About Jacques-Louis David’s Napoleon Crossing The Alps
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Jacques-Louis David painted this masterpiece in 1801. Another name for this work is Napoleon at the Saint-Bernard Pass.
The work depicts the French Emperor Napoleon crossing the alps mountain range. His army traveled through the Great St. Bernard Pass on the way back to France from Italy.
The King of Spain commissioned this artwork. The painting is of course a fictional and idealized representation of what happened.
The originals now hang at the Chateau de Malmaison and the Rueil-Malmaison in France.
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About The Napoleon Crossing The Alps Print
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- 1.50” Density stretchers for an art gallery-style look.
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We utilize only HP Latex inks in our print process. This process allows our canvas prints to be resistant to fading for as long as 100 years.
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About The Artist
Jacques-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.