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David, Jacques-Louis
 
David, Jacques-Louis Madame Charles-Louis Trudaine (mk05) oil


    Madame Charles-Louis Trudaine (mk05)
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  Gemälde IDENTIFIZIERUNG::  20783
  Leinwand 51 1/4 X 38 1/2~~ (130 X 98 cm) Hat im R. F 670 von 1890 (S/AR) Vermacht
   
 
 
 
 
   

David, Jacques-Louis Helene Galitzine Study for 'Lady in blue' (mk35) oil


    Helene Galitzine Studium für ‚Dame in blau- (mk35)
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  Gemälde IDENTIFIZIERUNG::  24928
  der Helene Galitzine Etude von 1937 Guss ‚La Dame en bleu Kugelschreiber und Indianische Tinte-515 X 38 cm Private Sammlung
   
 
 
 
 
   

David, Jacques-Louis The Oath of the Tennis Court oil


    The Oath of the Tennis Court
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  Gemälde IDENTIFIZIERUNG::  43955
  1791 Pen and brown ink, brown wash with white highlights, 66 x 101 cm
   
 
 
 
 
   

David, Jacques-Louis The Three Horatii Brothers oil


    The Three Horatii Brothers
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  Gemälde IDENTIFIZIERUNG::  62515
  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
   
 
 
 
 
   

David, Jacques-Louis Deputies swearing oaths oil


    Deputies swearing oaths
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  Gemälde IDENTIFIZIERUNG::  62517
  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
   
 
 
 
 
   

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