Jacques Louis David

Timeline of French painter Jacques-Louis David from 1748 to 1825. The timeline includes all his paintings in neoclassical style. Also, personal events and historical events during his lifetime, such as the French Revolution.

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Timeline of French painter Jacques-Louis David from 1748 to 1825. The timeline includes all his paintings in neoclassical style. Also, personal events and historical events during his lifetime, such as the French Revolution.

Most of David’s best-known paintings are portraits. The Woman in a Turban and the portrait of Antoine and Marie-Anne Lavoisier are the best examples.

He also portrayed contemporary historical events in the convulsed Revolutionary and Napoleonic France. For instance, the Death of Marat, the Tennis Court Oath, and the many portraits of Napoleon. Jacques-Louis David was also inspired by classical myths from Ancient Greece and Rome.

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