'Count Jean Rapp', c1800, (c1835), (1896). General Count Jean Rapp (1771-1821) was a French Army officer during the French Revolutionary Wars and the Napoleonic Wars. Rapp was Sub-Lieutenant in 1794, aide-de-camp to Desaix, captain in 1796 and squadron chief in 1798, Napoleon Bonaparte?s aide-de-camp from 1800 until 1814, Brigadier General in 1803, Division General in 1804. He took part in all the great campaigns of the Empire. Engraving after the painting made c1835 by Edouard Cibot. It was commissioned for the Palace of Versailles and is a 'copy of a work now los't. From Life of Napoleon Bonaparte, Volume III, by William Milligan Sloane. [The Century Co., New York, 1896]
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