Zoom The Oath of the Horatii Jacque Louis David ReplicArt Oil Painting Reproduction
Zoom The Oath of the Horatii Jacque Louis David ReplicArt Oil Painting Reproduction
Zoom The Oath of the Horatii Jacque Louis David ReplicArt Oil Painting Reproduction

The Oath of the Horatii

Evidence of a return to probity in historical painting, this oath-themed work illustrates a legendary episode in Roman history. Three brothers swear in front of their father to defend their homeland at the cost of their lives, the women being thrown to the right side of the canvas. The composition is characterized by its great symmetry, the return to a classical rigor. This imposingly sized historical painting was successfully exhibited by David at the Salon of 1785.

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Jacque Louis David

A leading figure in French neoclassicism, a committed revolutionary and then Napoleon I's first painter, Jacques-Louis David (1748–1825) has an exceptional career. A great renovator of ancient classicism in historical painting, this fervent follower of the theories of art historian Johann Joachim Winckelmann is the author of a few major works: Le Serment des Horaces (1785) or Le Coronation de Napoléon. (1806–1807). In his time, after the rococo fashion, his refined and severe art embodied the image of modernity!

Original artwork details

Current location: Musée du Louvre

Original size: 129.8 x 167.2 in (329.8 x 424.8 cm)

Date created: 1784

Art movement: Neoclassicism

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