Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres (1780 - 1867)

French Neoclassical painter



Articles on Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres
Andrew Carrington Shelton, Art, Politics, and the Politics of Art: Ingres's "Saint Symphorien" at the 1834 Salon, in Art Bulletin, 83, 2001 pp. 711-739
 
Susan L. Siegfried, Ingres's Reading - The Undoing of Narrative, in Art History, 23, 2000 pp. 654-680
 
Sarah Betzer, Ingres's Second Madame Moitessier: 'Le Brevet du Peintre d'Histoire', in Art History, 23, 2000 pp. 681-705
 
Stephen Bann, Ingres in Reproduction, in Art History, 23, 2000 pp. 706-725
 
Andrew Carrington Shelton, Ingres versus Delacroix, in Art History, 23, 2000 pp. 726-742
 
Roger Benjamin, Ingres Chez Les Fauves, in Art History, 23, 2000 pp. 743-771
 
Kirsten Hoving Powell, Le Violon d'Ingres: Man Ray's Variations on Ingres, Deformation, Desire and de Sade, in Art History, 23, 2000 pp. 772-799
 
Karen L. Kleinfelder, Ingres as a Blasted Allegory, in Art History, 23, 2000 pp. 800-817
 
Carol Ockman, Profiling Homoeroticism: Ingres's Achilles Receiving the Ambassadors of Agamemnon, in Art Bulletin, 75, 1993 pp. 259-274
 
Sandra K. Stelts, Delacroix on Ingres: A Caricature, in Master Drawings, 20, 1982 pp. 374-376, 422
 
Hans Naef, The Sculptor Dupaty and the Painter Dejuinne: Two Unpublished Portraits by Ingres, in Master Drawings, 13, 1975 pp. 261-274, 323-325
 
B. Polak, De invloed van enige monumenten der Oudheid op het classicisme van David, Ingres en Delacroix, in J.G. van Gelder, J.Q. van Regteren Altena, S.J. Gudlaugsson (eds.), Nederlands kunsthistorisch jaarboek 1948-1949, 's-Gravenhage, 1949, pp 287-315
 

Articles with substantial mentioning of Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres
Sarah Betzer, Ingres's Studio between History and Allegory: Rachel, Antiquity, and Trag├ędie, in Art Bulletin, 88, 2006 pp. 525-551
 

Born:   29 August 1780
   Montauban, France
Died:   14 January 1867
   Paris, France
ULAN:   500028037
VIAF:   76327826