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Français : Orangerie du parc de Saint-Cloud — Coup d'État des 18-19 brumaire an VIII — Le général Bonaparte au Conseil des Cinq-Cents, à Saint Cloud. 10 novembre 1799.
Deutsch: General Bonaparte vor dem Rat der Fünfhundert in Saint Cloud am 10. November 1799.
English: Napoleon Bonaparte in the coup d'état of 18 Brumaire in Saint-Cloud.
Español: El General Bonaparte y el Consejo de los Quinientos, en Saint-Cloud. 10 de noviembre de 1799.
Italiano: Il generale Napoleone Bonaparte nella sala del Consiglio dei Cinquecento a Saint-Cloud (10 novembre del 1799).
日本語: ブリュメール18日のクーデタ(1799.11.09). 議員たちの抵抗をうけるナポレオン.
Lëtzebuergesch: Le général Bonaparte au Conseil des Cinq-Cents, à Saint Cloud. 10 novembre 1799.
Português: O general Bonaparte no Conselho dos Quinhentos.
Русский: Переворот 18 брюмера.
Date 1840
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions 401 × 421 cm (157.9 × 165.7 in)
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