David to Delacroix: The Rise of Romantic Mythology

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Index
Page numbers in italic refer to illustrations
Achilles, 8–10, 18, 140, 141, 142. See also David, Jacques- Louis; Ingres, JeanAuguste- Dominique
Acrisius, 57
Aeneas, 33, 34. See also Girodet, AnneLouis; Virgil
Agamemnon, 8–10, 141, 142
Alethia, 51
Amor, 13, 14, 26, 40, 49, 72–75, 160. See also Cupid; Eros
Amor and Psyche, 13, 14, 26, 63, 67, 76–90, 83, 90. See also Canova, Antonio; Cupid; David, Jacques- Louis; Eros; Gérard, François; Greuze, JeanBaptiste; Psyche; Regnault, JeanBaptiste; Vien, Jospeh- Marie
Anacreon, 7, 37, 38, 155
Anatomy: study of, 91–94; and mythology, 92–111. See also Bichat, Xavier; Callamard, Charles- Antoine; Houdon, JeanAntoine; Pajou, Augustin; Salvage, Jean- Galbert
Antinous, 42
Apelles, 123, 135
Aphrodite, 15, 25, 29, 30. See also Venus
Apollino, 42, 44
Apollo, 1, 5, 25, 38–40, 107, 109, 110. See also Apollo Belvedere; Broc, Jean; Callamard, Charles- Antoine; Hyacinthus; Ingres, Jean- Auguste- Dominique
Apollo Belvedere, 42, 43, 52
Apollonius, 45, 151
Apuleius, 77–78, 79, 81
Ariadne, 12, 42. See also Bacchus
Aristophanes, 45, 148
Aristotle, 1
Artemis, 54, 55; as Isis, 54; as nature, 56, 57. See also Diana
Artois, Comte d’, 21
Athena, 25, 32
Augustine, Saint, 119
Aurora and Cephalus, 46, 47. See also Guérin, Narcisse
Bacchus, plate 1, 6; and Ariadne, 3, 5, 6, 42, 72; Marriage of Bacchus and Ariadne, 5, 6, 39, 42; and Midas, 39–40. See also Bertin, Nicolas; Girodet, Anne- Louis; Troy, Jean- François de
Banier, Abbé, 3
Barthélemy, Abbé, 7–8, 62
Baudelaire, Charles, 145
Beau idéal, 42
Beau réel, 67, 100
Bernardin de Saint Pierre, Jacques- Henri, 37
Bertin, Nicolas: Bacchus and Ariadne, plate 1, 5, 42, 72
Bichat, Xavier, 102, 109, 111
Bienville, D. T. de, 161, 162
Bion, 37, 155
Bitaubé, Paul Jérémie, 138
Blanc, Charles, 126–27
Blumenberg, Hans, 11, 51
Bonaparte, Caroline, 158
Bonaparte, Josephine, 158
Bonaparte, Napoleon, 13
Borghese Hermaphrodite, 145–47, 147
Botticelli, Sandro: Primavera, 50
Boucher, François: Triumph of Venus, 5, 7; Hercules and Omphale, 69, 70
Boyer, Alexis, 102
Broc, Jean: The Death of Hyacinthus, 110, 111
Brumoy, Pierre, 112
Buffon, Comte de, 100, 119, 164

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