Napoleon T-Bonaparte

Caroline Shotton
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A humorous hand-varnished canvas on board by lovable cow artist Caroline Shotton.

This colourful piece is a tongue-in-cheek interpretation of the classic ‘Napoleon Crossing the Alps’ by Jacques-Louis David. The original was painted in 1801 to signal the dawn of a new, triumphant century for France following the French Revolution.

For her own version, Caroline has added her own touches of comical realism – and of course her trademark bovine influence!

Image size: 24.0in x 32.0in 61.0cm x 81.3cm
Framed size: 33.0in x 41.0in 83.8cm x 104.1cm
Edition size: 75
Subject: Humour

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