Georges Cadoudal

Illustration

Harrison W. Mark
by Amable-Paul Coutan
published on 03 July 2023
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Portrait of Georges Cadoudal (1771-1804), a Breton-born leader of the royalist Chouannerie rebellion during the French Revolution (1789-1799). He was executed after conspiring to kill or kidnap Napoleon Bonaparte and restore the Bourbons to the French throne, and he was posthumously named a marshal of France upon the Bourbon Restoration in 1814.

Oil on canvas by Amable-Paul Coutan, 19th century.

Musée d'art et d'histoire de Cholet.

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