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Horace Vernet



 


 
Horace Vernet

(b Paris, 30 June 1789; d Paris, 17 Jan 1863).

Painter, son of Carle Vernet. He was born in his father’s lodgings at the Palais du Louvre, where his grandfather Joseph Vernet also lived; his maternal grandfather was Jean-Michel Moreau. To these antecedents and influences are ascribed the supreme ease of his public career, his almost incredible facility and his fecundity. His early training in his father’s studio was supplemented by formal academic training with François-André Vincent until 1810, when he competed unsuccessfully for the Prix de Rome. He first exhibited at the Salon in 1812. In 1814 Vernet received the Légion d’honneur for the part he played in the defence of Paris, which he commemorated in the Clichy Gate: The Defence of Paris, 30 March 1814 (1820; Paris, Louvre), a spirited painting that represented a manifesto of Liberal opposition to Restoration oppression.


 




 

Self-Portrait
1835
 


 


Portrait of General Pablo Morillo
 



 

Judah and Tamar



 

Portrait de Louise Vernet, fille de l'artiste




 

The Gate at Clichy



 

The Last Grenadier of Waterloo



 

The Battle Below the Hills of Affroun



 

Portrait Of Lieutenant Colonel, Comte De Thalouet



 

Cavalier en armure tenant un drapeau




 

Soldier-Labourer



 

Invalid petitioning Napoleon at the Guards review by the Tuileries Palace in Paris




 

The Artist's Studio



 

The Battle of Hanau

1824



 


The Dog of the Regiment Wounded



 

The Arab Tale-teller

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