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List of illustrations

  • The Panorama of the Battle of Eylau
  • The Panorama of the Battle of Eylau
  • The Triumph of the French Armies
  • Bonaparte on the Bridge of Arcole
  • Napoleon Crossing the Alps
  • The Triumph of Alexander
  • Louis XIV Crossing into the Netherlands at Lobith
  • Siege of Besançon by Condé in 1764
  • The Battle of Jemappes Fought and Won by the French over the Austrians
  • The Victory of the French at the Battle of Jemappes
  • First View of the Battle of Jemappes
  • The Reading of the Bulletin of the Grande Armée
  • The Reading of the Bulletin of the Grande Armée, detail
  • Map of the Kingdom of Prussia, Poland and Lithuania, Where One Can Follow the Exact Path Taken by the French Army
  • Map of the Theater of War in Italy
  • Passage of the Po at Plaisance
  • Passage of the Po at Plaisance
  • Battle of Nazareth
  • Map of the Battlefield of Nazareth Sent by General Junot
  • Schematic Drawing of the Battle of Nazareth Based on the Map Sent by General Junot
  • The Battle of Marengo
  • Napoleon on the Battlefield of Eylau
  • The Battle of Austerlitz
  • The Battle of Aboukir
  • Battle of the Pyramids, July 21, 1798
  • The Battle of Aboukir
  • The Battle of the Pyramids
  • The Battle of Aboukir, detail
  • The Battle of Aboukir, detail
  • Bonaparte Visiting the Plague Victims at Jaffa
  • Bonaparte, First Consul, Standing on the Tallest Pyramid in Egypt
  • The Battle of Aboukir
  • The Peninsula of Aboukir
  • The Battle of Aboukir, detail
  • I Am on Pins and Needles
  • Wounded French Soldiers Entering Paris after the Battle of Montmirail, 17 February 1814
  • Russian Prisoners Marching on the Boulevard Saint-Martin after the Battle of Montmirail, 17 February 1814
  • The Encampment of Allied Russian and English Troops in Paris in 1815
  • View of the Monastery and the Ancient Bulls of Guisando, on the Banks of the Albergo, in Castilla, 1817
  • View of the Monastery and the Ancient Bulls of Guisando, on the Banks of the Albergo, in Castilla, 1817, detail
  • View of the Attack on the Grand Convoy, near Salinas
  • View of the Attack on the Grand Convoy, near Salinas, detail
  • The Battle of Tolosa
  • The Entry of Henri IV into Paris
  • The Battle of Somosierra
  • The Battle of Somosierra, detail
  • The Capture of the Trocadero
  • The Battle of Montmirail
  • The Battle of Hanau
  • The Battle of Jemappes
  • The Clichy Gate: The Defense of Paris, March 30, 1814
  • The Battle of Montmirail, detail
  • Merchant of Lithographic Drawings
  • Are You Serious?
  • Look at Austerlitz at the Moment When It Trembled!
  • In the Environs of a Ball
  • The Death of Poniatowski
  • Peace and War
  • The Crossing of the Arcole Bridge
  • Bonaparte at the Bridge of Arcole
  • The Crossing of the Arcole Bridge
  • General Pierre Augereau at the Bridge of Arcole
  • The Crossing of the Arcole Bridge
  • The Crossing of the Arcole Bridge, detail
  • The Crossing of the Arcole Bridge, detail
  • The Crossing of the Arcole Bridge, detail
  • The Crossing of the Arcole Bridge
  • Napoleon on the Arcole Bridge
  • Advertising poster, Napoleon on the Arcole Bridge, detail
  • Rue Transnonain, 15 April 1834
  • Gallery of Battles, installation view
  • Louis-Philippe Inaugurates the Gallery of Battles, June 10, 1837
  • Lanterne Magique. Bataille de Jemappes. Bataille de Valmy. Le montreur est Louis-Philippe qui commente pour les badauds
  • The Battle of Jena
  • Battle of Friedland
  • Battle of Wagram
  • Louis-Antoine of Artois, Duke of Angoulême
  • Bonaparte, Commander in Chief of the Army of Egypt
  • The Master's Eye
  • The Battle of Tolbiac
  • The Battle of Taillebourg
  • Music, Painting, and Sculpture
  • The Fire of Moscow, studies for
  • The Fire of Moscow, studies for
  • The Atelier of Horace Vernet
  • Episode of the Battle of Navarino, October 20, 1827
  • Rotunda of the Panorama of the Battle of Navarino
  • The Siege of Constantine, installation view
  • Capture of the Smalah of Abd-el-Kader by the Duc d’Aumale at Taguin, 16 May 1843, installation view
  • The Siege of Constantine: The Enemy Pushed Back from the Top of Coudiat-Ati, October 10, 1837
  • The Siege of Constantine: The Columns Begin Their Movement, October 13, 1837
  • The Siege of Constantine: The Assault, October 13, 1837
  • The Siege of Constantine, detail
  • Study for The Columns Prepare for the Assault
