Davidian women Women painters in the studio of Jacques-Louis David (1768-1825)
Between 1768 and 1825, Jacques-Louis David ran a studio that trained in history painting, a noble and virile genre, where four hundred and fifty young men flocked for over half a century. Among them were twenty-six women, whose identity is a challenge given the protean and changing nature of David's "female workshop".
Simple students, collaborators or even inspirers, the artists produced a number of works, ranging from portraits to large historical formats, opened teaching workshops and exhibited for several decades at the Salon where they competed with their male colleagues.
The Davidian women and David's "female workshop" come into the light here.
- Dimensions :
- 15,5 x 24 cm
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- Size of the book :
- Broché avec Rabat
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- Author :
- Arasa Yaelle