Δευτέρα, 18 Νοεμβρίου 2013

Η επανάσταση στην ζωγραφική. The revolution in painting

Marc Chagall, La Révolution, 1968.

Eugène Delacroix, La Liberté guidant le peuple, Liberty Leading the People, 1830.

Jean-Pierre Houël, The Storming of the Bastille. Visible in the center is the arrest of Bernard René Jourdan, marquis de Launay 1789, Watercolor painting; 37,8 x 50,5 cm, Bibliothèque Nationale Française.

 Valentine Cameron Prinsep, La Révolution, 1896.

Egide Charles Gustave Wappers, Episode des journées de Septembre 1830, Episodes from September Days 1830 on the Place de l'Hôtel de Ville in Brussels, 1835.

 Benjamin West, Death on the Pale Horse, 1796.

Peter von Hess, «Ο Παναγιώτης Κεφάλας σηκώνει τη σημαία της ελευθερίας στα τείχη της Τριπολιτσάς» " Commander Panagiotis Kephalas raising the Greek flag in Tripolitsa after the successful siege ".

Emmanuel Leutze, George Washington Crossing the Delaware, 1851.

Grant Wood, Les filles de la Révolution, Daughters of Revolution, 1932.

Italian School, Revolution In Florence.

Horace Verne, Barricade on the rue Soufflot, Paris, February 1848.

N. Khukov, Karl Marx arrested in Brussels, March 1848

Carlos “Botong” Francisco, Philippine Revolution, 1898. Bonifacio, Father of the Filipino Nation and Initiator of the Philippine Revolution. Detail from the mural “History of Manila” at the Manila City Hall.

Ilya Repin, The Revolutionary Meeting, 1883. 

Henri de Groux, Le Grand Chambardement, The Great social revolution, 1893.

Vladimir Egorovic Makovskij, The First Day of the Russian Revolution on January 9, 1905.

Boris Kustodiev, "Bolshevik", 1920.

Ivan Vladimirov, Capture of the Winter Palace, 1917.

Ivan Vladimirov, The former.

A gigantic painting of Lenin addressing the crowd upon his return to Russia during the Russian Revolution. Note the disaffected bourgeoisie, military officers, and priests in the lower right. The painting hangs in the Museum of Political History.

José Clemente Orozco, "The Trench", 1926.

Francis Picabia, La Révolution Espagnole, 1937.


Escif, “A Nice Time For a Revolution”.