Neoclassicism David, Ingres, Lebrun, Houdon, and Neoclassical Architecture
Jacques-Louis David,  Self Portrait,  1794, Oil on Canvas
Jacques-Louis David,  Oath of the Horatii,  1784-1785, Oil on Canvas
Jacques-Louis David,  Napoleon in his Study,  1812, Oil on Canvas
 
Dominique Ingres,  Louis Bertin,  1832, Oil on Canvas
Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres,  Bather of Valpincon ,  1808, Oil on Canvas
Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres,  The Apotheosis of Homer,  1827, Oil on Canvas
Elizabeth Vigee-Lebrun,  Mme de Stael as Corinn Playing a Lyre,  1789, Oil on Canvas
Elizabeth Vigee-Lebrun,  Self Portrait in a Straw Hat,  after 1782, Oil on Canvas
Jean Antoine Houdon,  Bust of Benjamin Franklin,  1780, Marble
Thomas Jefferson,  Monticello,  1770-1784, Charlottesville, Virginia
 
 
Thomas Walter,  US Capitol Building,  1851-1863, Washington, D.C.
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  1. 1. Neoclassicism David, Ingres, Lebrun, Houdon, and Neoclassical Architecture
  2. 2. Jacques-Louis David, Self Portrait, 1794, Oil on Canvas
  3. 3. Jacques-Louis David, Oath of the Horatii, 1784-1785, Oil on Canvas
  4. 4. Jacques-Louis David, Napoleon in his Study, 1812, Oil on Canvas
  5. 6. Dominique Ingres, Louis Bertin, 1832, Oil on Canvas
  6. 7. Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, Bather of Valpincon , 1808, Oil on Canvas
  7. 8. Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, The Apotheosis of Homer, 1827, Oil on Canvas
  8. 9. Elizabeth Vigee-Lebrun, Mme de Stael as Corinn Playing a Lyre, 1789, Oil on Canvas
  9. 10. Elizabeth Vigee-Lebrun, Self Portrait in a Straw Hat, after 1782, Oil on Canvas
  10. 11. Jean Antoine Houdon, Bust of Benjamin Franklin, 1780, Marble
  11. 12. Thomas Jefferson, Monticello, 1770-1784, Charlottesville, Virginia
  12. 15. Thomas Walter, US Capitol Building, 1851-1863, Washington, D.C.

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