Brandalised Banksy's Graffiti Bonaparte
The Bonaparte artwork by Banksy is located in Paris, France. It was inspired by Jacques-Louis David’s Napolean Crossing the Alps. Much like Banksy’s work, it has a comical and political turn with the red cape blowing over the rider. The piece references the leadership in the country is blind. It’s also a jab to the French law that was established in 2010 prohibiting covering the face in public which included religious coverings.
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