NAPOLEON • ESCAPE OF VENICE'S MARAUDE
The treaty of 16th May 1797 between the Venetian Republic and Napoleon provided for the consignment of twenty paintings and five hundred manuscripts to the French republic. Napoleon was not only interested in these paintings and manuscripts, but also in medals, world maps, codici marciani, three tomes of Savary’s “Letters on Egypt”. On the 17th October, the French began to prepare their withdrawal: they take with them as much as possible, including Saint Mark’s horses, Veronese’s Wedding at Cana, cameos, arms and tools from the Arsenal and they destroy the Bucintoro.
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Limited Edition of 7
Traditional Hahnemühle Paper 250 gr
Size: 42 x 35 cm • 16.5 x 13.7 inches
Signed by manual embossing and numbered by the artist
The print will be shipped through Private Mail Service
Printed in Paris - France
Napoleon: escape of Venice’s marauder
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