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The French Revolution
and Neoclassicism
The French Revolution
Meeting of the Estates General on May 5, 1789
18th c. Engraving
The Tennis Court Oath (1789)
Jacques-Louis David, 1791
The Taking of the Bastille (1789)
Jean-Pierre Houël, 1789
The Destruction of the Bastille (1789)
1789 Engraving
Equality (Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen, 1789)
Jean-Guillaume Moitte, 1793
Women’s March on Versailles (1789)
1789 Engraving
Execution of Louis XVI (1793)
1794 Engraving
Execution of Robespierre (1794)
1794 Engraving
Portrait of Napoleon
Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, 1803-4
Coronation of Emperor Napoleon and Empress Josephine (1804)
Jacques-Louis David, 1805-7
Portrait of Napoleon
Jacques-Louis David, 1812
Napoleon on His Imperial Throne
Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, 1806
Neoclassicism
Painting
The Oath of the Horatii
Jacques-Louis David, 1785
The Death of Socrates
Jacques-Louis David, 1787
Cornelia Pointing to Her Children as Her Treasures
Angelica Kauffmann, 1785
Watson and the Shark
John Singleton Copley, 1778
Sculpture
George Washington
Jean-Antoine Houdon, 1788-92
Architecture
Chiswick House, London
Lord Burlington and William Kent, Begun 1725
Monticello, Virginia
Thomas Jefferson, 1770-1806
Virginia State Capitol
Thomas Jefferson, 1785-98
La Madeleine, Paris
Pierre-Alexandre Vignon, Begun 1806
The French Revolution and Neoclassicism
The French Revolution and Neoclassicism
The French Revolution and Neoclassicism
The French Revolution and Neoclassicism
The French Revolution and Neoclassicism
The French Revolution and Neoclassicism
The French Revolution and Neoclassicism
The French Revolution and Neoclassicism
The French Revolution and Neoclassicism
The French Revolution and Neoclassicism
The French Revolution and Neoclassicism
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  1. 1. The French Revolution and Neoclassicism
  2. 2. The French Revolution
  3. 3. Meeting of the Estates General on May 5, 1789 18th c. Engraving
  4. 4. The Tennis Court Oath (1789) Jacques-Louis David, 1791
  5. 5. The Taking of the Bastille (1789) Jean-Pierre Houël, 1789
  6. 6. The Destruction of the Bastille (1789) 1789 Engraving
  7. 7. Equality (Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen, 1789) Jean-Guillaume Moitte, 1793
  8. 8. Women’s March on Versailles (1789) 1789 Engraving
  9. 9. Execution of Louis XVI (1793) 1794 Engraving
  10. 10. Execution of Robespierre (1794) 1794 Engraving
  11. 11. Portrait of Napoleon Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, 1803-4
  12. 12. Coronation of Emperor Napoleon and Empress Josephine (1804) Jacques-Louis David, 1805-7
  13. 13. Portrait of Napoleon Jacques-Louis David, 1812
  14. 14. Napoleon on His Imperial Throne Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, 1806
  15. 15. Neoclassicism
  16. 16. Painting
  17. 17. The Oath of the Horatii Jacques-Louis David, 1785
  18. 18. The Death of Socrates Jacques-Louis David, 1787
  19. 19. Cornelia Pointing to Her Children as Her Treasures Angelica Kauffmann, 1785
  20. 20. Watson and the Shark John Singleton Copley, 1778
  21. 21. Sculpture
  22. 22. George Washington Jean-Antoine Houdon, 1788-92
  23. 23. Architecture
  24. 24. Chiswick House, London Lord Burlington and William Kent, Begun 1725
  25. 25. Monticello, Virginia Thomas Jefferson, 1770-1806
  26. 26. Virginia State Capitol Thomas Jefferson, 1785-98
  27. 27. La Madeleine, Paris Pierre-Alexandre Vignon, Begun 1806
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