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Oath of the Horatii
By Jacques-Louis David
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18" x 24"

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This wall decal is a uniquely modern way for you to decorate your space. A new trend in interior design, wall decals provide a quick, simple and inexpensive alternative to painting and easy to incorporate alongside your framed posters and prints. They are fun and easy to apply or remove.

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French Neo-Classical painter Jacques-Louis David (1748-1825) was the most prominently influential artist of his time and the only great master to emerge between the Rococo and the Romantic era. An active revolutionary with Robespierre, David gained prominence with Napolean’s rise to power when he became the official court painter and literally defined the style of the era. Famous for his Empire style, he featured warm Venetian colors in a rebellion against Rococo fantasy which resulted in innovative compositional departures. After the Bourbon monarchy reclaimed the throne, he was exiled to Brussels where he took on many students and continued to paint.

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18" x 24" Wall Decal
Product no longer available
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Product Details

This wall decal is a uniquely modern way for you to decorate your space. A new trend in interior design, wall decals provide a quick, simple and inexpensive alternative to painting and easy to incorporate alongside your framed posters and prints. They are fun and easy to apply or remove.

About the Art

French Neo-Classical painter Jacques-Louis David (1748-1825) was the most prominently influential artist of his time and the only great master to emerge between the Rococo and the Romantic era. An active revolutionary with Robespierre, David gained prominence with Napolean’s rise to power when he became the official court painter and literally defined the style of the era. Famous for his Empire style, he featured warm Venetian colors in a rebellion against Rococo fantasy which resulted in innovative compositional departures. After the Bourbon monarchy reclaimed the throne, he was exiled to Brussels where he took on many students and continued to paint.

Item# 13830827316A

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Product Details

This wall decal is a uniquely modern way for you to decorate your space. A new trend in interior design, wall decals provide a quick, simple and inexpensive alternative to painting and easy to incorporate alongside your framed posters and prints. They are fun and easy to apply or remove.

About the Art

French Neo-Classical painter Jacques-Louis David (1748-1825) was the most prominently influential artist of his time and the only great master to emerge between the Rococo and the Romantic era. An active revolutionary with Robespierre, David gained prominence with Napolean’s rise to power when he became the official court painter and literally defined the style of the era. Famous for his Empire style, he featured warm Venetian colors in a rebellion against Rococo fantasy which resulted in innovative compositional departures. After the Bourbon monarchy reclaimed the throne, he was exiled to Brussels where he took on many students and continued to paint.

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Oath of the Horatii
By Jacques-Louis David
18" x 24" Wall Decal
Product no longer available
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