J. A. D. Ingres (1780-1867) was born in Montauban on August 29, 1780,

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Ref No. Ingres 1
Portrait of Napoleon
Bonaparte, The
First Council. 1804
Oil on canvas.
Musee des Beaux-Arts
Liege, France

Ref No. Ingres 2
Portrait of Mademoiselle
Riviere. 1805.
Oil on canvas. Louvre

Ref No. Ingres 3
Portrait of Napoleon on
the Imperial Throne.
1806. Oil on canvas.
Musee de l'Arm¨¦e, Paris

Ref No. Ingres 4
The Bather of Valpincon
1808. Oil on canvas.
Louvre, Paris, France

Ref No. Ingres 5
Jupiter and Thetis.
1811.Oil on canvas
Museum Granet,

Ref No. Ingres 6
Le Grande Odalisque
1814. Oil on canvas
Louvre, Paris, France

Ref No. Ingres 7
Portrait of Madame
de Senonnes.
1814-16Oil on canvas
Museum des
Beaux-Arts, France

Ref No. Ingres 8
Roger Delivering
Angelica. 1819.
Oil on canvas.
Louvre, Paris, France

Ref No. Ingres 9
The Virgin of the Host
1841. Oil on canvas.
The Pushkin Museum
of Fine Art, Moscow.

Ref No. Ingres 10
Odalisque and Slave
1842. Oil on canvas
Walters Art Gallery,
Baltimore, MD, USA.

Ref No. Ingres 11
Portrait of Countess
1845. Oil on canvas
Frick Collection, NY

Ref No. Ingres 12
Portrait of Baroness
James de Rothschild
1848. Oil on canvas
Collection of Guy de
Rothschild, Paris, France

Ref No. Ingres 13
Portrait of Madame
Moitessier Standing
1851. Oil on canvas
National Gallery of Art
Washington, DC, USA

Ref No. Ingres 14
Portrait of Princess
De Broglie. 1853.
Oil on canvas.
Metropolitan Museum
of Art, New York, USA

Ref No. Ingres 15
The Source. 1856
Oil on canvas. Louvre

Ref No. Ingres 16
Portrait of Madame
Moitessier Sitting.
1856.Oil on canvas
National Gallery,London

Ref No. Ingres 17
The Turkish Bath
1862. Oil on wood
Louvre, Paris, France.

Ref No. Ingres 18
The Virgin of the Host
1866. Oil on canvas
Museum Bonnat,
Bayonne, France.

J. A. D. Ingres (1780-1867) was born in Montauban on August 29, 1780, the son of an unsuccessful sculptor and painter. He entered the studio of the neo-classical painter Jacques Louis David in Paris in 1797 and won the Prix de Rome in 1801 for his painting The Ambassadors of Agamemnon (¨¦cole des Beaux-Arts, Paris). From 1806 to 1820 he painted in Rome, where he developed his extraordinary gifts for drawing and design. He was greatly influenced by the work of the Italian Renaissance painter Raphael, and his style has been described as doubly inspired by Raphael and David. While in Italy, Ingres made many pencil portraits that are distinguished for purity and economy of style. In 1820 he left Rome and went to Florence for four years. On his return to Paris, Ingres won great acclaim with The Vow of Louis XIII (1820), commissioned for the Cathedral of Montauban and exhibited in the Paris Salon in 1824. He became the recognized leader of the neoclassical school that opposed the new romantic movement led by Eugene Delacroix and Theodore Gericault. During this period Ingres painted The Apotheosis of Homer (1827) for a ceiling in the Louvre in Paris. Angered by the poor reception given his Martyrdom of Saint Symphonrian (1834, Autun Cathedral), he left Paris to accept the directorship of the French Academy at Rome in 1834. At the end of his seven-year term as director he returned again to Paris and was welcomed as one of the most celebrated painters in France. His position both as a painter and as the official academic spokesman against the romanticists was established, and he was given the rank of commander of the Legion of Honor in 1845. In the Universal Exhibition of Paris in 1855 both he and Delacroix, his chief rival in art, were awarded gold medals. Ingres died in Paris on January 14, 1867.