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The "Panthéon de la Guerre" was the world's largest painting ever produced upon its unveiling in 1918. The painting contained over 5,000 life-size portraits of war heroes, royalty and government officials, predominantly French, from the Allies of World War I.

Painting in book folds out to nearly ten feet, with description on the reverse side of reproduction of the painting. All text and images are presented as best as possible given size and condition of book.

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Stockbridge Press


New York & Washington


Panthéon de la guerre, Pierre Carrier-Belleuse, Auguste-Francois Gorguet, World War I, World War I painting, World War I artwork

Panthéon de la guerre; panorama of the world war and its heroes, the largest painting in the world, 402 feet long--45 feet high, painted by twenty-eight famous French artists, assisted by more than one hundred other artists under the direction of Pierre Carrier-Belleuse and Auguste-Francois Gorguet and ...

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