In this painting we see Napoleon again at his coronation however, this one looks to be after the ceremony. Once again Napoleon is shown in the regal colors red, gold and white, but also his clothing is very plush, clean and elegant. Looking to his shoes, they would not be worn outside at all and most likely worn only in the palace, not the shoes of a commoner. In this painting though, Napoleon is holding an orb with the cross above it symbolizing that Christ reigns over the world and that he is the Defender of the Faith, again they do not just hand these out on the street. Next we see he is holding a scepter with an eagle on top. Again we see a very powerful and noble animal associated with royalty adorning him. However, in this painting we see Napoleon again with the laurel on, but the crown seems to be to the side letting people know he is higher than just a king.