19thC The Functions of History Painting

(These are notes of a course given at Birkbeck College by Carol Jacobi in 2005/2006)

19thC The Functions of History Painting

Slide 1: Benjamin Robert Haydon, ‘Christs Entry into Jerusalem’ 1820
Haydon_Christs_Entry_into_Jerusalem_1820

Slide 2: Paul Delaroche, ‘Cromwell’ 1831
Delaroche_Cromwell_Before_the_Coffin_of_Charles_I_1849

Slide 3: William Frederick Yeames, ‘And When did You Last See your Father?’ 1878
Yeames_And_When_Did_You_Last_See_Your_Father_1878

Slide 4: Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, ‘Entry into Paris of the Dauphin, Future Charles V’ 1821(image not found)

Slide 5: Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, ‘Henry IV surprised by the Spanish Ambassador while playing with his Children’ 1818
Ingres_Henry_IV_Receiving_the_Ambassador_of_Spain_1817

Slide 6: Richard Parkes Bonington, ‘Henry IV and the Spanish Ambassador’ 1827-8
Bonington_Henry_IV_and_the_Spanish_Ambassador_1827-8

Slide 7: Sir Anthony van Dyck, ‘The Children of Charles I’ 1637
van_Dyck_Children_of_Charles_I_1635

Slide 8: Daniel Maclise, ‘An Interview between Charles I and Oliver Cromwell’ 1836(image not found)

Slide 9: John Everett Millais, ‘The Princes in the Tower’ 1878
Millais_The_Princes_in_the_Tower_1878

Slide 10: Paul Delaroche, ‘Edward V and the Duke of York in the Tower’ 1831
Delaroche_Edward_V_and_the_Duke_of_York_in_the_Tower_1831

Slide 11: Paul Delaroche, ‘The Execution of Lady Jane Grey’ 1834
Delaroche_The_Execution_of_Lady_Jane_Grey

Slide 12: Thomas Couture, ‘Romans of the Decadence’ 1847

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