Study for "Napoleon at Eylau"
|Caption||This drawing is squared in preparation for transfer; the majority of the figures merely blocked in. Just left of center Napoleon is shown astride a horse. His right arm extended to the left of the drawing to a group of three figures gathered around a man on the ground. Behind them a group of figures with a rider with his back turned. On the right of the drawing a larger group of soldiers and horses, struggling. The foreground shows three groupings of wounded and killed. Made in: France. Date: 1810s. Record ID: chndm_1938-57-1621.|
|Creator||Charles Meynier, attributed to (1768 – 1832)|
|Artwork medium||Artificial black chalk, with white chalk, on thick, grey-green silked paper|
|Credit||Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum|
|drawing squared preparation transfer majority figures merely blocked Charles Meynier|
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|YCH014994||5,152 x 3,377 pixels||0|
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