Art and Mankind: Larousse Encyclopedia of Modern Art: From by Rene Huyghe, Yes

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There was perhaps not one side to his character. but it so much opportunism as has been supposed, if not in iiis decision to support the Empire, at least in the accentuation of The Death of Marat he had gone a long way 50 and we have seen that for liim even the Horatii signified dramatic actuahty, and that he treated it as an anecdote directly expressive through the effect of gestures and his realism. Since down this road, 61. FRANCE. La Halle au Blé, Paris, in 1786. Watercolour (1763-1767) open to the sky and had already been covered with a wooden dome (1783) and later (1809) with an iron one by F.

BRONGNIART (1739-1813). Le Couvent des Capucins (Lycée Condorcet), Paris. 1783. enormous contribution. But made an where there was more in France, 46. building, the middle class played an active part, whereas in England modem start tin tiiTUilii (umiMi rjiin • Jones. This and to FRANCE. J. D. ANTOINE (1733-1801). Hôtel des Monnaies, Paris. 1771-1775. Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris. 30 is society at the a few turned Ijack to the Palladianism of Inigo home of the Baroque, were regarded as having and Vanbrugh.

Colour, the ideas or feelings is Through David archaeological speculation became bound up with contemporary Ufc. David himself explained that in liis Horatii he had used tionary Greece and first Neoclassic generation had had the dispute over Rome as its main source of disagreement, while the second clashed over the relationship between culture and observation. The problem of Palladianism came On to be replaced was David proclaiming that to vitaHse a subject it was necessary to immerse oneself in real life, and on the other stood Quatremère de Quincy.

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