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Here are all the paintings of David, Jacques-Louis 01

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62519 Allegory of the French People Offering the Crown and Sceptre to the King David, Jacques-Louis Allegory of the French People Offering the Crown and Sceptre to the King 180 x 110 mm Mus?e du Louvre, Paris This drawing is from Album 7, folio 41 recto. In the spring of 1792 David received a most unexpected commission. This was to paint the king in the act of showing the constitution to his heir, the Dauphin. David was certainly no royalist and the fact that he actually started work on the picture meant that he thought that it could be a positive contribution to the course of the moderate Revolution. As well as studies for Louis XVI Showing the Constitution to his Son, the Dauphin, David also made drawings for an Allegory of the French People Offering the Crown and Sceptre to the King. These paintings were never realized. Author: DAVID, Jacques-Louis Title: Allegory of the French People Offering the Crown and Sceptre to the King Form: graphics , 1801-1850 , French , study
62517 Deputies swearing oaths David, Jacques-Louis Deputies swearing oaths 1791 Pen, ink and wash with black chalk, 490 x 600 mm Mus?e National du Ch?teau, Versailles Such an ambitious project as The Oath of the Tennis Court required an enormous amount of preliminary work and David filled two sketchbooks and many individual sheets with details and figure studies. He went to Versailles and drew the empty tennis court, and experimented with the poses of the deputies. As he had not witnessed the oath, he wrote little notes on his sketches to remind himself of how characters should appear, and which small but telling details to include: 'do not forget to show the deputies moved to tears and holding their hands to their eyes', 'remember to show the dust that was raised by the movement of the action' and 'remember the bell' (used not very successfully by Bailly to call the noisy and animated deputies to order). David saw the oath as a modern and greatly expanded version of the Horatii and the deputies became the equivalents of the heroes of antiquity. Author: DAVID, Jacques-Louis Title: Deputies swearing oaths Form: graphics , 1801-1850 , French , study
62520 Head of the Dead Marat David, Jacques-Louis Head of the Dead Marat black and brown ink, 270 x 210 mm Mus?e National du Ch?teau, Versailles David probably drew Marat while the body was on display and this drawing, with its network of crosshatching in the manner of an engraving, isolates the head and produces a macabre yet powerful portrait of the deceased. As with the final painting (The Death of Marat) there is no suggestion of the violent act that had taken place, and in the four corners David wrote A MARAT /L'AMI/DU PEUPLE/DAVID (To Marat, The Friend of the People, David). Author: DAVID, Jacques-Louis Title: Head of the Dead Marat Form: graphics , 1801-1850 , French , study
24928 Helene Galitzine Study for 'Lady in blue' (mk35) David, Jacques-Louis Helene Galitzine Study for 'Lady in blue' (mk35) 1937 Helene Galitzine Etude pour 'La dame en bleu Pen and Indian ink' 51.5 x 38 cm Private collection
62524 Homer Reciting his Verses to the Greeks David, Jacques-Louis Homer Reciting his Verses to the Greeks 1794 Black and red chalk, pen, ink and wash, 272 x 345 mm Mus?e du Louvre, Paris David also began work in prison on a history painting on the theme of Homer Reciting his Verses to the Greeks; he closely identified with the blind poet of antiquity because of a shared sense of solitude and victimization. Author: DAVID, Jacques-Louis Title: Homer Reciting his Verses to the Greeks Form: graphics , 1801-1850 , French , mythological
62518 Louis XVI Showing the Constitution to his Son David, Jacques-Louis Louis XVI Showing the Constitution to his Son the Dauphin 1792 Graphite, 180 x 110 mm Mus?e du Louvre, Paris This drawing is from Album 7, folio 38 verso. In the spring of 1792 David received a most unexpected commission. This was to paint the king in the act of showing the constitution to his heir, the Dauphin. David was certainly no royalist and the fact that he actually started work on the picture meant that he thought that it could be a positive contribution to the course of the moderate Revolution. As well as studies for Louis XVI Showing the Constitution to his Son, the Dauphin, David also made drawings for an Allegory of the French People Offering the Crown and Sceptre to the King. These paintings were never realized. Author: DAVID, Jacques-Louis Title: Louis XVI Showing the Constitution to his Son, the Dauphin Form: graphics , 1801-1850 , French , study
