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Choose from 7 pictures in our Bovinet collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Napoleon goes aboard the Northumberland for his journey to St Helena, 8 August 1815, (c1850)
Napoleon goes aboard the Northumberland for his journey to St Helena, 8 August 1815, (c1850)
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Bombardment of Madrid, 4 December 1808, (c1850). Artist: Edme Bovinet
Bombardment of Madrid, 4 December 1808, (c1850). Artist: Edme Bovinet
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Battle of Abensberg, 20 April 1809, (c1850). Artist: Edme Bovinet
Battle of Abensberg, 20 April 1809, (c1850). Artist: Edme Bovinet
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The Battle of Eylau, 9 February 1807, (c1850). Artist: Edme Bovinet
The Battle of Eylau, 9 February 1807, (c1850). Artist: Edme Bovinet
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Entry of the French into Berlin, 27 October 1806, (c1850). Artist: Edme Bovinet
Entry of the French into Berlin, 27 October 1806, (c1850). Artist: Edme Bovinet
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Battle near Jena, 14 October 1806, (c1850). Artist: Edme Bovinet
Battle near Jena, 14 October 1806, (c1850). Artist: Edme Bovinet
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The Imperial Guard Manoeuvring in the Presence of the Two Emperors at Tilsit, 28 June 1807
The Imperial Guard Manoeuvring in the Presence of the Two Emperors at Tilsit, 28 June 1807
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Battle near Jena, 14 October 1806, (c1850). Artist: Edme Bovinet Featured Image

Battle near Jena, 14 October 1806, (c1850). Artist: Edme Bovinet

Battle near Jena, 14 October 1806, (c1850). The battle of Jena in Germany began with the chance evening meeting of Marshal Lannes corps with a Prussian force of 35, 000 men under General Friedrich Hohenloe. At 1pm, Napoleon ordered a general advance and within two hours the exhausted Prussians gave way, fleeing the field and trying to avoid the sabres of Marshal Murat's horsemen. Jena cost Bonaparte some 5000 men, but the Prussians had a staggering 25, 000 casualties. Print from a series depicting the campaigns of Napoleon I, published c1850

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