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Ingres, Jean Auguste Dominique

Line breaks: Jean Au|guste Domi|nique Ingres
Pronunciation: /ˈaŋgrə
 
, ɛ̃gʀ/
  • (1780–1867), French painter. A pupil of Jacques-Louis David, he vigorously upheld neoclassicism in opposition to Delacroix’s romanticism. Notable works: Ambassadors of Agamemnon (1801) and The Bather (1808).

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