Here is a set of paintings, etchings, cartoons, describing the enormity of Napoleon’s defeat and the horror of his army’s retreat from the Russian campaign.
Napoleon orders the execution of partisans, by Alexander Apsit.
Execution, by Vasily Vereshchagin.
Let us pass! by Vasily Vereshchagin.
Denis Davydov, the partisan, by Alexander Apsit.
The captured French, by Illarion Pryanishnikov.(1873).
Stragglers, by Alexander Apsit.
Hussar in the snow, by Wojciech Kossak.
A retreating Frenchman, by Casimir Pulaski.
Retreat from Russia, by Théodore Géricault.
Retreat of the French from Moscow, by Januarius Sukhodolsky.
Two French hussars, by Wojciech Kossak.
Return, by Jerzy Kossak.
Deep in thought, 1812, by Wojciech Kossak.
The flight of the French with families from Russia, by Bogdan Willewalde.
Making dinner ready, by Alexander Apsit.
A hard road, by Jan Chełmiński.
On the road, by Jan Chełmiński.
Retreat from Smolensk, by Adolph Northen.
Retreat of Napoleon from Russia, by Jerzy Kossak.
[Translated excerpts from КНИЖКА С КАРТИНКАМИ.]