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Longwood Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 12 pictures in our Longwood collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Scapegoat Hill, Huddersfield, England
Scapegoat Hill, Huddersfield, England
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Scenes from the Barbary coast of Africa, 1820
Scenes from the Barbary coast of Africa, 1820
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The Grave of Napoleon I, St Helena
The Grave of Napoleon I, St Helena
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The Senator - Big Tree Park, Longwood, Florida, USA
The Senator - Big Tree Park, Longwood, Florida, USA
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Longwood House, St Helena
Longwood House, St Helena
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Fire at Longwood
Fire at Longwood
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Longwood House
Longwood House
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Walking at Saint Helena
Walking at Saint Helena
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Tent on Saint Helena
Tent on Saint Helena
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Lowe at St Helena
Lowe at St Helena
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Longwood, St Helena
Longwood, St Helena
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Napoleon on St Helena
Napoleon on St Helena
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The Grave of Napoleon I, St Helena Featured Image

The Grave of Napoleon I, St Helena

The grave of Napoleon I (Bonaparte), Emperor of France on St Helena, where he was initially buried after his death in May 1821. In 1840, King Louis-Philippe, obtained permission from the British to return Napoleon's remains to France. The remains were transported aboard the frigate Belle-Poule, which had been painted black for the occasion and on 29th November she arrived in Cherbourg. The remains were transferred to the steamship Normandie, which transported them to Le Havre, up the Seine to Rouen and on to Paris. On 15th December, a state funeral was held. The hearse proceeded from the Arc de Triomphe down the Champs-Elysees, across the Place de la Concorde to the Esplanade des Invalides and then to the cupola in St Jerome's Chapel, where it stayed until the tomb designed by Louis Visconti was completed. In 1861, Napoleon's remains were entombed in a porphyry sarcophagus in the crypt under the dome at Les Invalides. Date: circa 1930s