Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres

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Noun1.Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres - French classical painter (1780-1867)Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres - French classical painter (1780-1867)
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Scarsella might have picked elements of her composition straight out of 18th- and 19th-century Orientalist paintings by the likes of Eugene Delacroix, Jean Auguste Ingres, John Frederick Lewis or Alberto Pasini.
Background French art of the early nineteenth century had two major tendencies: rational Neoclassicism (as exemplified by the work of Jean Auguste Ingres) and emotional Romanticism (seen in Eugene Delacroix's work).