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- Object: Napoleon taken on the parade
Portrait of Emperor Napoléon I, in uniform, standing full-length in profile to the left, arms folded; a landscape in the background. 1808
Hand-coloured etching, with some stipple; print cut and pasted onto sheet, with tricolore cockade (green, white, red) pasted on verso and visible through cut-out opening
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Height: 185 millimetres (cut)
Width: 127 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- After a design by Dähling executed during Napoleon's visit in Berlin in 1806. The catalogue of the De Vinck collection indicates it was reproduced in several occasions, notably by J. F. Arnold (De Vinck 7871); a portrait by Debucourt (Fenaille 199) also derives from it.
Inscription recorded by Grosvenor prints as 'Engraved by Jas. Wallis (34 Fetter Lane) From a Drawg. By J. Dahting [sic] / Publish'd May 2, 1808, by John Wallis, Junr. at his Map & Print Warehouse, 188. Strand, London'.
- Not on display
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