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
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.