Jacques louis david revolutionary artist art politics and the french revolution paperback february 1 1992 by warren roberts author 46 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews see all 5 formats and editions hide other formats and editions price new from . Following world war ii jacques louis david was increasingly regarded as a symbol of french national pride and identity as well as a vital force in the development of european and french art in the modern era the birth of romanticism is traditionally credited to the paintings of eighteenth century french artists such as jacques louis david. Jacques louis david was as political an artist as ever lived he was a leader of the french revolution a prominent member of the radical jacobin party and a close friend of leader and infamous tyrant maximilien robespierrehe organized over the top propaganda festivals for frances new republic. Jacques louis david revolutionary artist art politics and the french revolution user review not available book verdict robertss study of the life and art of 18th century french painter david attempts to relate both his personality and his participation in the french revolution and other events of his lifetime to his . Jacques louis david was a 19th century painter who is considered to be the principal proponent of the neoclassical style which moved art briskly away from the previous rococo period
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