Caricature of the role of Chancellor Metternich during the Revolution of 1848. "Kein Champagner! abgezogenen Johannisberger am Rennweg. - No Champaigne, Johannisberger wine from the Rennweg!", Prince Metternich's home in Vienna.
Count Istvan Szechenyi (1791-1860), known as "The Greatest Hungarian", was a Hungarian politician and writer, one of the founding fathers of "New Hungary" after the revolution of 1848. He is the son of Hungarian statesman Ferenc Szechenyi (40-06-03/16).
Lynching of the Imperial Minister of War Count Latour,
Revolution of 1848: the revolutionaries try to storm
the Palais Royal; because of the fierce resistance of
the garrison, they set fire to the palace water tower.
Many defenders die asphyxiated; the others surrender.
Canvas, 59,5 x 73 cm
Political meeting in Trier, Germany, (birthplace of Karl Marx).
La barricade rue de la Mortellerie,juin 1848 -
Brricade in the Mortellerie,Paris,June 1848.
Painted 1850/51 Canvas,29 x 22 cm
The first uncensored newspapers are sold in the
streets of Vienna after the revolution of 1848.
Watercolour by Johann Nepomuk Hoefel,20,5 x 27 cm
Revolution of 1848: The poet Alphonse de Lamartine
rejects the red flag of the extreme left; the blue-
white-red Tricolore becomes the national flag of the
Oil, 298 x 580 cm
The crowd gathers around the body of the Minister of
War, Count Theodor Baillet de Latour, hanged by
revolutionaries on the square Am Hof, October 6, 1848.
Watercolour by Johann Christian Schoeller.
Training of cavalry horses in front of the Vienna
Arsenal barracks. After the revolution of 1848,
the city of Vienna was surrounded by new barracks
to prevent further uprisings.
Croatian troops under Banus Jellacic storm a barricade
during the siege of Vienna, October 1848.
Ana Ipatescu leading the first group of revolutionaries in Transylvania against Russia in 1848. Canvas; 19th century.
Jean-Baptiste Alphonse Baudin (1811-1851) on the barricades in Saint-Antoine near Paris after the Coup d'État of 2 December 1851. Canvas; 19th century.
Evening on March 15, 1848 in Vienna. Lithograph; 19th century.
Reception of Hungarians in Vienna on March 15, 1848.
Etching; 19th century.
Officer Johann Pollet refuses orders to train his
cannons on the people of Vienna, 1848.
The big barricade on Michaeler Square, summer 1848,
built right under the windows of the Imperial Palace
(background, with cupola). Painting shows the heady
atmosphere, like a popular festival, of those first
revolutionary months. Oil by Ziegler.
Proclamation of the Second French Republic on the
Place de la Concorde,February 14,1848.
The barricade of 1848,also called The wounded
Soldiers disperse demonstrating crowds in front of the
Lower Austrian Diet in Vienna on March 13,1848.
Coloured lithograph,31,5 x 23 cm,by J.Albrecht
A day-labourers' uprising is broken up by the National
Guard in the Vienna Prater on August 23, 1848. The
revolution has split into the victorious liberal
bourgeoisie and the yet unrepresented workmen.
Revolution in St.Marks Square against Austria on March 18, 1848. Coloured engraving.
The Arsenal barracks, Vienna. After the revolution of
1848, the city of Vienna was surrounded by barracks
to prevent further uprisings.
Barricade in the rue Culture-Sainte-Catherine,
August 23 1848.