Bonaparte: The First Consul of The French Republic” by Jean Duplessis-Bertaux, Charles F. G. & Son Levachez, and Louis Léopold Boilly
Dive into the era of Napoleon with this meticulously crafted engraving from 1803, brought to life by the collaborative genius of Jean Duplessis-Bertaux (1747-1819), Charles F. G. & Son Levachez (Active 1760-1820), following the original work of Louis Léopold Boilly (1761-1845). This piece, titled “Bonaparte: The First Consul of The French Republic,” is a vibrant hand-colored engraving on wove paper, published by Ouber in the heart of Paris.
The engraving comes with margins and exhibits light-staining, minor surface soiling, and occasional foxing, although it remains in good condition as per a visual inspection, with a detailed examination yet to be conducted outside of its frame.
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Approximately outer dimension of the frame ~22.5×17″.