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Just look at this painting. Frederick, Elector of Württemberg (later Frederick I of Württemberg) and Napoleon Bonaparte.
Frederick I of Württemberg was 2,11 m (and about 200 kg, OH MY GOSH) and Napoleon was 1,68 m.
This one will more accurate:
A Soldier, called Major John Andre
He’s not the Major Andre from the American Revolution.
Just a little #research today #costumehistory #filmcostume #periodcorsets #1850
Anna Berthier, Countess of Plaisance, Franz Xaver Winterhalter, 1838. Oil on canvas.
Portrait of a Lady in a Black Gown, George Peter Alexander Healy, 1845. Oil on canvas.
From the collection of Alexandre Vassiliev
"Boner Part" - Graffiti found in Paris, Rue St. Martin.
Guards Cuirassiers of the Second French Empire by Georges Scott from the Anne S. K. Brown Military Collection.
3 Cabinet photos of the eldest daughters of Tsar Nicholas II of Russia; Grand Duchesses Olga, Tatiana & Maria; 1903.
Meanwhile when normal people go to school already, I stress myself over getting my bachelor degree, not even sure if I continue my studies this year or not.
One day untill the defense of my bachelor thesis.
Three days untill my finals.
I don’t even feel prepared.
allright enough of complaining, back to trying.
yes, my Emperor.
I'm stealing your Motivation Mark Schneider Napoleon image, okay? I need it.
:D But of course! There’s this one too.
Pity there’s no Motivation Murat. That’d be a good meme to have on hand for uplifting purposes.
Clearly it is your duty to create one.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Born on this day (08/29/1780): Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres.
"Portrait of Comtesse d’Haussonville" (detail), 1845.