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Da·vid

 (dā′vĭd) Died c. 962 bc.
The second king of Judah and Israel. According to the Bible, he slew the Philistine giant Goliath and succeeded Saul as king. He is the reputed author of many of the Psalms.

[Hebrew dāwīd, beloved, kinsman (sense uncertain); see dwd in Semitic roots.]

David

, Saint fl. sixth century ad.
Patron saint of Wales. His shrine at St. David's in southwest Wales was an important place of pilgrimage during the Middle Ages.
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David

(ˈdeɪvɪd)
n
1. (Biography) the second king of the Hebrews (about 1000–962 bc), who united Israel as a kingdom with Jerusalem as its capital
2. (Biography) Elizabeth. 1914–92, British cookery writer. Her books include Mediterranean Food (1950) and An Omelette and a Glass of Wine (1984)
3. (Biography) Jacques Louis (ʒɑk lwi). 1748–1825, French neoclassical painter of such works as the Oath of the Horatii (1784), Death of Socrates (1787), and The Intervention of the Sabine Women (1799). He actively supported the French Revolution and became court painter to Napoleon Bonaparte in 1804; banished at the Bourbon restoration
4. (Biography) Saint. 6th century ad, Welsh bishop; patron saint of Wales. Feast day: March 1
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Da•vid

(ˈdeɪ vɪd for 1, 2; Fr. daˈvid for 3 )

n.
1. died c970 B.C., the second king of Israel, reigned c1010–c970, successor to Saul.
2. Saint, A.D. c510–601?, Welsh bishop: patron saint of Wales.
3. Jacques Louis, 1748–1825, French painter.
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Noun1.David - patron saint of Wales (circa 520-600)David - patron saint of Wales (circa 520-600)
2.David - French neoclassical painter who actively supported the French Revolution (1748-1825)David - French neoclassical painter who actively supported the French Revolution (1748-1825)
3.David - (Old Testament) the 2nd king of the Israelites; as a young shepherd he fought Goliath (a giant Philistine warrior) and killed him by hitting him in the head with a stone flung from a sling; he united Israel with Jerusalem as its capital; many of the Psalms are attributed to David (circa 1000-962 BC)
Old Testament - the collection of books comprising the sacred scripture of the Hebrews and recording their history as the chosen people; the first half of the Christian Bible
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For this Parisian is an admirer of the virtues of harmony, clarity and restraint in art as exemplified in the classicism of Nicolas Poussin, and subsequently reinterpreted by the likes of Jacques-Louis David and Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres.
As he often meditates on historical figures (as in Rimbaud the Son or Vie de Joseph Roulin) or on paintings as he notoriously did in The Eleven, it comes as no surprise that the two texts comprising the seventy-page carnet would focus on a Manet canvas cut in two, rewriting the stories of the people depicted therein (Tablee) and on the preliminary workings of a text on the painter Jacques-Louis David (Fraternite).
In Restoration , Thomas Crow combines a sweeping view of European art centers -- Rome, Paris, London, Madrid, Brussels, and Vienna -- with a close-up look at pivotal artists, including Antonio Canova, Jacques-Louis David, Theodore Gericault, Francisco Goya, Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, Thomas Lawrence, and forgotten but meteoric painters Francois-Joseph Navez and Antoine Jean-Baptiste Thomas.
Wiley's Napoleon Leading the Army Over the Alps (2005) is based on Napoleon Crossing the Alps (1800) by Jacques-Louis David, often regarded as a 'masterpiece', now restaged by Wiley with an African rider wearing modern army fatigues and a bandanna.
Steiner, nude save for a head wrap, slumps over the edge of a white tub (riffing on Jacques-Louis David's Death of Marat, 1793).
The catalyst of this transfiguration was a work of revolutionary art, the greatest tableau of one of France's most celebrated painters, Jacques-Louis David. Poignantly, his triumph would also prove his undoing.
A dimensao filosofico-conceitual das "pinturas secas" de Monken, por analogia, aproxima-se, de algum modo, da cerebre pintura Marat assassine, de 1793, pintada por Jacques-Louis David. David representa a morte de Marat, segundo Giulio Carlo Argan (1994:44), a "velha maneira da pintura do Iluminismo (Hogarth) de determinar o local do fato mediante uma serie de presencas significativas, testemunhais; mas nao ha o gosto narrativo que dava a representacao a duracao de uma cena de teatro, de um capitulo de romance."
In the past twenty years, Jacques-Louis David's Sabine Women has been the subject of renewed attention in art historical literature.
Sokurov could hardly make this film without Bonaparte, who not only bolstered the museum's collection with archaeological and fine art pieces his men pillaged during his campaigns, but with portraits, composed by Jacques-Louis David and his colleagues, depicting various stages of the emperor's career.
A major strength of the book is Freund's commitment to treating a range of portraits and portraitists; she looks as closely at the works of minor and anonymous artists as she does the major works of Jacques-Louis David, an artist whose work is considered synonymous with painting during the Revolution.
In past artworks, the Inakadate villagers have reproduced Leonardo's Mona Lisa, Marilyn Monroe in the famous billowing white dress from The Seven Year Itch, Napoleon Crossing the Alps by Jacques-Louis David, traditional Japanese artworks depicting samurai and ocean waves, and Japanese TV characters Ultraman and Naruto.