Glasses Case Napoléon
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Glasses Case Napoléon

Napoleon Bonaparte - Empire

Glasses case with a microfiber made from the work of Jacques-Louis DAVID (1748-1825) Bonaparte, Premier consul, franchissant les alpes, au mont Saint-Bernard le 20 mai 1800, (1803).

The microfiber cleans delicates surfaces like optical surfaces, all lens types, screens, jewels, cameras or CD/DVD.



Dimensions :
Étui 15 x 18 cm / Microfibre 14,7 x 14,7 cm
Museum :
Musée des châteaux de Versailles et de Trianon
Theme :
Historical figures
Art movements :
19th century, French paintings, Neo-Classicism
Maintenance :
Sponge wash in cold water
Artist :
Jacques-Louis David (1748-1825)
Materials :
Metal, Microfiber 40 microns
Reference :


Original work kept at :
Versailles, musée château

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Jacques-Louis David (1748-1825)

Jacques-Louis David is an 18th century painter and founder of the neoclassical movement. The gifted child begins his studies at the Academy of Saint Luke before following the teaching of Joseph-Marie Vien. This meeting was the starting point of his interest in French neo-classicism. His talents as a painter are recognized since in 1771 he obtained the second prize from Rome for Le combat de Mars contre Minerve. Three years later, he was awarded the first Prix de Rome with Erasistrate discovering the cause of Antiochius disease. Passionate about Napoleon Bonaparte, the artist uses his talent to create his portraits. These services enabled him to become an official painter of the Empire.