All Baron Antoine-Jean Gros 's Paintings
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51837 Arab Guards on the Watch  Arab Guards on the Watch   mk221 52.1x38.1cm
74616 Battle of Aboukir, 25 July 1799  Battle of Aboukir, 25 July 1799   1806(1806) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions Width: 968 cm (381.1 in). Height: 578 cm (227.56 in). cjr
39951 Battle of the Pyramids  Battle of the Pyramids   mk155 1810 Oil on canvas 389x311cm
39488 Bonaparte At Arcole  Bonaparte At Arcole   mk149 c.1797
75996 Bonaparte au pont d'Arcole.  Bonaparte au pont d'Arcole.   1796(1796) 0.6 m (0.6 yd). Height: 0.7 m (0.8 yd). cjr
1840 Bonaparte on the Arcole Bridge on 17 November 1796  Bonaparte on the Arcole Bridge on 17 November 1796   The Hermitage, St.Petersburg
20808 Bonaparte on the Bridge at Arcola on 17 November 1796 (mk05)  Bonaparte on the Bridge at Arcola on 17 November 1796 (mk05)   Canvas 28 1/2 x 23 1/4''(73 x 59 cmStudy for a portrait executed in Milan in 1796 that was exhibited in the Salon of 1801.Given in 1883 R.F 361 (G/AR)
20811 Bonaparte Visiting the Plague-Stricken at Jaffa on 11 March (mk05)  Bonaparte Visiting the Plague-Stricken at Jaffa on 11 March (mk05)   1799 Canvas 206 x 281 1/2''(523 x 715 cm)Commissioned by the state INV 5064 (S/AR)
78632 Charlotte  Charlotte   1816(1816) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 257 x 182 cm (101.2 x 71.7 in) cyf
69460 cheval arabe  cheval arabe   se
44074 Christine Boyer  Christine Boyer   c. 1800 Oil on canvas, 214 x 134 cm
71414 Das Rob Mustapha Paschas  Das Rob Mustapha Paschas   c. 1810 Oil on canvas 89 x 175 cm
72563 Das RobMustapha Paschas  Das RobMustapha Paschas   Date Deutsch: um 1810 English: c. 1810 Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions Deutsch: 89 X 175 cm cyf
69461 le combat de nazareth  le combat de nazareth   se
69459 le lieutenont legrand  le lieutenont legrand   se
44070 Madame Pasteur  Madame Pasteur   1795-96 Oil on canvas, 86 x 67 cm
1839 Napolean at Jaffa  Napolean at Jaffa   1804 Musee du Louvre, Paris
1838 Napolean on the Battlefield of Eylau on 9 February 1807  Napolean on the Battlefield of Eylau on 9 February 1807   1808 Musee du Louvre, Paris
33856 Napoleo on the Battlefield at Eylau  Napoleo on the Battlefield at Eylau   mk87 February 9.1807 Oil on canvas 533x800cm Paris,Musee Natinal du Louvre
33855 Napoleon at Arcola  Napoleon at Arcola   mk87 November 17.1796 Oil on canvas 73x59cm Paris,Musee National du Louvre
21308 Napoleon at Arcola (mk09)  Napoleon at Arcola (mk09)   November 17,1796,1796 Oil on cavnas ,73 x 59 cm Paris,Musee National du Louvre
40647 Napoleon at the Battlefield of Eylau  Napoleon at the Battlefield of Eylau   mk156 1807 Oil on canvas 521x784cm
31324 Napoleon auf dem Schlachtfeld von Preubisch-Eylau  Napoleon auf dem Schlachtfeld von Preubisch-Eylau   nn07
93916 Napoleon Bonaparte on the Battlefield of Eylau 1807  Napoleon Bonaparte on the Battlefield of Eylau 1807   1808(1808) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 521 ?? 784 cm (205.1 ?? 308.7 in) cjr
44093 Napoleon Bonaparte on the Battlefield of Eylau, 1807  Napoleon Bonaparte on the Battlefield of Eylau, 1807   1808 Oil on canvas, 521 x 784 cm
23310 Napoleon Bonaparte on the Bridge at Arcole (nn03)  Napoleon Bonaparte on the Bridge at Arcole (nn03)   1796/7 Oil on canvas 134 x 104 cm 52 3/4 x 41 in Hermitage Museum St Petersburg
44072 Napoleon Bonaparte Visiting the Plague-stricken at Jaffa  Napoleon Bonaparte Visiting the Plague-stricken at Jaffa   1799 Oil on canvas, 523 x 715 cm
21306 Napoleon on the Battlefield at Eylau (mk09)  Napoleon on the Battlefield at Eylau (mk09)   February 9 1807,1808 Oil on canvas ,533 x 800 cm Paris,Musee National du Louvre
20824 Napoleon on the Battlefield at Eylau on 9 February 1807 (mk05)  Napoleon on the Battlefield at Eylau on 9 February 1807 (mk05)   Canvas 205 x 308 1/2''521 x 784 cm)Commissioned following a competition held in 1807;Salon of 1808 INV 5065 (G/AR)
30666 Napoleon Visiting the Plague Vicims at jaffa,March 11.1799  Napoleon Visiting the Plague Vicims at jaffa,March 11.1799   mk68 Oil on canvas Paris,Louvre 1804 France
39952 Plague House at Jaffa  Plague House at Jaffa   mk155 1804 Oil on canvas 523x715cm
77533 Portrait de Gerard-Christophe-Michel Duroc, duc de Frioul  Portrait de Gerard-Christophe-Michel Duroc, duc de Frioul   Portrait de Gerard-Christophe-Michel Duroc, duc de Frioul (1772-1813). 1805(1805) Oil on canvas cjr
66455 Portrait du second lieutenant Charles Legrand  Portrait du second lieutenant Charles Legrand   1809-1810 Oil on canvas 174 ?? 249 cm (68.50 ?? 98.03 in)
