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Napoleon Collection

Napoleon, known as the King of Kings, left an indelible mark on history that still captivates us today

Background imageNapoleon Collection: The King of Kings

The King of Kings -- Jesus Christ surrounded by rulers (kings, queens, emperors, etc) from various countries and periods in history. 1916

Background imageNapoleon Collection: Capture of the Eagle, Waterloo, 1898 (oil on canvas)

Capture of the Eagle, Waterloo, 1898 (oil on canvas)
3431719 Capture of the Eagle, Waterloo, 1898 (oil on canvas) by Sullivan, William Holmes (1836-1908); 61x92 cm; Private Collection; Photo eChristies Images; English, out of copyright

Background imageNapoleon Collection: Map of the Battle of Waterloo, 18th June 1815 (19th century)

Map of the Battle of Waterloo, 18th June 1815 (19th century). Battle plan showing the positions of the British and French armies at the outset of the battle

Background imageNapoleon Collection: Hegel & Napoleon

Hegel & Napoleon
GEORG WILHELM FRIEDRICH HEGEL German philosopher depicted on the occasion of his encounter with the emperor Napoleon at Jena, 1806

Background imageNapoleon Collection: The Battle of Waterloo, 18th June 1815 (oil on canvas)

The Battle of Waterloo, 18th June 1815 (oil on canvas)
BAL209202 The Battle of Waterloo, 18th June 1815 (oil on canvas) by Dighton, Denis (1792-1827); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageNapoleon Collection: Napoleon in the Battle of Waterloo, 1815. The

Napoleon in the Battle of Waterloo, 1815. The French, English and Prussian armies were defeated, which implied the fall of the emperor. Drawing

Background imageNapoleon Collection: MORIARTY POSTER

MORIARTY POSTER
Poster for Moriarty, a Hollywood movie featuring the ex-Professor described by Holmes as the Napoleon of crime Date: circa 1922

Background imageNapoleon Collection: Napoleon / St Helena Map

Napoleon / St Helena Map
NAPOLEON I Map of the island of Saint Helena during his captivity

Background imageNapoleon Collection: Battle of Waterloo

Battle of Waterloo
THE HUNDRED DAYS Battle of WATERLOO The action at 11 am - the French attack Houguemont, Napoleon tempting Wellington to expose his centre

Background imageNapoleon Collection: Napoleon I / Gillray / G III

Napoleon I / Gillray / G III
NAPOLEON I Cartoon of Napoleon I with George III in a Lilliputian context

Background imageNapoleon Collection: Bismarck & Napoleon III

Bismarck & Napoleon III
After the battle of SEDAN, a triumphant Bismarck chats with the defeated Napoleon III

Background imageNapoleon Collection: Charge of the French Cuirassiers at Waterloo, 1874, (c1915). Artist

Charge of the French Cuirassiers at Waterloo, 1874, (c1915). Artist: Felix Henri Emmanuel Philippoteaux
Charge of the French Cuirassiers at Waterloo, 1874, (c1915). Held by the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. From International Art: Past and Present by Alfred Yockney

Background imageNapoleon Collection: Napoleonic Wars. Cuirassier. French Army. Heavy cavalry. Eng

Napoleonic Wars. Cuirassier. French Army. Heavy cavalry. Engraving. 1806

Background imageNapoleon Collection: Napoleon, (1769-1821), c1894-95, (1936). Creator: James Sant

Napoleon, (1769-1821), c1894-95, (1936). Creator: James Sant
Napoleon, (1769-1821), c1894-95, (1936). Last portrait of Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821) commissioned to James Sant (1820-1916)

Background imageNapoleon Collection: Napoleon on St Helena

Napoleon on St Helena
NAPOLEON I French emperor exiled to Saint Helena (guard in background)

Background imageNapoleon Collection: Lefevre - Napoleon K050089

Lefevre - Napoleon K050089
APSLEY HOUSE, London. Detail of the portrait of Napoleon by Robert LEFEVRE (1755-1830)

Background imageNapoleon Collection: French Republican Calendar for 1794 (Year III). Napoleon abolished this calendar

French Republican Calendar for 1794 (Year III). Napoleon abolished this calendar with effect from l January 1806. Design by Louis Philibert Bebucourt (1755-1832), French painter and printmaker

Background imageNapoleon Collection: EVNT2A-00053

EVNT2A-00053
Marshal Ney bringing the French rear-guard out of Russia with heavy losses, 1812. Hand-colored engraving of a 19th century painting

