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Viva L Empereur after Edouard Detaille.


Viva L Empereur after Edouard Detaille.

Charge of the 4th Regiment of Hussars at the Battle of Friedland, June 14th 1807.
Item Code : DHM0325Viva L Empereur after Edouard Detaille. - This Edition
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Other editions of this item : Viva L Empereur after Edouard Detaille DHM0325
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PRINT Open edition print.

This superb print has been taken form a coloured lithograph produced around 1900. The colours are not as vivid as the original, but due to the amount of damage to the original painting it was decided to reproduce this fine lithograph version.
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This superb print has been taken form a coloured lithograph produced around 1900. The colours are not as vivid as the original, but due to the amount of damage to the original painting it was decided to reproduce this fine lithograph version.
Image size 23 inches x 18 inches (58cm x 46cm)none£10 Off!Now : £40.00VIEW EDITION...
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