  • The Siege of Constantine, detail
  • The Siege of Constantine: The Assault, October 13, 1837, detail
  • The Siege of Constantine: The Assault, October 13, 1837, detail
  • The Siege of Constantine: The Assault, October 13, 1837, detail
  • The Capture of the Smala of Abd-el-Kader by the Duke d'Aumale at Taguin, May 16, 1843
  • Capture of the Smalah of Abd-el-Kader by the Duc d’Aumale at Taguin, 16 May 1843, detail
  • Capture of the Smalah of Abd-el-Kader by the Duc d’Aumale at Taguin, 16 May 1843, detail
  • Capture of the Smalah of Abd-el-Kader by the Duc d’Aumale at Taguin, 16 May 1843, detail
  • Capture of the Smalah of Abd-el-Kader by the Duc d’Aumale at Taguin, 16 May 1843, detail
  • Capture of the Smalah of Abd-el-Kader by the Duc d’Aumale at Taguin, 16 May 1843, detail
  • L'Illustration
  • L'Illustration
  • The Charge of the Light Brigade
  • L'Illustration
  • Panorama of Sebastopol, Taken from the Malakoff Tower
  • Panorama of Sebastopol, Taken from the Malakoff Tower
  • Panorama of Sebastopol, Taken from the Malakoff Tower
  • The St. Nicolas Fort
  • The St. Nicolas Fort
  • The St. Nicolas Fort
  • L'Illustration
  • View of Kamiesch Taken from the Port
  • Kamiesch: Panorama of the City and of the Port
  • View of Kamiesch Taken from the Port, detail
  • Kamiesch: Panorama of the City and of the Port, detail
  • Siege of Sebastopol: Panorama of the Left Attacks Seen from the Observatory of Marshal Canrobert
  • Siege of Sebastopol: Panorama of the Left Attacks Seen from the Extreme Left
  • The Clock Tower
  • The Clock Tower, detail
  • Craters in Front of the Bastion du Mat
  • Hell
  • Shell Holes Illuminated by Flares near Dontrien
  • View of the Central Bastion
  • Right View of the Bastion du Mat
  • The Capture of the Malakoff Tower
  • The Malakoff Gorge
  • The Malakoff Courtine
  • The Capture of the Malakoff Tower, detail
  • The Capture of the Malakoff Tower
  • The Capture of the Malakoff Tower
  • The Capture of the Malakoff Tower
  • View of a Room at the Salon of 1857
  • The Capture of the Malakoff Tower
  • The Capture of the Malakoff Tower
  • Fragment du tableau d’Adolphe Yvon
  • Charles Nègre's Assistant Examining a Proof in the Courtyard of the Studio
  • Charles Nègre's Assistant Examining a Proof in the Courtyard of the Studio, detail
  • The Dream
  • In Front of Detaille's 'The Dream' (Devant 'Le Rêve' de Detaille)
  • Atonement
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~It is my pleasure and honor to thank the people and institutions who made this book possible. My decision to study French nineteenth-century art history owes everything to Darcy Grimaldo-Grigsby, whose mentorship I was lucky enough to receive as an undergraduate at UC Berkeley. This project first began as my doctoral dissertation in the Department of the History of...
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~A unique series of eighteen photographs is the most complete extant visual record of Jean-Charles Langlois’s Panorama of the Battle of Eylau, which...
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~An extraordinary engraving entitled The Triumph of the French Armies, published in 1797, represents four French army generals in the process of reconfiguring a monumental map of Europe (fig. 3). The map’s pieces are seized by four French...
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~At the Salon of 1817, the first held after the definitive return of the Bourbons to the French throne and while France was still occupied by...
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~On June 10, 1837, the “citizen king” of the July Monarchy, Louis-Philippe, unveiled the newly completed Musée Historique de Versailles to a crowd composed of France’s most elite citizens. Over 1,500 aristocrats, politicians, journalists, writers...
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~In Stendhal’s 1839 novel The Charterhouse of Parma, the protagonist, Fabrice del Dongo, finds himself in the middle of the battle of Waterloo, where he struggles to make sense of the swirling chaos. Fabrice is unable to decipher the events going on around him because they do...
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~The Crimean War might seem a curious place to end this book, given the fact that Napoleon III’s campaigns in Italy and the disastrous Franco-Prussian War of 1870 also generated a...
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