Background imageNapoleon Collection: 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). Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821) surrendered to a British naval officer

Background imageNapoleon Collection: The Garden of Earthly Delights, 1500s

The Garden of Earthly Delights, 1500s. Bosch, Hieronymus (1450?1516). Found in the collection of the Museo del Prado, Madrid

Background imageNapoleon Collection: LEJEUNE, Louis-Fran篩s, baron (1775-1848). Visiting

LEJEUNE, Louis-Fran篩s, baron (1775-1848). Visiting
LEJEUNE, Louis-Fran篩 s, baron (1775-1848). Visiting a Bivouac on the Eve of the Battle of Austerlitz, 1st December 1805, 1808. Oil on canvas. FRANCE. Ό E-DE-FRANCE. YVELINES. Versailles

Background imageNapoleon Collection: Battle of Waterloo, 1815

Battle of Waterloo, 1815
Cavalry charge during Napoleons final battle at Waterloo, 1815. Hand-colored engraving of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageNapoleon Collection: Napoleon and Spyglass

Napoleon and Spyglass
Mounted on his horse Marengo, He watches the progress of a battle with the aid of a spy- glass

Background imageNapoleon Collection: Napoleonic War Cartoon

Napoleonic War Cartoon
NAPOLEON OVER-REACHES HIMSELF He makes a giant stride from the Peninsula to Russia - but this time he has gone too far

Background imageNapoleon Collection: The Battle of Austerlitz on December 2, 1805. Artist: Gerard, Francois Pascal Simon (1770-1837)

The Battle of Austerlitz on December 2, 1805. Artist: Gerard, Francois Pascal Simon (1770-1837)
The Battle of Austerlitz on December 2, 1805. Found in the collection of Musee de l Histoire de France, Chateau de Versailles

Background imageNapoleon Collection: Teenage barmaid, Halfway House, Rame, Cornwall

Teenage barmaid, Halfway House, Rame, Cornwall
Teenage barmaid at the Halfway House, Rame, Cornwall. circa 1980s

Background imageNapoleon Collection: Napoleonic Wars (1796-1815). BATTLE OF THE ROTHIERE (1814

Napoleonic Wars (1796-1815). BATTLE OF THE ROTHIERE (1814-02-01). Napoleon, at the head of a blue division of the guard, recovers the hamlet of Giberie. Colored engraving

Background imageNapoleon Collection: Portrait of Napoleon Bonaparte, Emperor of France

Portrait of Napoleon Bonaparte, Emperor of France
Full-face portrait of Napoleon Bonaparte, Emperor of France (1769-1821). Date: circa 1800

Background imageNapoleon Collection: Paris, France - Champs-Elysees, The Paiva Mansion

Paris, France - Champs-Elysees, The Paiva Mansion. Date: 1902

Background imageNapoleon Collection: OSCAR WILDE (1854-1900). Irish poet, wit and dramatist. Photographed in 1882 in New York City by

OSCAR WILDE (1854-1900). Irish poet, wit and dramatist. Photographed in 1882 in New York City by Napoleon Sarony

Background imageNapoleon Collection: Sophie Blanchard in balloon ascent, Milan

Sophie Blanchard in balloon ascent, Milan
Sophie Blanchard (1778-1819), famous French aeronaut, in a night-time balloon ascent performed in Milan, Italy, in the presence of Napoleon, to mark his 42nd birthday. 15 August 1811

Background imageNapoleon Collection: Napoleon Leaving the Field of Waterloo, 18th June 1815

Napoleon Leaving the Field of Waterloo, 18th June 1815
Artist: Jones, George - Title: Napoleon Leaving the Field of Waterloo, 18th June 1815 - Date: N/A - Original Medium and Size: Oil on Canvas 58.3 x 90

Background imageNapoleon Collection: Map / Europe / France / Paris

Map / Europe / France / Paris
Map showing the growth of Paris from its earliest origins to the latest projects under Napoleon III

Background imageNapoleon Collection: Napoleon returning from Elba

Napoleon returning from Elba
5948948 Napoleon returning from Elba by Steuben, Charles Auguste (1788-1856); Private Collection; (add.info.: Napoleon returning from Elba by Steuben)

Background imageNapoleon Collection: Napoleon Bonaparte, Emperor of France and his family

