A La Vie, A La Mort

France - 1897
35 x 49 in (88 x 124 cm)
ID #LB39x55-Z-72

To life, to death!..

Darmont

Pour etre a Rome imperator Cesar passa le Rubicon, et dit: Alea jacta est! Mais lui, ce soldat temeraire. S'arrete devant un caillou; car ce caillou porte le nom du coup d'Etat du Deux decembre et celui du Dix-huit brumaire. 

Translation: In order to be in Rome, Emperor Caesar passed the Rubicon, and said: The die is cast!  But he, the audacious soldier, stopped before a stone; for on this stone were the names of a coup d'etat from December second and from Brumaire eighteenth.

Pierre Denis

Artist: Xileff

Year: 1897

Condition: Excellent, please note very minor discoloration in the top left corner

Linen-backed on canvas

 

500-1000 death emperor France french life medium millitary Napoleon Original Pierre Denis Rome rubicon size-34-5x49 toc turn of the century vintage poster war Xileff yellow

More from $500 to $1,000


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