The life and career of Jacques-Louis David (1748–1825), which spanned the end of Louis XIV’s reign, the Revolution, and the first Empire, ended with the artist’s exile in Belgium. While an analysis of these important events form the core of this publication, the latter also includes a list of David’s students, a genealogy of his descendants, the artist’s speeches, and a substantial bibliography.
Daniel Wildenstein and Guy Wildenstein
330 pages, 27 x 36 cm
Out of print
Documents Complémentaires au Catalogue de l’Oeuvre de Jacques Louis David
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