C1814

Blucher the Brave extracting the groan of Abdication from the Corsican BloodHound

Artist:

Thomas Rowlandson - after (1756 - 1827)

Badly beaten at the battle of Ligny Blucher managed to lead his troops against the French right wing at Waterloo and helped seal the Allied victory over Bonaparte. In this print Bulcher is holding a dog with the head of … Read Full Description

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Full Title:

Blucher the Brave extracting the groan of Abdication from the Corsican BloodHound

Date:

C1814

Artist:

Thomas Rowlandson - after (1756 - 1827)

Engraver:

William McCleary 

Condition:

Slight scuffing in sky otherwise fine.

Technique:

Image Size: 

340mm 
x 250mm
AUTHENTICITY
Blucher the Brave extracting the groan of Abdication from the Corsican BloodHound - Antique Print from 1814

Genuine antique
dated:

1814

Description:

Badly beaten at the battle of Ligny Blucher managed to lead his troops against the French right wing at Waterloo and helped seal the Allied victory over Bonaparte. In this print Bulcher is holding a dog with the head of Napolean and it&#8217s tail between it&#8217s legs. Near him a small boat with lies at the edge of the water in which a man climbs in with a sack on his shoulder inscribed ‘20.000 a year’. In the distant is the Island of Elba, above which fly carrion birds.

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