About Jean-Leon Gerome’s Pollice Verso
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Jean-Leon Gerome completed this work of art in 1872.
The name of the painting, Pollice Verso means “with a turned thumb” in Latin.
In the work, an ancient Gladiator stands victorious over his opponents. One of the defeated raises his arm in a plea. To this, the crowd all give a thumb down, a signal that the victor should finish his opponent with death.
The emperor's box can be seen in the background.
This masterpiece now hangs at the Phoenix Art Museum in Arizona.
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About The Artist
Jean-Leon Gerome was a French artist alive from 1824-1904. His most widespread works are ancient Roman, Greek, African and Oriental scenes, as well as nudes. Gerome traveled extensively through Italy during his lifetime He was both an academic and a teacher.