78519 Portrait of Francois Gerard, aged 20  Portrait of Francois Gerard, aged 20   1790(1790) Oil on canvas 47.3 x 56.2 cm (18.6 x 22.1 in) cjr
76937 Portrait of Louis XVIII in his coronation robes  Portrait of Louis XVIII in his coronation robes   1817(1817) Oil on canvas 292 ?? 205 cm (115 ?? 80.7 in) cjr
62846 Portrait of Madame  Portrait of Madame   Oil on canvas Galeria, Zagreb Artist: GROS, Antoine-Jean Title: Portrait of Madame Recamier , painting Date: 1801-1850 French : portrait
95441 Portrait of Napoleon Bonaparte  Portrait of Napoleon Bonaparte   Portrait of Napoleon Bonaparte
76614 Portrait of Paulin des Hours  Portrait of Paulin des Hours   1793(1793) Oil on canvas 74.5 ?? 98 cm (29.3 ?? 38.6 in)
81613 Premier Consul Bonaparte  Premier Consul Bonaparte   Antoine-Jean Gros: Premier Consul Bonaparte, oil on canvas, c. 1802 cjr
44077 Sappho at Leucate  Sappho at Leucate   1801 Oil on canvas, 122 x 100 cm
89263 Schlacht von Nazareth  Schlacht von Nazareth   1801(1801) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions Deutsch: 135 x 195 cm cjr
44084 The Battle of Abukir  The Battle of Abukir   1806 Oil on canvas, 578 x 968 cm
86945 The Battle of Abukir  The Battle of Abukir   Date 1806(1806) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 578 x 968 cm (227.6 x 381.1 in) cjr

Baron Antoine-Jean Gros
1771-1835 French Baron Antoine-Jean Gros Galleries The son of a painter, Antoine Jean Gros was born in Paris on March 16, 1771. At the age of 14 he entered the studio of Jacques Louis David, the acknowledged leader of the classical revival. Although his own work became radically different from David's, he maintained a lifelong respect for his teacher and envisioned himself as the upholder of the Davidian tradition. In 1787 Gros entered the Acad??mie de Peinture, and when the Acad??mie dissolved in 1793 (a result of the French Revolution) he went to Italy. He met Josephine Bonaparte in Genoa in 1796, and she introduced him to Napoleonic society. Gros entered Napoleon's immediate entourage and accompanied him on several north Italian campaigns. Gros also became involved with Napoleon's program of confiscating Italian art for removal to France. Gros returned to Paris in 1800 and began to show his Napoleonic paintings in the annual Salons. The most famous of these are the Pesthouse at Jaffa (1804) and Napoleon at Eylau (1808). These works served to deify Napoleon, showing him engaged in acts of heroism and mercy. Stylistically, the paintings were revolutionary:their exotic settings, rich color, agitated space, and general penchant for showing the gruesome specifics of war and suffering differed radically from the cool generalizations of Davidian classicism that Gros had learned as a student. The presentation of contemporary historical events was also new, a harbinger of the realism that developed steadily during the first half of the 19th century in French, American, and English painting. Finally, the emphatic emotionalism of Gros's art established the foundation of romantic painting that Th??odore G??ricault and Eug??ne Delacroix developed after him. Unlike that of some of his countrymen (David is a case in point), Gros's position did not suffer after the fall of Napoleon. Gros painted for the restored monarchy, for instance, Louis XVIII Leaving the Tuileries (1817), and he decorated the dome of the Panth??on in Paris with scenes of French history (1814-1824). For this Charles X made him a baron in 1824. But these works lack the zest and commitment of Gros's Napoleonic period, perhaps because they were not based on the immediate kinds of historical experiences that had inspired the earlier paintings. Although marked by considerable public success, Gros's later career was in many ways acutely troubled. Basically, he could not resolve his personal esthetic theories with his own painting or with the work of his younger contemporaries. To the end Gros wished to propagate the classicism of David, and he took over David's studio when the master was exiled in 1816. By the 1820s, however, the revolutionary romanticism of G??ricault and Delacroix, among others, had clearly begun to eclipse classicism, and Gros found himself fighting a lonely and losing battle for conservatism. Ironically, he was fighting a trend that his own best work had helped to originate. As he persisted, moreover, his own painting began to show a diffident mixture of classic and romantic attitudes. Thus, while he was inherently a romantic, he tragically came to doubt himself. Gros died on June 26, 1835, apparently a suicide.

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