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The Battle of Wagram, July 5th & 6th, 1809: by Victor Adam

Price:   $ 195.00
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The Battle of Wagram was the final conflict of Napoleon’s 1809 Danube campaign and resulted in the Treaty of Pressburg, signed in Vienna at the Schonbrunn in October of that year. It was one of Napoleon’s bloodiest battles, fought on the plain of Marchfeld, eleven and one half miles north east of the City. Here it was that Macdonald won his Marshal’s baton, Bernadotte was disgraced and where Lasalle, ‘the beau sabreur’ of Napoleon’s cavalry, finally met his Hussar’s death.   This magnificent print, from the original oil painting by Adam, is 38 ½ x 25 ¾ inches, the image size is 35 ½ x 21 ¼ inches, printed on acid free art stock and available in an edition of 500; only 15copies remain. remain.