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Beautiful lithograph representing Entry of the Crusaders in Constantinople,

Delacroix's painting depicts a famous episode of the Fourth Crusade (12 April 1204), in which the Crusaders abandoned their plan to invade Muslim Egypt and Jerusalem, and instead sacked the Christian (Eastern Orthodox) city of Constantinople, the capital of the Byzantine Empire. The painting shows Baldwin I of Constantinople at the head of a procession through the streets of the city following the assault; on all sides are the city's inhabitants who beg for mercy.

Lithograph printed by Wittmann in 1903, published by Hachette & Cie, Paris.
111 years old print. Book plate print.
Original, not a copy.
Good condition. Slightly damp patches visible on pictures.
Reverse blank.
Protective paper.
Dimensions 11'7 x 8'2 inches or 30 x 21 cm.
Ready to frame.

Shipment by Certified Mail with tracking number. Cardboard tube.
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Entry of the Crusaders in Constantinople. Antique lithograph. 111 years old print. 11'7 x 8'2 inches.


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  • Vintage item from 1900 - 1909
  • Materials: paper, old paper, protective paper
  • Ships worldwide from Spain
  • Feedback: 60 reviews
  • Favorited by: 4 people