Art in Context: Conflict + Crisis: Imagery of Revolutionary Europe (Part 3 of 6)


Presented by Annalee Andres, Art Historian

October 19 | Neoclassicism Beyond Revolt
In the later years of the Revolution, Enlightenment ideals will begin to fray. Artists associated with David will begin to break from the master and create sensuous, exotic paintings that take their cues from the emotional tenor of the time. Napoleon Bonaparte will rise to power and will hire David and these artists to create a visual record of his achievements.

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