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|Length||: 25 cm|
|Width||: 15 cm|
|Height||: 27 cm|
|Weight||: 2.5 kg|
|Painting||: Hand painted|
In fact Jacques Louis David, first painter of Napoleon, has made few official art pieces, only seven canvas's, three of the five versions of Bonaparte crossing the Alps (the first for the castle of Saint-Cloud, one for the Invalides and the other for the palace of the Cisalpine Republic), two imperial portraits and two large paintings of the coronation and the distribution of eagles, his last portrait of Napoleon (1811) is a private order. The coronation canvas really marked the spirits with it's huge gallery of portraits, a mixture of convenience and clarity, where the protagonists of the scene did not escape the sharp judgements of the former revolutionary, David. Only the Emperor and Empress escaped the cruelty of the painter, with a rejuvenated and embellished Josephine and coin profile like Napoleon, it is true that both were the only ones not having posed for the piece.
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