Art, Artists and Society: Origins of a Modern Dilemma ; Painting in England and France, 1750-1850

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Chronology of Artists
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Antoine Watteau 1684-1721 William Hogarth 1697-1764
Jean-Baptiste Siméon Richard Wilson 1714-1782
Chardin 1699-1779 Joshua Reynolds 1723-1792
François Boucher 1703-1770 Gavin Hamilton 1723-1798
Joseph Vernet 1712-1789 George Stubbs 1724-1806
Joseph Marie Vien 1716-1809 Thomas Gainsborough 1727-1788
Jean Honoré Fragonard 1732-1906 Joseph Wright (Wright of
Hubert Robert 1733-1808 Derby 1734-1797
François Guillaume John Singleton Copley 1737-1815
Menageot 1744-1816 Benjamin West 1738-1820
François André Vincent 1746-1816 James Barry 1741-1906
Jacques Louis David 1748-1825 Henry Fuseli 1741-1825
Marie Ann Elisabeth John Flaxman 1755-1826
Vigée-Lebrun 1755-1842 William Blake 1757-1827
Pierre Paul Prud'hon 1758-1823 John Opie 1761-1807
Anne Louis Girodet Thomas Lawrence 1769-1830
Trioson 1767-1824 Thomas Girtin 1775-1802
François Gérard 1770-1837 Joseph William Mallord
Antoine-Jean Gros 1771-1835 Turner 1775-1851
Pierre Narcisse Guérin 1774-1833 John Constable 1776-1857
François Marius Granet 1775-1849 David Wilkie 1785-1841
Jean Auguste Dominique Benjamin Haydon 1786-1846
Ingres 1780-1867 William Etty 1787-1849
Horace Vernet 1789-1863 John Martin 1789-1854
Théodore Géricault 1791-1824 Richard Parkes Bonington 1802-1828
Ary Scheffer 1795-1858 Edwin Henry Landseer 1802-1873
Camille Corot 1796-1875
Eugéne Devéria 1797-1856
Paul Delaroche 1797-1856
Eugine Delacroix 1798-1863
Tony Johannot 1803-1852
Alexandre Decamps 1803-1869
Paul Huet 1803-1869
Louis Boulanger 1807-1867
Honoré Daumier 1808-1879
Paul-Joseph Chenavard 1808-1895
Hippolyte Flandrin 1809-1864
Théodore Rousseau 1812-1867
Thomas Couture 1815-1879
Ernest Meissonier 1815-1891
Théodore Chassériau 1819-1856
Adolphe BOUguereau 1825-1905

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  • One - Introduction 1
  • Two - Rebels & Revolutions 8
  • Three - Art as an Institution 23
  • Four - The Language of the Feelings 49
  • Five - Style in Art ∧ Life 77
  • Six - Metamorphoses of the Hero 99
  • Seven - Love & Death 123
  • Eight - Conclusion 147
  • Chronology of Artists 161
  • Notes 163
  • Index 175
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