The marriage between Gaston of Orleans and Dona Isabel of Braganza at the Imperial Chapel
War against Paraguay: The Emperor of Brazil with his two sons-in-law, the Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha and the Count of Eu, in Alegrete, southern Brazil
painting represents the moment when the Count of Eu is unable to continue the attack against the Paraguayans by his aide-de-camp, Captain Almeida Castro, who holds the reins of the horse ridden by Gaston.
portrait of the Princess Imperial and the Count of Eu with their son Pedro, Prince of Grão-Pará, by Karl Ernst Papf
or Dom Gastão de Orleães, Marshal of the Army
surrounded by a crowd on his arrival to the northern region of Brazil.
with his grandson, P during the First World War.