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36inchs x 48inchs (i.e.92cm x 102cm)
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Signed by artist:Yaoge,,who has more than 14 years experience in oil.he is one of excellent
artists in Beijing,China.Jul.1992graduated from The Art
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Ingres, Jean-Auguste-Dominique (1780-1867). French painter, born at
Montauban, the son of a minor painter and sculptor,
Jean-Marie-Joseph Ingres (1755-1814).
After an early academic training in the Toulouse academy he went to
Paris in 1796 and was a fellow student of Gros in David's studio.
He won the Prix de Rome in 1801, but owing to the state of France's
economy he was not awarded the usual stay in Rome until 1807. In
the interval he produced his first portraits. These fall into two
catagories: portraits of himself and his friends, conceived in a
Romantic spirit (Gilibert, Mus? Ingres, Montauban, 1805), and
portraits of well-to-do clients which are characterized by purity
of line and enamel-like coloring (Mlle Rivi?e, Louvre, Paris,
1805). These early portraits are notable for their calligraphic
line and expressive contour, which had a sensuous beauty of its own
beyond its function to contain and delineate form. It was a feature
that formed the essential basis of Ingres's painting throughout his