The young Napoleon Bonaparte.

French Empire style costumes. Young Napoleon Bonaparte. Neo-classicism, Romanticism

Napoleon Bonaparte 1792

The young Napoleon Bonaparte. French Revolution Period.

Bonaparte in 1792 as a frequenter of a six-sous Restaurant in Paris. From a Aquarelle of Eric Pape.

From the Book: Life of Napoleon Bonaparte; (1896) by Sloane, William Milligan.

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Note:  Jupes. Les Modes sous la Revolution. Costume féminin français.

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