Includes bibliographical references (p. 275-294) and index.
|Other titles||Delaroche : history painted|
|LC Classifications||ND553.D35 B35 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||304 p. :|
|Number of Pages||304|
Get this from a library! Paul Delaroche. [Louis-Antoine Prat; Musée du Louvre. Département des arts graphiques.] -- Catalogue de l'exposition présentée au musée du Louvre du 8 mars au 21 mai En , Mme Delaroche-Vernet-Henraux offrait au département . Bann situates Delaroche and his wide-ranging oeuvre in the context of early nineteenth-century visual culture. From his early historical paintings to experimental pieces influenced by photography, the book analyzes each stage of Delaroche’s artistic development—as well as his major masterpieces such as The Execution of Lady Jane Grey and The Princes in the by: Well,after more than a century, Delaroche is receiving the attention he en years ago (),I purchased, at the Wallace Collection shop,in London, two wonderful , a catalogue of Paul Delaroche's paintings in the Wallace Collection,prepared by Stephen Duffy, Wallace Collection's Curator,specialized in 19th Century catalogue was produced on the Cited by: 3. Paul Delaroche This is the first fully illustrated book to be devoted to Delaroche since the publication of a small catalogue raisonné after the artist's death in Stephen Bann's volume also offers the first detailed analysis of Delaroche's major works that seeks to place them within the context of the visual culture of the early.
Paul Delaroche History Painted Stephen Bann Paul Delaroche acquired unmatched celebrity as a painter in the first half of the nineteenth century. His major works, which include The Execution of Lady Jane Grey, The Princess in the Tower and other paintings based on historical events, achieved widespread recognition, leading an Italian critic to remark in that Delaroche was ‘at the summit. Paul Delaroche, in full Hippolyte-Paul Delaroche, (born J , Paris—died Nov. 4, , Paris), painter whose painstakingly realistic historical subjects made him one of the most successful academic artists of midth-century che’s father was an art expert, his uncle was curator of the Cabinet des Estampes, and his brother was the painter Jules-Hippolyte Delaroche. Paul Delaroche acquired unmatched celebrity as a painter in the first half of the nineteenth century. His major works, which include 'The Execution of Lady Jane Grey', 'The Princess in the Tower' and other paintings based on historical events, achieved widespread recognition, leading an Italian critic to remark in that Delaroche was 'at the summit of all living painters'/5(3). Title Marie Antoinette condemned by the Revolutionary Tribunal / from the original painting by Paul Delaroche. Summary Print shows Marie Antoinette, full-length portrait, facing front, with soldiers during her trial by the Revolutionary Tribunal.
Bonaparte Crossing the Alps (also called Napoleon Crossing the Alps, despite the existence of another, more well-known painting with that name) is an – oil-on-canvas portrait of Napoleon Bonaparte, by French artist Paul Delaroche. The painting depicts Bonaparte leading his army through the Alps on a mule, a journey Napoleon and his army of soldiers made in the spring of , in an Artist: Paul Delaroche. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Paul Delaroche, Paintings in the Wallace Collection by Stephen Duffy and Paul Delaroche (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products! "Paul Delaroche () was one of the most celebrated artists of the first half of the nineteenth century. His major paintings, including The Execution of Lady Jane Grey, The Princes in the Tower, The Young Christian Martyr, and other works based on historical events, achieved widespread recognition throughout Europe. DELAROCHE, Paul. b. ; d. Paul Delaroche, one of the foremost history painters of his time, was not, as far as it is known, a photographer, but he was influential in promoting the June he was asked to head a committee to present a report on Daguerre's invention to .