Jean Georges Vibert (French, 1840–1902), "The King of Rome", 1900. The story of Napoleon forcing the Pope to recognize his son as the King of Rome and, hence, heir to a new Holy Roman Empire, was only one episode in a long, tangled relationship between various French governments and the Holy See. - Joslyn Art Museum Omaha Nebraska | Art Museum, Art Classes Omaha Nebraska | Entertainment Omaha
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Been here! Can't wait to go back someday. - "The Louvre in Paris is one of the world’s largest and most visited art museums. Opened in 1793, it is housed in the Louvre Palace. Its exhibits come from such diverse origins as ancient Egypt, classical Greece and Rome, medieval Europe and Napoleonic France."
Spain 1812, French Occupation Two Spanish partisans struggle to dispose of the corpse of a French cuirassier. Mostly by dumping it into a well. The old woman at the entrance carries the helmets and swords of their victim and of another French soldier who presumably has suffered the same fate.