Yves Herman/Reuters - Reencenação da batalha que comemora os 200 anos da Batalha de Waterloo, na Bélgica.Foto:Yves Herman/Reuters
Waterloo, to raise money for the upkeep of certain areas of the battlefield, It depicts an incident in the battle when Capt Cavalie Mercer (moustache on horseback) held his ground against the massed ranks of French cavalry despite being told to retreat to the British squares. It took over a year to finish the 2 paintings with a lot of research involved, Oil on canvas, 45" x 30"-Art of Karl Kopinski
Mapa Batalha de Waterloo
De Slag bij Waterloo Rijksmuseum. Jan Willem Pieneman (1779-1853). 1824.The Battle of Waterloo,18 June 1815.View of the battle field on the moment that the British commander Wellington receives the message that help from Prussian troops is underway.Bottom left the wounded Prince of Orange is being carried away.The commanders and other officers are depicted in the center on horseback.Bottom right a number of wounded and dead soldiers.
This is Count van der Burch who was authorized in February 1814 by the allied military authority to raise a regiment of light horse.His Cavalry regiment was incorporated in September 1814 into the emerging Dutch-Belgian army.On 7 June 1815,it became the Se Light Dragoons,under the command of lieutenant-colonel de Mercx.It fought with distinction in the Battle of Quatre-Bras and Waterloo.It subsequently gave birth to the 1st regiment of Lancers of the Belgian Army,which has retained,from its…
The Battle of Waterloo,18 June 1815,detail showing the Duke of Wellington on horseback.1824:Jan Willem Pieneman.In the background the battle is raging.The people portrayed include Lord Uxbridge,Sir Rowland Hill,Staff Colonel Sir William Delancey,Major-General George Cooke,Colonel Harvey, Colonel Campbell,lieutenant-general Don Miquel de Alava,lieutenant-colonel F.C.Ponsonby,Major William Thornhill,Jean Victor,baron De Constant de Rebeque,Colonel Sir John Elley,lieutenant-colonel Aberson,
Plate F from 'An Historical Account of the Campaign in the Netherlands'by William Mudford (1817). "Skirt of the Forêt de Soigné, with a distant view of the village of Mont St. Jean. The Life Guards bivouacked here, on the night of the 17th, and the view represents the trees as they appeared when it was taken, namely, with the bark destroyed by the horses". Engraver James Rouse.The Battle of Waterloo: An Historical Account of the Campaign in the Netherlands London: Henry Colburn, 1817.
Le Dernier Grenadier De Waterloo (The Last Grenadier of Waterloo), before 1863,Horace Vernet (1789-1863) oil on canvas,55.6×46 cm,Private collection.
Plate B from 'An Historical Account of the Campaign in the Netherlands' by William Mudford (1817). "Entrance to the Forêt de Soigné, where the two roads from Brussels meet". Engraver James Rouse Source The Battle of Waterloo: An Historical Account of the Campaign in the Netherlands London:Henry Colburn, 1817.
Battle of Waterloo : 4pm Ney's Great Cavalry Attack. britishbattles.com