- Other Titles
- Charge of the 4th Hussars at the battle of Friedland, 14 June 1807
- Alternative title
- Vive l'Empereur charge du quatrième hussards à la bataille de Friedland, 14 juin 1807
- Media category
- Materials used
- oil on canvas
- 370.0 x 437.5 cm sight; 376.0 x 445.0 cm stretcher; 445.0 x 512.5 x 14.0 cm frame
- Signature & date
Signed and dated l.r, "Edouard Detaille 1891".
- Purchased 1893
- 19th & 20th c European art
- Accession number
- Artist information
Works in the collection
Referenced in 10 publications
Art Gallery of New South Wales, Art Gallery of New South Wales annual report 2003 [for the year ended 30 June 2003], Sydney, 2003, pp 7, 34, col illus cover page & p 7.
Sarah Couper, Look, ‘Studio visit – Inside the Blue Mountains studio of Gallery framer David Butler’, Sydney, Sep 2017-Oct 2017, pp 64–68: p 68.
Richard Holmes, The Napoleonic Wars experience, 2006, col illus p 36.
Jean Humbert, Edouard Detaille l'heroisme d'un siècle, Paris, 1979, np, plate no 26.
Stewart Laidler and Craig Wilcox, Look, 'Salvation of a neglected work', Sydney, Nov 2002, pp 18–19, col illus p 18.
Lenny Ann Low, Look, 'A day in the life of a painting', Sydney, Mar 2019-Apr 2019, pp 6, 55–60, col illus pp 5, 55–60 (in situ).
Chiara O'Reilly, Journal of the history of collections, vol 32, no 2, 'Collecting French art in the late 1800s at the Art Gallery of New South Wales', Jul 2020, pp 313–25: pp 314, 318–23, col illus p 316, fig 5.
Bernard William Smith, The Boy Adeodatus, Australia, 1984, p 179.
Marius Vachon, Detaille, Paris, 1898, pp 143, 170.
Anna Waldmann, Renée Free and Nicholas Draffin, Salon and Académie: the charm of tradition: a catalogue of nineteenth-century European salon works, Sydney, 1984, pp [7, 22–23], illus p .
Source unknown, Purchased by the AGNSW in Paris 1893