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LA HAYE SAINTE

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LA HAYE SAINTE
LA HAYE SAINTE

LA HAYE SAINTE


 

Both Napoleon & Wellington realised the strategic

position of La Haye Sainte

 

A hand-coloured aquatint for sale detailing La Haye Sainte (The Sacred Hedge). The aquatint engraved by Sutherland and published by Jenkins, March 1816. The full title:

'Centre of the British Army at La Haye Sainte June 18th 1815.'

 

Size 37.0 cm x 31.0 cm.

Condition report: The aquatint originally mounted to board. Some light discolouration. Colours remaining clear. Old crease to the left-hand upper corner. Several old framers markings to the reverse of the board.

Description: La Haye Sainte, at the foot of an escarpment on the Charleroi-Brussels road. The road leading  from La Belle Alliance, (Napoleon's H.Q.). The French front-line was located along the road. The Duke of Wellington positioned most of his forces to either side (of the roads behind the ridge on the Brussels side).

Note: The aquatint with action-packed detail and particularly rare.

Additional note: Both Sutherland and Jenkins are known for their collaboration in producing the volume, Naval Achievements. See 'Napoleonic Royal Navy' for examples of engravings from this publication.

 


Price:

375.00

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