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Théodore Géricault

May - 9 - 2014
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Theodore GericaultGéricault(Born: twenty six Sept 1791; Rouen, Normandy, France-Died: twenty six Gregorian calendar month 1824; Paris, France), Jean prizefighter ANDRE Theodore, French painter, the leader of the French realistic college, was born at Rouen in 1791. Géricault was AN influential French painter and graphic artist, renowned for The Raft of the Medusa and different paintings.
In 1808 he entered the studio of Charles Vernet, from which, in 1810, he passed to it of Guérin, whom he drove to despair by his passion for Rubens, and by the unorthodox manner during which he persisted in decoding nature.
As a student Géricault learned the traditions of English sporting art from the French painter Carle Vernet, and he developed a noteworthy facility for capturing animal movement. He additionally down pat classicist figure construction and composition beneath the academician Pierre Guérin. Another student of Guérin, Eugène Delacroix, was deeply influenced by Géricault, finding in his example a significant purpose of departure for his own art.

Derby at Epsom

Derby at Epsom

At the Salon of 1812 Géricault attracted attention by his Officier First State Chasseurs a Cheval (Louvre), a piece during which he personified the cavalry in its hour of triumph, and turned to account the solid coaching received from Guérin in rendering a picturesque purpose of read that was in itself a protest against the cherished convictions of the pseudo-classical college. 2 years later (1814) he re-exhibited this work accompanied with the reverse image trooper blessé (Louvre), and in each subjects known as attention to the interest of latest aspects of life, treated neglected forms of living type, and exhibited that mastery of and enjoyment of the horse that was a feature of his character.
whereas in Florence and Rome (1816–17), he became fascinated with sculpturer and Baroque art. His chief project at now was Race of the Riderless Horse, a heroic frieze composition (never completed) portraying a dangerous race that was AN annual event.
At the shut of 1822 he was once more in Paris, and made a good amount of comes for immense compositions, models in wax, and a horse écorché, as preliminary to the assembly of AN equestrian sculpture. His health was currently utterly undermined by numerous styles of excess, and on the twenty sixth of Gregorian calendar month 1824 he died, at the age of 33.
Although he died young, he was one among the pioneers of the Romantic movement.

English Scenes ­ Horses

English Scenes ­ Horses

  • Nationality: French
  • Influence on: Alfred the Great Dedreux (1810-1860)
  • Art Movement: Romanticism
  • Field: painting, lithography
  • Student of: Pierre-Narcisse Guerin (Pierre Narcisse Guerin) (1774-1833), Carle Vernet (1758-1836)
  • Friend of: Leon Cogniet (1794-1880)

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