- Mounted officer of the imperial guard 21 years old no academic training Very ambitious but too much dynamism Meant for greater things but does

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Mounted officer of the imperial guard 21 years old, no academic training Very ambitious, but too much dynamism Meant for greater things, but does not have the fundamentals to execute them Equestrian portrait of Charles V Grows up under the era of Napoleon 1814 gets kicked out and monarchs come back, called the restoration Representation of court painting, coming back into power Charles X in coronation robes Trying to evoke the power and authority of monarchy Wearing full regalia Picture is undynamic and static compared with previous portrait of Louis XIV, shows diminished authority of monarchy in France Restoration a step backwards, ultimately Louis Hersent, Louis XVI distributing alms to the poor Glorifies the monarch Reporting the events, instead of showing a narrative or moral message o Reportage Gericault Romanticism begins in france around 1810s Responds, but doesn’t feel as if he needs to paint religious figures or landscapes Wants to make a great history painting
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This note was uploaded on 05/17/2008 for the course HISTORY 11 taught by Professor Muller during the Fall '07 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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