The two images are taken from the artist J.L.David's Coronation painting. It is and will always be my most favorite image of Napoleon.
And speaking of image, I believe that J.L. David could be considered the greatest spin doctor of his time. He found a way to present Napoleon in a way that would impress and move people.
David attended the actual coronation. He made quite a few sketches including this one of Josephine. I know that the sketches have been in various galleries, but I have not seen them myself. Napoleon had quite a bit to say about these draft sketches and many changes were made before the final painting was started and ultimately completed. One of the biggest change was addition of Nappy's Mom who did not attend out of spite, but who Napoleon had painted in anyway. Oh and the half hearted wave/blessing from the Pope never happened.
Apparently David had not planned to make the crowning of Josephine the focal point. He ultimately changed his mind and the painting is much more moving because of that choice.
"David decided to feature this moment in the ceremony to make Napoleon
appear more generous and less self-serving. "