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  • French revolution

    1. 1. The Revolution Arrived, Then It Was Drawn "Liberty Leading the People," Eugene Delacroix
    2. 2. Jacques-Louis David Eugene Delacroix 1748-1825 1798-1863
    3. 3. Jacques-Louis David, "Madame Recamier," 1800
    4. 4. David, "Intervention of the Sabine Women"
    5. 5. David,"BonaparteCrossing theSt. Bernard Pass"
    6. 6. David, "The Coronation of Napoleon"
    7. 7. Pierre-Narcisse Guerin, "Phaedra and Hippolyte"
    8. 8. Anne-Louise Girodet de Roucy-Trioson, "Revolt at Cairo"
    9. 9. Anne-Louis Girodet de Roucy-Trioson (1767-1824), Injured Turk, FallingBackward, Black chalk and pastel, withstumping, heightened with white chalk, on beige paper.
    10. 10. Girodet,"Judgment of Midas"
    11. 11. Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres(1780-1867)
    12. 12. Ingres, "Antiochus and Stratonice"
    13. 13. Ingres,"Madame Louis-Francois Bertin"
    14. 14. Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres(1780-1867)
    15. 15. Hippolyte Flandrin (1809-1864),Double Self-Portrait of Hippolyte andPaul Flandrin, 1835
    16. 16. Theodore Gericault
    17. 17. Pierre-Paul Prud’hon (1758-1823), Portraitof Constance Mayer, Black and white chalk
    18. 18. Delacroix, "Death of Sardanapalus," 1827
    19. 19. Delacroix, "The Sultan of Morocco and His Entourage," 1845
    20. 20. Artist:Honore Daumier
    21. 21. The End(or revolution without end)

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