Émile Jean-Horace Vernet (30 June 1789 – 17 January 1863)

Horace Vernet, The Soldier on the Field of Battle 1818.

Horace Vernet was a French painter and diplomat. He came from an 
painters dynasty (his grandfather and father were also painters).

Horace Vernet, Mazeppa and the Wolves 1826.

This painting shows a fictional plot from the romantic poem Mazzepa 
written by George Gordon Byron. The poem is about the Ukrainian 
hetman Ivan Mazepa.

Horace Vernet, The Angel of Death (Study) 1841.

Horace Vernet, The Siege of Saragossa 1819.

Horace Vernet, Polish Prometheus 1831.

An allegory of the November Uprising (pl. Powstanie Listopadowe) 
undertaken by the Poles against the Russian Empire, but which 
ended in failure.

Horace Vernet, The Ballad of Lenore or The Dead Go Fast 1839.

An illustration of the ballad "Lenore" by the German poet Gottfried Bürger.

Horace Vernet, Julius II Ordering Bramante, Michelangelo, and Raphael 
to Build the Vatican and Saint Peter's 1827.

Horace Vernet, First Mass in Kabylie 1854.

Horace Vernet, Pierre Joseph François 
Bosquet, Marshal of France 1857.

Horace Vernet, Maiden's Lament.

Horace Vernet, The Angel of Death 1851.

Horace Vernet, Pius VIII brought to the Basilica of 
Saint Peter in Rome, 1829.

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