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1: The Dissolution of Courtly Art

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The Toilet of Venus (pp.1)

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Sweet Melancoly – La douce mélancolie (pp.2)

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Parc de Sceaux – general view (pp.5)

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Parc de Sceaux Canal – general view (pp.5)

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Portrait of a Woman (pp.13)

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The Arbor (pp.13)

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Mezzetin (pp.14)

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Gathering Under an Arcade (The Delights of the Ball) (pp.14)

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La fete d’amour (pp.14)

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The Fortune Teller (pp.14)

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Declaration of Love (pp.20)

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Concert Champêtre (pp.20)

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Madame Boucher (pp.20)

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The Education of the Virgin (pp.28)

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Monsieur de la Breteche, Brother of the Abbot of Saint-Non (pp.28)

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Saint Thecla Freeing the City of Este from the Plague; detail of lower part (pp.29)

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Rebecca at the Well (pp.29)

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Gala Concert in Honor of Princess Maria Feodorovna in Venice (Concert of Girl Musicians in the Sala dei Filarmonici) (pp.29)

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Death of Dido (pp.31)

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The Dance (pp.31)

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Odalisque (pp.32)

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The Father’s Curse, or The Ungrateful Son (pp.33)

2: The New Reading Public

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3: The Origins of Domestic Drama

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4: Germany and the Enlightenment

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5: Revolution and Art

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The Oath of the Horatii (pp.123)

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Pastoral Landscape (pp.124)

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Landscape with Tobias and the Angel (pp.124)

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Adoration of the Shepherds (pp.126)

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Moses Saved from the Waters of the Nile (pp.126)

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Untitled (pp.128)

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Allegorical subject (pp.128)

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Paris: Pantheon (Ste. Genevieve): Ext.: general view from W (pp.128)

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Architecture (pp.128)

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Lady Jane Halliday (1750-1802) (pp.128)

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Saint Louis and Marguerite de Provence Visiting Saint Thiebaud (pp.130)

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Side Table: Rococo (pp.131)

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The Music Lesson (pp.131,132)

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Allegory of Music (pp.132)

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Mary with Child and two Angels (pp.132)

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The Crucifixion (pp.132)

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George III (pp.132)

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The Love Letter (pp.134)

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Head of a Young Woman (Contemplation) (pp.134,135)

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Blowing Soap-bubbles (pp.135)

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Greek Girl Decorating a Bronze Vase with a Garland of Flowers (pp.135)

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The Lictors Bring Brutus the Bodies of his Sons (pp.137)

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Sappho, Phaon and Cupid (pp.141)

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Death of Marat (pp.143)

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Count Jean-Antoine Chaptal (pp.144)

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Apotheosis of the dead French Heroes
Ossian and the French Generals
Ossian Receiving the French Generals (pp.144)

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Aeneas and Dido, oil sketch (pp.144)

6: German and Western Romanticism

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Liberty Leading the People (July 28th 1830) (pp.181)

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The Massacre of Chios. Greek Families Waiting for Death or Slavery (pp.181)

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Portrait, 9 heures du matin – Mm (Mlle. Annette Boulanger) (pp.181)

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Three Women (pp.181)

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Blacksmith (pp.181)

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Forest Interior Intérieur de forêt (pp.181)

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Statuette (model) of a black man stretched out full length and raised up on his left hand and knee, with an ankle iron and chain on his right leg, a whip on the ground beside him. (pp.181)

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The Beeches (pp.207)

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Death of Sardanapalus (pp.207)

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Mulatto Woman (pp.207)