Napoleon Bonaparte, Emperor of France and his family
Napoleon Bonaparte, Emperor of France (1769-1821), pictured with his two wives, Empress Josephine (de Beauharnais) (1763-1814) and Empress Marie-Louise (of Austria) (1791-1847)

Background imageNapoleon Collection: Buffalo Bills Show

Buffalo Bills Show
BUFFALO BILLs WILD WEST SHOW Bill Codys rough rider extravaganza, featuring scenes of Napoleon, and an onstage artist, Rosa Bonheur

Background imageNapoleon Collection: Blucher and Napoleon

Blucher and Napoleon
Blucher the Brave extracting the Groan of Abdication from the Corsican Bloodhound

Background imageNapoleon Collection: Napoleon (Costume Ord)

Napoleon (Costume Ord)
NAPOLEON BONAPARTE - French Emperor dressed in costume ordinaire

Background imageNapoleon Collection: PROFESSOR MORIARTY

PROFESSOR MORIARTY
THE FINAL PROBLEM The evil professor Moriarty; named by Holmes the Napoleon of Crime'. Date: First published: 1893

Background imageNapoleon Collection: Madame Recamier, 1800 (oil on canvas)

Madame Recamier, 1800 (oil on canvas)
XIR8996 Madame Recamier, 1800 (oil on canvas) by David, Jacques Louis (1748-1825); 174x244 cm; Louvre, Paris, France; French, out of copyright

Background imageNapoleon Collection: Napoleon reviewing his troops. Litography. SPAIN

Napoleon reviewing his troops. Litography. SPAIN. Madrid. National Library

Background imageNapoleon Collection: Napoleon at Waterloo

Napoleon at Waterloo
Napoleon on the battlefield, watched curiously by a Highlander

Background imageNapoleon Collection: Napoleon Meets Josephine

Napoleon Meets Josephine
Josephine Beauharnais is enjoying a sorbet in Vellonis ice-cream parlour when her friend Teresa Tallien presents a young officer, Napoleon Bonaparte

Background imageNapoleon Collection: Imperialism Ww1

Imperialism Ww1
Napoleon to Edward VII: " I wanted to create a French Empire, you a British one -- now theres going to be a German one!"

Background imageNapoleon Collection: Napoleon at Waterloo

Napoleon at Waterloo
As the tide of battle turns against him, he realises that he has lost the battle

Background imageNapoleon Collection: Napoleon in Egypt

Napoleon in Egypt
NAPOLEON I during the Egyptian campaign, 1798

Background imageNapoleon Collection: Napoleon (Defeated)

Napoleon (Defeated)
NAPOLEON, emperor defeated at Fontainebleau, 1814

Background imageNapoleon Collection: Napoleon (David)

Napoleon (David)
NAPOLEON, emperor circa 1804



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Napoleon, known as the King of Kings, left an indelible mark on history that still captivates us today. As we examine the map of the Battle of Waterloo from the 19th century, we are transported back to that fateful day on June 18th, 1815. Hegel's admiration for Napoleon becomes apparent as we delve into their complex relationship and its impact on philosophy. The oil painting depicting the Battle of Waterloo allows us to witness firsthand the chaos and bravery displayed by both sides. It serves as a reminder of Napoleon's strategic genius and his ultimate defeat in this decisive battle. The map showcasing Napoleon's exile on St Helena offers a glimpse into his final years spent far away from power and glory. In another portrayal, we see Napoleon leading his troops fearlessly in the midst of battle at Waterloo in 1815. His unwavering determination shines through even amidst adversity. Gillray's satirical depiction reveals how deeply intertwined politics were with Napoleon's reign during this tumultuous era. The Napoleonic Wars brought forth many heroes, such as the cuirassiers - French heavy cavalry who fought valiantly for their emperor. Their strength and loyalty symbolize the spirit that permeated throughout France during these turbulent times. Stepping away from military matters, let us explore a different side – one depicted in "The Garden of Earthly Delights" from the 1500s. This artwork hints at his grand ambitions beyond warfare; he sought to shape society and culture under his rule. Bismarck's encounter with Napoleon III highlights how influential this enigmatic figure remained long after his reign ended. Even posthumously, he continued to inspire political intrigue and fascination among leaders across Europe. Lastly, gazing upon Moriarty's poster reminds us that even fictional characters can be influenced by historical figures like Napoleon – their cunning minds echoing echoes those attributed to him.