20783 Madame Charles-Louis Trudaine (mk05) David, Jacques-Louis Madame Charles-Louis Trudaine (mk05) Canvas 51 1/4 x 38 1/2''(130 x 98 cm)Bequeathed in 1890 R.F 670 (S/AR)
79629 Madame Raymond de Verninac David, Jacques-Louis Madame Raymond de Verninac 1798-1799 Medium Oil on canvas cyf
62525 Portrait of Jeanbon Saint-Andr David, Jacques-Louis Portrait of Jeanbon Saint-Andr 1795 Pen, black ink, wash and white highlights, diameter 182 mm Art Institute, Chicago When in prison, David drew an oval portrait of a fellow detainee, the former Protestant minister, Jeanbon Saint-Andr? Politically Saint-Andr?had much in common with David. David's portrait shows him as upright and determined, with no hint of a man subdued by imprisonment. David, however, revealed his personal sense of injustice in an inscription in Latin at the bottom of the drawing: 'A gift of friendship. Solace of affection. David made in chains Year III of the French Republic (1795) Messidor 20.' Author: DAVID, Jacques-Louis Title: Portrait of Jeanbon Saint-Andr? Form: graphics , 1801-1850 , French , portrait
62526 The Arrival at the David, Jacques-Louis The Arrival at the brown and black ink with white highlights, 262 x 408 mm Mus?e du Louvre, Paris The Arrival at the H?tel de Ville was one of the commemorative works planned by David. Author: DAVID, Jacques-Louis Title: The Arrival at the H?tel de Ville Form: graphics , 1801-1850 , French , historical
62522 The English Government David, Jacques-Louis The English Government 1794 Hand coloured etching, 248 x 392 mm Biliotheque Nationale, Paris Painting occupied only a fraction of David's time during the Revolution. He also made designs for civic uniforms, for money and official seals and even produced two crudely drawn and vulgar caricatures that mocked the English. Since the Revolution his views on the English had clearly changed and he no longer felt them to be the epitome of a free nation. According to the print's caption the English government 'is personified by the figure of a Devil skinned alive, monopolizing commerce and covered with all the Royal decorations. The portrait of the king is located at the rear end of the government which vomits on its people a myriad of taxes which overwhelm them.' Author: DAVID, Jacques-Louis Title: The English Government Form: graphics , 1801-1850 , French , other
43955 The Oath of the Tennis Court David, Jacques-Louis The Oath of the Tennis Court 1791 Pen and brown ink, brown wash with white highlights, 66 x 101 cm
62515 The Three Horatii Brothers David, Jacques-Louis The Three Horatii Brothers 1785 Black chalk, wash and white highlights, 580 x 450 mm Mus?e Bonnat, Bayonne David worked in a very methodical manner on The Oath of the Horatii, drawing from life models and draped mannequins, and some very detailed studies survive for many of the main figures. Author: DAVID, Jacques-Louis Title: The Three Horatii Brothers Form: graphics , 1801-1850 , French , study
93718 Verteilung der Adler David, Jacques-Louis Verteilung der Adler 1810(1810) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions Deutsch: 610 x 971 cm cjr
62523 Woman in a Turban David, Jacques-Louis Woman in a Turban 1794 Pen and brown ink, 370 x 260 mm Private collection David worked with great energy while in prison. He made the drawing of a Woman in a Turban in the style of an engraving. He very pointedly inscribed 'J L David did this in chains' (i.e. in prison). Author: DAVID, Jacques-Louis Title: Woman in a Turban Form: graphics , 1801-1850 , French , portrait

David, Jacques-Louis
French Neoclassical Painter, 1748-1825 Jacques-Louis David is famous for his huge, dramatic canvasses of Napoleon and other historical figures, including Oath of the Horatii (1784), Death of Marat (1793) and The Sabine Women (1799). Early in his career he was a leader in the neoclassical movement; later his subjects became more modern and political. David was himself active in the French Revolution as a supporter of Robespierre and is sometimes called the chief propagandist for the Revolution; after the Reign of Terror ended he was briefly imprisoned for his actions. When Napoleon took power David became his court painter and created several grand canvasses of the Emperor, including the heroic Napoleon Bonaparte Crossing the Alps (1801) and the enormous Coronation of Napoleon and Josephine (1807). David also painted Napoleon in His Study (1812),
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