Tomas Cipriano de Mosquera. Tres veces Presidente de Colombia.
Horace Vernet, Portrait of General Pablo Morillo. 1822, 55x46 cm, State Hermitage Museum. The most extraordinary example of political censorship of the period occurred in 1822 when all Horace Vernet's submitted paintings to the salon were rejected for political reasons. Vernet reacted by opening his own counter-exhibition in his atelier, exhibiting 45 paintings. This painting belongs to them.