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The Dark Haired Odalisque
Boucher
1745
Girl Reclining
Boucher
1751
The Death of Socrates
DAvid
1787
Thoughts of the Imitatin of Greek Works in Painting and Sculptue,
History of Ancient Art
Winkelmann
The Oath of Horatii
David
1785
French Revolution
1789
The Lictors Returning to Brutus the Bodies of His Sons
David
1789
The Death of Marat
David
1793
Sketch of Marie Antoinette on Her Way to Execution
David
1793
Intervention of the Sabine Women
David
1799
Napoleon Crossing the St. Bernard Pass
David
1801
Napoleon in the Pesthouse at Jaffa
Gros
1804
Napoleon on the Imperial Throne
Ingres
1806
Napoleon in His Study
David
1812
Los Caprichos
The Sleep of Reason Breeds Monsters
All's Well That End's Well
Goya
1799
The Second of May, 1808
The Third of May, 1808
Goya
1814
Raft of the Medusa
Gericault
1819
Massacre at Chios
Delacroix
1827
Death of Sardanapalus
Delacroix
1824
Liberty Leading the People
Delacroix
1831
Louis XIV
Riguad
1701
Academy Rankings
1. History
2. Portraiture, Landscape
3. Genre, Still Life
4. Miniatures, Meat, Animals
Death of Germanicus
Poussin
1627
The Garden of Love
Rubens
1634
Poussinists
Teaches a moral/political lesson. Classicism- authority, regularity, solemnity, severity, clarity
Rubenists
Advocate dynamic compositions, loose brushwork, scenes that relate to the customs and lifestyles of the nobility.
Rococo
After Louis XIV's death-liberation! Themes celebrating aristocracy's tastes, social customs, rituals. Elaborate display of elegant manners, fashionable customs, themes of leisure, pursuit of pleasure, refined entertainment.
Pilgrimage to Cythera
Watteau
1717
Fete Gallante
The depiction of a world suspended from time and place, usually set in pastoral idylls w/attention paid to garlands of flowers, lux foliage, rich/inviting fantasy lands devoted to pursuit of aristocratic entertainment.
The Swing
Fragonard
1766
Marat
Revolutionary journalist. 1793: pres of Jacobins club. Murdered by Charlotte Corday (a Gironidist revolutionary) committed to ideals of antiquity and noble patriotic self-sacrifice.
Reign of Terror
During Jacobins control of state. The persecution of members of the ancien regime and Girondists.
Jacobins Control
1792-1795
The Directory Control
1795-1799
Execution of King and Queen
1793
Marat
Revolutionary journalist. 1793: pres of Jacobins club. Murdered by Charlotte Corday (a Gironidist revolutionary) committed to ideals of antiquity and noble patriotic self-sacrifice.
Reign of Terror
During Jacobins control of state. The persecution of members of the ancien regime and Girondists.
Jacobins Control
1792-1795
The Directory Control
1795-1799
Execution of King and Queen
1793