



Napoleonic War 1770 Austro - Hungarian Offices Hussars Silver Saber  picture

Napoleonic War 1770 Austro - Hungarian Offices Hussars Silver Saber

$10000.00



Fine German heavy cavalry saber, C. 1800- Napoleonic war era, Original scabbard picture

Fine German heavy cavalry saber, C. 1800- Napoleonic war era, Original scabbard

$1700.00



Napoleonic German Hussars Saber picture

Napoleonic German Hussars Saber

$1400.00



1st EMPIRE INFANTRY OFFICER'S SABER WITH SHEATH/Napoleon/RARE picture

1st EMPIRE INFANTRY OFFICER'S SABER WITH SHEATH/Napoleon/RARE

$1280.00



NICE OFF SAID MINOR SWORD SABRE SABER ROYAL REVOLUT NAPOLEON TO 1780 VIVE LE ROY picture

NICE OFF SAID MINOR SWORD SABRE SABER ROYAL REVOLUT NAPOLEON TO 1780 VIVE LE ROY

$1250.00



Napoleonic Austrian Heavy Saber picture

Napoleonic Austrian Heavy Saber

$850.00



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A Traveling Exhibition from Russell Etling Company (c) 2011