Table Cuirassier Wounded Leaving The Fire After Th. Géricault Hst Nineteenth Century flag


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"Table Cuirassier Wounded Leaving The Fire After Th. Géricault Hst Nineteenth Century"
Painting Wounded Cuirassier Leaving the Fire After Th. Géricault HST 19th century Wounded Cuirassier Leaving the Fire is a painting by Théodore Géricault painted in 1814. Exhibited for the Salon de peinture et de sculpture in 1814, the work was interpreted as a symbol of the debacle of the Napoleonic armies during the campaign in France. Two oil studies are known for this painting, one belongs to the Brooklyn Museum, the other to the Louvre. This painting follows the Charging Imperial Guard's Horse Hunter Officer exhibited at the 1812 Salon. After Théodore Géricault. French school of the XIXth century. Oil on canvas. XIXth century frame. Frame dimensions: 55 x 47.5 cm Frame dimensions: 40 x 32 cm
Price: 900 €
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Artist: D'après Géricault
Period: 19th century
Style: Consulat, Empire
Condition: Bon état

Material: Huile sur toile

Reference: 850258
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Table Cuirassier Wounded Leaving The Fire After Th. Géricault Hst Nineteenth Century
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