Arch of the Carrousel.
19th c French Neoclassical Architecture
(1764 - 1838)
Done with Leonard Fontaine. The arch was a monument to Napoleon's Victory at Austerlitz. It was decorated with reliefs of his victories carved by a variety of sculptors: The Battle of Austerlitz by Jean-Joseph Esperciex; The Entry into Vienna by Louis Pierre Deseine; The Surrender at Ulm by Pierre Cartelier; The Peace of Pressbiurg by Jacaques Philippe Lesueur; Napoleon Entering Munch by Clodion; the Tilset Conference and the Meeting of the Two Emperors by Etiene Jules Ramey.
PERCIER | Arch of the Carrousel. | c. 1806-1807 | French | Neoclassic
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