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Set 1 Sept 12, 2009
Set 1 Sept 12, 2009
Set 1 Sept 12, 2009
Set 1 Sept 12, 2009
Set 1 Sept 12, 2009
Set 1 Sept 12, 2009
Set 1 Sept 12, 2009
Set 1 Sept 12, 2009
Set 1 Sept 12, 2009
Set 1 Sept 12, 2009
Set 1 Sept 12, 2009
Set 1 Sept 12, 2009
Set 1 Sept 12, 2009
Set 1 Sept 12, 2009
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  • 1. Great Works Prepared by: Ed Brookner September 14, 2002
  • 2. Jacques Louis David “Napoleon” 1800
  • 3. Jacques Louis David “Death of Socrates” 1787
  • 4. Jacques Louis David “Death of Marat” 1793
  • 5. Dominique Ingres “Odalisque with a Slave” 1840
  • 6. Dominique Ingres “The Comtesse d'Haussonville” 1845
  • 7. Gustave Courbet “Calm Sea” 1869
  • 8. Gustave Courbet “The Meeting” (Bonjour) 1854
  • 9. Gustave Courbet “The Peasants of Flagey Returning from the Fair, Ornans” 1850-55
  • 10. Gustave Courbet “The Cliff at Etretat After the Storm” 1869-70
  • 11. Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot “Boatman of Mortefontaine” approx. 1865-1870
  • 12. Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot “A Woman Reading” 1869
  • 13. Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot “View of Chartres Cathedral” 1830 retouched1872
  • 14. J. Corot “The bridge at Nantes”

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