Fabulous 14-1/4" France Pre-1900 Hand Painted Battle Scene of the "Wounded Cuirassier" Charger Originally Painted by "Theodore Gericault"
This is a fine example of an early Pre-1900 battle scene hand painted unmarked France Charger depicting the "Wounded Cuirassier" originally painted by Theodore Gericault in 1814.
Jean-Louis André Théodore Géricault, who lived from 26 September 1791 – 26 January 1824) was an influential French painter and lithographer, known for The Raft of the Medusa, The Charging Chasseur, and the Wounded Cuirassier as well as other paintings. Although he died young, he was one of the pioneers of the Romantic movement.
This wonderful action scene France hand painted Pre-1900 Charger, which measures 14'1/4" wide, depicts a wounded Cavalry Officer holding his stead with one hand while leaning on his hand spear with the other hand. The famous battle scene is known as the "Wounded Cuirassier".
The France Battle Scene hand painted Charger is in excellent condition and totally free of chips, cracks, or other damage with very light wear.
The outstanding Battle Scene hand painted French Charger is signed on the front "Cuirassier d'apeir Gericault". The wonderful Charger depicts a scene originally painted by the French Artist, Theodore Gericault in 1814.
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