Napoleon:  An Intimate Portrait – Rebranded to: Treasures of Napoleon

The traveling exhibit traced the arc of the Emperor’s life from notations in his military schoolbooks to his last will and testament. Napoleon Bonaparte’s personal gifts to his family were highlighted in addition to his brilliant battlefield strategies. The exhibit contained paintings by artists such as David, Delaroche and Gerard, the sword used for his coronation, Canova sculptures, gold and silver decorative objects, textiles and furniture, including his iconic hat. These stunning artifacts were collected by one individual in Paris.

260 artifacts plus exhibit cases and exhibitry in 6,000 sf., displayed in the following locations:
National Geographic Museum
Washington, DC

Museum of Florida History
Tallahassee, FL

South Carolina State History Museum
Columbia, SC

Oklahoma Museum of Art
Oklahoma City, OK

Old US Mint Museum
New Orleans, LA

National Constitution Center
Philadelphia, PA

Anaheim, CA

Missouri History Museum
St. Louis, MO