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The capture of Constantine, painting

Artist: Charles-Théodore Frère (1814-1888)
Date created: 19th century
Dimensions in cm: 16.5 x 23
Nevers, F. Blandin Porcelain Museum

Oil on canvas. The scene takes place in Algeria at the capture of Constantine. In an atmosphere of collapse a crowd of people and herds of animals flee over the mountains.