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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In addition to Indian and Pakistani artists, he was also influenced by the works of European old masters like Pablo Picasso and the French neo-classicist Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres. His work has been exhibited extensively in Pakistan, India, the UK and the UAE and has always fetched high prices.
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. He ascribes this to his lawyer's mind, and his preference for order and structure.
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.
Featuring 89 paintings, sculptures and drawings by French masters including Nicolas Poussin, Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, Claude Monet and Henri Rousseau, this exhibition offers an opportunity to sense how the Russians in the 18th and 19th centuries appreciated French culture, as well as to see quintessential French art from that time.
La Salle University, a Catholic institution in Pennsylvania with a prized museum collection, recently announced it plans to sell forty-six pieces, including masterpieces by Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres and Albert Gleizes.
You'll find a room full of Neoclassical works by Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, the 19th-century French painter who was fascinated by the female form.
These oils and mixed-media canvases represent Trad's unique tribute to old masters such as Leonardo da Vinci, Johannes Vermeer, Jan van Eyck, Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, Georges de La Tour and Louise Elisabeth Vigee-Lebru.

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