Louis XVIII sits on a throne surrounded by bowing marshals who offer their loyalty

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Louis XVIII sits on a throne surrounded by bowing marshals who offer their loyalty. Coloured etching by G Cruikshank, 1814. A satire on the speedy re-affiliation of the marshals after the abdication of Napoleon Next to Louis XVIII is Talleyrand. Among the marshals is Soult (also to serve for Louis-Philippe) who carries on his back various pictures looted from Spain. Created 1 June 1814. Contributors: George Cruikshank (1792–1878). Work ID: htzkvd63.

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