2 Antique 1815 Richard Evans Napoleonic War Horse Officer Engravings 20"



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Two antique Richard Evans hand colored equestrian officer engravings featuring Lieut General Henry William Paget and Field Marshal Von Blucher. Both dressed in official attire with outstretched swords and white horses. Circa 1815.

Nicholson's History of the Wars
Portrait copper plate engraving from the history of the wars occasioned by the French Revolution, London 1815.

Lieutenant General The Marquis of Anglesea'
Henry William Paget, 1st Marquess of Anglesey. Henry William Paget was a British Army officer and politician. This print originates from a series depicting General Officers engaged in the Napoleonic Wars. Published by Richard Evans, Whites Row Spitafields. 1815-1816.

Field Marshal Von Blucher, Prince of Wagstadt
On 16 June 1815, Field Marshal Leberecht von Blücher's Prussians sustained a severe defeat to Napoleon's French army at Ligny. During the battle, Blücher was ridden over by cavalry and lay trapped under his dead horse for several hours, his life saved only by the devotion of his aide-de-camp, Count Nostitz. He was unable to resume command for some hours, and after General August von Gneisenau drew off the defeated army and rallied it, Blücher resumed command and marched two of his corps to Waterloo (18 June 1815) where their late intervention swung the battle in the Allies' favour.


Very good, light wear and distressing commensurate with age and use.


20.25" x 1" x 17.25" / Sans Frame - 12" x 9" (Width x Depth x Height)