Monument Of General Hoche In Weissenthurm, Watercolor Drawing, 19th Century flag

Monument Of General Hoche In Weissenthurm, Watercolor Drawing, 19th Century
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"Monument Of General Hoche In Weissenthurm, Watercolor Drawing, 19th Century"
TOTAL LIQUIDATION BEFORE CLOSURE. Old price: 250 euros. New price NOT NEGOTIABLE: 150 euros. Colissimo shipping recommended for France: 30 euros. "Monument of General Lazare Hoche in Weissenthurm near Koblenz" Watercolor drawing. Registration in the margin: "Nuvrid? - Wireshurn or Caesar crossed the Rhine - where the Rhine crossed in 1797 Hoche to go fight the Austrians »Second half of the nineteenth century. Dimensions: Drawing only: Height 24.2 cm x length 32.2 cm. Frame: height 37.2 cm x length 46.2 cm. Provenance: - Count Jules Polydor Le Marois (1802-1870) Son of General Jean Le Marois, he enters the diplomatic career as secretary of embassy. He was elected deputy for the Channel for the district of Valognes in 1834. In 1840, he bought the castle Rosny-sur-Seine (former property of the Duchess of Berry) saving the building from total destruction. In 1849 he was elected to the Legislative Assembly, where he sat with the majority and supported Louis Napoleon Bonaparte. After the coup d'état of Louis-Napoleon Bonaparte, he was appointed senator in 1852, where he supported the restoration of the Empire. Heir to an immense fortune, he collected both ancient and modern painting. Before 1863, he decided to abandon his old hotel in the Rue Blanche to settle in the Champs-Élysées district in a hotel he had built by the architect Henri Parent avenue d'Antin (today avenue Franklin D. Roosevelt). His son, Jean Polydore, was also a member of the Manche. - Louis Hector de Galard from Brassac de Béarn (1802-1871) married to Coralie Constance Eléonore Le Marois (1805-1828) - Josephine de Galard de Brassac de Bearn (1825-1860) married June 18, 1845 with Albert de Broglie, prince de Broglie (1821-1901) son of Prince Leonce Achille Charles Victor de Broglie (1785-1870) and Ida Gustavine Albertine de Staël-Holstein (1797-1838) daughter of the famous Madame de Staël. - Duke Louis Amedee Victor de Broglie (1846-1906) married in 1871 with Pauline de La Forest of Armaillé (1851-1928) - Louis Victor Raymond Pierre de Broglie (1892-1987) Physicist, Academy of Sciences, French Academy, Price Nobel de Physique in 1929. In 1961, the Prince de Broglie was elevated to the dignity of Grand Cross of the Legion of Honor. - By transmission. AFTER THREE YEARS OF PROCEEDING, THE PROCESS OPPOSING THE DESARNAUD GALLERY TO THE OWNER HAS BEEN TAKEN AT THE COMMERCIAL TRIBUNAL OF PARIS ON APRIL 9, THE VERDICT WILL BE DELIVERED AT THE END OF JUNE, UNTIL THAT DATE THE BOUTIQUE STREET OF BEAUNE REMAINS OPEN TO HOURLY HOURS. TOTAL LIQUIDATION BEFORE CLOSURE. Following a non-renewal of the lease and the explosion of the rents of the Parisian shops, the rue de Beaune gallery will close its doors in the course of the year 2019. The whole stock (more than 1500 objects of art, paintings, drawings, engravings, goldsmith's work, furniture ...) will be put online regularly on PROANTIC. Transport costs will be borne by the purchaser. Free delivery possible in Paris and near suburbs except furniture. Upon request, the gallery will be open in the mornings, Mondays and Sundays, public holidays. All the objects not being exposed to the gallery, thank you to inform in advance if you wish to come to see the object.
Price:250 €
Period:19th century
Style:Napoleon 3rd
Condition : Insolé

Material : Aquarelle
Length: 32,2 cm - cadre 46,2 cm
Height : 24,2 cm - cadre 37,2 cm
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first half of the nineteenth century : paintings, drawings, works of art
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