National Glory Eugène Beauharnais

PELLERIN19th century

Musée Bertrand
Châteauroux, France

Eugène Rose de Beauharnais is the adopted son of Napoleon I, born of Empress Joséphine's first marriage. A loyal and talented general, it was he who commanded the Fourth Army Corps during the Russian campaign.
The illustrated passage from this National Glory depicts the Battle of Smolensk, Russia, during the summer of 1812. The fight ended with a French victory.


  • Title: National Glory Eugène Beauharnais
  • Creator: PELLERIN
  • Date Created: 19th century
  • Physical Dimensions: H 63.4 x L 48 cm
  • Subject Keywords: Napoléon
  • Type: Photo
  • Rights: © Vincent Escudero
  • Medium: Chromoxylography on laid paper

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