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3 edition of portrait medallions of David dÁngers found in the catalog.

portrait medallions of David dÁngers

J. G. Reinis

portrait medallions of David dÁngers

an illustrated catalogue of Davidś contemporary and retrospective portraits in bronze

by J. G. Reinis

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Published by Polymath Press in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Europe,
  • France
    • Subjects:
    • David d"Angers, Pierre-Jean, 1788-1856 -- Catalogs.,
    • Portrait medallions -- France -- History -- 19th century -- Catalogs.,
    • Wax-modeling -- France -- History -- 19th century -- Catalogs.,
    • Europe -- Biography -- Portraits.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 491).

      Statementby J.G. Reinis ; with a preface by Isabelle Leroy-Jay Lemaistre.
      GenreCatalogs., Biography, Portraits.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsNK9582.D37 A4 1999
      The Physical Object
      Pagination493 p. :
      Number of Pages493
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL60713M
      ISBN 100937370010
      LC Control Number99091243

      Oct Dimensions: 28 cm by 19 cm. Original engraving from the 19th century, circa Engraver: F Courboin after David d'Angers. Usual wear, scattered rednesses. In transparency: Quick and neat delivery. _ Oct Alfred de Musset is a French poet and playwright of the Romantic period, born Decem in Paris, where he died May 2, A brilliant high school student, he then Seller Rating: % positive. The portrait medallions of David dÁngers: an illustrated catalogue of Davidś contemporary and retrospective portraits in bronze by J. G Reinis (Book) David d'Angers: regards autour d'un sculpteur by Marie-Rose Albrecht (Book).

      The Frick displayed small bronzes, plaster and marble busts, terracotta figurines, wax relief portraits, drawings and rare nineteenth-century books reproducing David’s portrait medallions by engravings or photography—the widest variety of media ever shown together at the Frick. etmed Medallion in cast bronze, nineteenth time dated Sculptor / artist: Pierre Jean DAVID D'ANGERS (). Beautiful old print, old chocolate patina. Dimensions: cm in diameter. Weight: g. Signed and titled: Quick and neat delivery. By contract, on April 8, , with Louis-François Allard2, the father of David d'Angers, undertook to make3 statues for the Saint-Rémi.

        Indeed, the most compelling works in the show are also the least monumental: the assortment of medallions of various famous figures lining the room’s far wall. David produced some different portraits over his career, which were then widely reproduced and were meant for private rather than public consumption. Fine Books & Manuscripts. November 2 - November Timed. Studio Art. November 2 - November Timed. Rare Spirits. October 27 - November 5. Timed. Fine Musical Instruments. November 9 - November Timed. American Furniture & Decorative Arts. November 13 - November Timed. The Shaker Collection of Brenda and Charles R. Muller.


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DAVID D'ANGERS. PORTRAIT MEDALLION OF CHARLES NICOLAS FABVIER. signed and dated David ; inscribed FABVIER/ Charles Nicolas/ ne a pont a/ mousson le/ 15 decembre. on the left; and further extensively inscribed on the right.

bronze. diameter: cm., 5⅞in. To view shipping calculator, please click here. RA Collection: Book Record number 07/ Imprint Paris: Librairie Centrale Des Beaux-Arts. The plates show portrait-medallions by David d'Angers. Each is captioned with the name of the subject, usually with an indication of the reason for his or her celebrity.

David d'Angers specialised in portrait and commemorative sculpture; and he. Pierre-Jean David D'Angers (), Sculptor and medallist. Artist associated with 8 portraits Born in Angers, at the age of eighteen D'Angers left for Paris to study art.

After winning the prize at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, D'Angers spent five years working in Rome, where his statue Epaminondas was awarded the Prix de Rome. Returning to. The Gallery owns several examples of David d'Angers's portrait medallions and two small bronze casts of larger sculptures: Thomas Jefferson (model –, cast after ), which reflects the artist's statue of Jefferson in the rotunda of the United States Capitol, and Ambroise Paré (model –, cast after ).

Frick Collection is pleased to offer The Romantic Medallion: Collecting David d’Angers’s Portraits, a seminar led by Emerson Bowyer, guest curator, and Jonathan Kagan, collector, on Tuesday, Octo from to hope you will consider joining us for what promises to be a riveting exploration of portrait medallions from Mr.

Kagan’s private collection and the Frick’s. By the early 19th century, Pierre-Jean David d’Angers revived the year-old art of medal making. Best known for the pediment of the Panthéon in Paris, David d’Angers also produced more than cast portrait medallions of the leading literary, political, and artistic figures of his era.

The portrait medallion of him by David d’Angers shows him as a vibrant young soldier and man about town.

Inv. Bronze, Original hollow casting, no foundry mark. Reinis, The Portrait Medallions of David d’Angers (New York, ), # $1, Figure 18 Pitt Rivers medallion by David d’Angers. Reinis Buy online, view images and see past prices for - David D'Angers, French a collection of 16 portrait medallions of famous men bronze, varied brown patinas.

Invaluable is the world's largest marketplace for art, antiques, and collectibles. David d'Angers, Pierre-Jean, born - died (medallist) Materials and Techniques. Bronze, sand cast. Dimensions. Diameter: cm without frame, Diameter: cm with frame. Object history note. Purchased for £30 from R.G Coats.

Descriptive line. Profile portrait of Comte de Las Cases, bronze, by Pierre-Jean David d'Angers, French, David studied under Marchand and Jean-Jacques Delusse at l’École centrale d’Angers between and In he won the Grand Prix de Rome for a bas relief of “Mort d’Épaminondas.” After his stay in Rome, he traveled through France to London, where he met Flaxman and worked with him on a monument to the Duke of Wellington.

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Jean-Baptiste Kléber, medallion. D’Angers then returned to Paris and quickly established himself as a leading sculptor. Throughout his career he produced more than fifty full-size statues, busts and portrait medallions, many of which depicted the most eminent figures of contemporary European society.

David d'Angers, Pierre-Jean, born - died (maker) Materials and Techniques. Bronze. Dimensions. Diameter: 13 cm. Object history note. Purchased from R.G Coats for £ Descriptive line.

Medallion, Pierre-Jean de Béranger, cast bronze by Pierre-Jean David or David d'Angers. Les planches sont accompagnées d'un portrait de l'artiste (lithographie de C. Motte). Une finesse d'impression incroyable avec un véritable effet de relief.

Details about Extremely rare "medallions of david angers" boards superb condition-show original title David Weber Books, David Morrell Books, David Sedaris Books, David End date:. The ‘Opie’ David, however, refers to the sculptor Pierre-Jean David, from the town of Angers, who made medallions of more than well-known figures.

When Pierre-Jean entered the studio of Jacques-Louis David he differentiated himself from his patron by adopting the name of David .Pierre-Jean David (12 March – 4 January ) was a French sculptor and medallist.

He adopted the name David d'Angers, following his entry into the studio of the painter Jacques-Louis David in as a way of both expressing his patrimony and distinguishing himself from the master painter. ID:   Organized by guest curator Emerson Bowyer, the show includes 48 works in plaster, terracotta, wax, marble and bronze and features bronze portrait medallions of writers Alexandre Dumas and Alfred de Musset, painters Eugene Delacroix, Jean-Antoine-Dominique Ingres and Francois-Marius Granet, and rare 19th century reproductions of his work in photographs and engravings – certainly .