This page shows images of Clausewitz's great 19th-century competitor, the Swiss/French historian and theorist Antoine-Henri Jomini (1779-1869). See Wikipedia articles on him in English, French, German, and Russian. We were dubious about some of the images but have now confirmed most of them. Also see bibliographical data on Jomini.
We believe that this drawing, a study for a painting of Jomini in late middle-age (by Marc-Charles-Gabriel Gleyre in 1859), is in the collection of the town museum of Payerne, Switzerland (Jomini's home town), which maintains a permanent exposition on him.. See more variations on this study below.
Jomini's tomb, Montmartre, 1869
Above and below: portrait of General Jomini. Oil on canvas by Marc-Charles-Gabriel Gleyre, circa 1858 (Cantonal Museum of Fine Arts in Lausanne; photograph Jean-Claude Ducret). By official order of the Vaud Council of State in 1858, the portrait was executed in Paris by Charles Gleyre and delivered to Lausanne in 1859. The model wears the uniform of lieutenant-general of the Russian army, his last military rank, and sports the decorations received from the Tsar and Louis XVIII.
Click picture above for a much larger image.
See below some preparatory studies.
Jomini:Antoine de Jomini, buste en bronze, d'après un
plâtre de Adèle d'Affry, alias Marcello, 1864
(from Wikimedia Commons)
A bust in Jomini's hometown, Payerne, Switzerland.
A fuller view.
Jomini, by Hungarian artist Mihály Zichy (in German Michael von Zichy, 1827–1906.
By George Dawe (1781–1829). Dr. Jonathan Abel tells us (13 OCT 2021) that this portrait was probably painted before 1825, according to the provenance provided by The Hermitage, in Saint Persburg, Russia, which holds the painting in its collection.
Antoine-Henri de Jomini, by Jean Desire Muneret (1811)
(Jomini morphing into Clausewitz.)
Antoine-Henri Jomini, 1820s. Artist unidentified.
One of 6 pages starring Jomini from the comic-book series It Really Happened.
This appeared in 1944. See relevant blog post.
Jomin, very aged.
The picture below is Antoine-Henry Jomini's son, the Russian diplomat
Alexander Jomini (or Zhomini) (1814-1888).