Tag: 1817

Course de chevaux (c.1817)

Géricault, Théodore (1791-1824) Course de chevaux (Horse Race) c.1817 Oil on paper mounted on canvas, 44 x 59 cm Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid Théodore Géricault was from a wealthy Rouen family that moved to Paris in 1796 for professional reasons. Géricault was…

Le baiser (c.1816-1817)

Géricault, Théodore (1791-1824) Le baiser (The Kiss) c.1816–1817 Charcoal, wash and gouache on brown paper, 20 x 27.4 cm Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid Having failed to win the Academy prize that would finance a study trip to Italy, in 1816 Géricault decided…

Cupidon et Psyché (1817)

David, Jacques-Louis (1748-1825) Cupidon et Psyché (Cupid and Psyche) 1817 Oil on canvas, 184.2 x 241.6 cm Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland Jacques-Louis David included two butterflies in this painting: one above the slumbering Psyche and the other on the base…

Satyre et nymphe (1817)

Géricault, Théodore (1791-1824) Satyre et nymphe (Satyr and Nymph) 1817 Black chalk with brown wash and white gouache, 22.2 x 18.2 cm Princeton University Art Museum, Princeton

Études (c.1817-1820)

Ingres, Jean Auguste Dominique (1780-1867) Études (Studies of a Head of a Man, Hands of Saint John for Christ Offering Saint Peter the Keys to Paradise, and Hooded Capuchin monk) c.1817–1820 Oil on canvas, 45.1 x 32.4 cm Rhode Island…

Disparate de bestia (1816-1824)

Goya, Francisco de (1746-1828) Disparate de bestia (Animal Folly) 1816–1824 (published 1877) Etching and aquatint on paper, 24.6 x 35.6 cm Rhode Island School of Design, Providence

Disparate de tontos (c.1815-1823)

Goya, Francisco de (1746-1828) Disparate de tontos (Fool’s Folly) c.1815–1823, printed posthumously before 1877 Etching and aquatint, 24.1 x 35.2 cm Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia Fool’s Folly is among four prints from Los Disparates first published in the French magazine…

Naiade (1815-1823)

Canova, Antonio (1757-1822) Naiade (Naiad) model 1815–1817, carved 1820–1823 Marble, 80 x 190 cm National Gallery of Art, Washington Compare: Canova, Antonio (1757-1822) Naiade 1819–1824 Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York