About Jacques-Louis David’s Oath Of The Horatii
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Jacques-Louis David created this painting in 1784.
The work shows a scene from a legend of ancient Rome.
During a conflict between 2 cities, instead of war, the leadership decided to solve it a different way. They decided 3 brothers from one city would fight 3 brothers from the opposing city.
The work illustrated the Horatii brothers, the 3 who volunteered to fight. They salute their father and accept their swords from him.
This work popularized the Roman salute.
This work now hangs at the Louvre in Paris.
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About The Oath Of The Horatii Print
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About The Artist
Jaques-Louis David was a French painter who lived from 1748-1825. He is a founder of Empire Style art. David specialized in historical paintings. He was a close supporter and advisor of Maximillian Robespierre. This allowed him to gain dictatorial powers over art in the French Republic. The opposition imprisoned him when the regime fell until he was able to join Napoleon.