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General Nicolas Jean-de-Dieu Soult in Savona

  • lithography, paper
  • Inv. 2013-YD

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Marshal General Jean-de-Dieu Soult, 1st Duke of Dalmatia (1769-1851) was a French general and statesman, named Marshal of the Empire in 1804 and often called Marshal Soult. Soult was one of only six officers in French history to receive the distinction of Marshal General of France. The Duke also served three times as President of the Council of Ministers, or Prime Minister of France.


Auguste Bry RKD
Paris 1805 - Paris 1880

H. Lalais

Title General Nicolas Jean-de-Dieu Soult in Savona
Period 19th century
Location Paris TGN
Medium and support lithography AAT
Signatures, inscriptions, and markings inscription outside the depiction, top left: 1800-An VIII.
inscription outside the depiction, top centre: Veillées militaires
inscription outside the depiction, top right: N°.3
inscription outside the depiction, bottom left: H. Lalaisse Del.
inscription outside the depiction, centre below: Le Général Soult à Savone.
inscription bottom right, outside the depiction: Lith. de Auguste Bry, rue du Bac, 134
inscription: Direction Génerale Rue Dauphine, 26.
inscription: 9942
Collection print room
Object type lithographs AAT
reproductive prints AAT
Inventory number 2013-YD
Acquisition credit unknown
Current whereabouts Work currently not on display
IIIF Manifest
Art & Architecture Thesaurus 300189808 figures (representations) AAT
300015637 portraits AAT
Keywords Iconclass 31A71 male sex; man Iconclass
31D14 adult man Iconclass
44A31 banner, standard (as symbol of the state, etc.) Iconclass
44C34 politician, e.g. party leader Iconclass
45D311 commander-in-chief, general, marshal Iconclass
45D313 private soldier Iconclass
45H battle, fighting in general Iconclass
45H1 (military) attack Iconclass
48(+431) art (+ copy, copying ~ work of art) Iconclass
61B2 historical persons Iconclass
61E(SAVONA) names of cities and villages (SAVONA) Iconclass
School / Style Romantic (modern European styles) AAT
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