Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, 1851 - Mrs. Moitessier - fine art print
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This artwork was created by the artist Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres in 1851. The version of the painting was painted with the size: 147 x 100 cm (57 7/8 x 39 3/8 in) and was painted with the technique oil on canvas. This artwork is included in the National Gallery of Art's collection. With courtesy of - National Gallery of Art, Washington (licensed: public domain).In addition, the work of art has the creditline: . The alignment of the digital reproduction is portrait with a side ratio of 2 : 3, meaning that the length is 33% shorter than the width. Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres was a politician, painter, violinist, whose style can primarily be classified as Neoclassicism. The Neoclassicist painter lived for a total of 87 years - born in 1780 in Montauban, Occitanie, France and deceased in the year 1867 in Paris, Ile-de-France, France.
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|Print product type:||fine art reproduction|
|Manufacturing process:||UV direct print|
|Production:||manufactured in Germany|
|Type of stock:||on demand|
|Product usage:||wall decoration, home décor|
|Artwork orientation:||portrait format|
|Image ratio:||2 : 3 - length : width|
|Implication:||the length is 33% shorter than the width|
|Item material variants:||canvas print, acrylic glass print (with real glass coating), poster print (canvas paper), metal print (aluminium dibond)|
|Canvas on stretcher frame (canvas print) size variants:||20x30cm - 8x12", 40x60cm - 16x24", 60x90cm - 24x35", 80x120cm - 31x47", 100x150cm - 39x59"|
|Acrylic glass print (with real glass coating) size variants:||20x30cm - 8x12", 40x60cm - 16x24", 60x90cm - 24x35", 80x120cm - 31x47", 100x150cm - 39x59"|
|Poster print (canvas paper):||40x60cm - 16x24", 60x90cm - 24x35", 80x120cm - 31x47"|
|Aluminium dibond print (aluminium material) size options:||20x30cm - 8x12", 40x60cm - 16x24", 60x90cm - 24x35", 80x120cm - 31x47"|
|Framing of the artprint:||not available|
Structured information on the piece of art
|Artpiece title:||"Mrs. Moitessier"|
|Classification of the artwork:||painting|
|Broad category:||modern art|
|Artwork age:||160 years|
|Artwork original medium:||oil on canvas|
|Size of the original artwork:||147 x 100 cm (57 7/8 x 39 3/8 in)|
|Museum / location:||National Gallery of Art|
|Museum location:||Washington D.C., United States of America|
|Web page:||National Gallery of Art|
|License type of artwork:||public domain|
|Courtesy of:||National Gallery of Art, Washington|
Artist summary table
|Artist name:||Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres|
|Alias names:||jean aug. d. ingres, j.a.d. ingres, אנגר ז׳ן־אוגוסט־דומיניק, Ėngr Zhan Ogi︠u︡st Dominik, Ingres, Ingres J.A.D., Engr Z'an-Ogusṭ-Dominiḳ, Engr Zhan Ogiust Dominik, Ingres J.-A.-D., ingres jean-auguste, Ingres Jean-Auguste-Dominique, J. A. D. Ingres, אנגר ז׳ן־אוגוסט־דומימניק, Jean aug. dom. ingres, Ingres Jean-Dominique, Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, Ingres J.-August, Ingres Jean Auguste Dominique, Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres, ingres jean auguste dominique, אנגרה ז'אן אוגוסט דומיניק|
|Nationality of artist:||French|
|Professions of the artist:||violinist, politician, painter|
|Artist classification:||modern artist|
|Life span:||87 years|
|Born in (place):||Montauban, Occitanie, France|
|Died in the year:||1867|
|Town of death:||Paris, Ile-de-France, France|
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When his friend Marcotte first suggested that Ingres paint Ines Moitessier, the wife of a financier and jurist, he demurred. Ingres changed his mind after being struck by her "terrible et belle tête" (terrible and beautiful head.) The author Théophile Gautier described her as "Junolike," and Ingres presents her with the imposing remoteness of a Roman goddess. Her stance is severe and strongly silhouetted, her monumental shoulders stark ivory against the somber, restricted colors around her.
Ingres insisted on painting every detail from life, so he could achieve, in his words, "the faithful rendering of nature that leads to art." With minute accuracy he has recorded the light–absorbing darkness of her lace and velvet costume, the gleam of gold jewelry, the gloss of her elaborate coiffure. The emphatic reality of these details contrasts with her unfocused gaze, contributing to the sense that she is somehow removed from life.
Ingres began to pose Madame Moitessier in the 1840s, but the work languished. This second attempt was begun after the aging artist—he was 71—had been roused from depression by the prospect of his remarriage in 1852.