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Louise Adelaide Desnos - L'Appel des condamnés


Louise Adelaide Desnos - L'Appel des condamnés



Français : L'Appel des condamnés. Tableau exposé au Salon de 1846 (no 528) sous le titre Le journal du soir, ou l'appel des condamnés, avec une citation de Thiers : ""On portait les noms sur autant d'actes d'accusation, et on venait le soir signifier ces actes aux prisonniers et les traduire à la Conciergerie. Cela s'appelait, dans la langue des geôliers, le journal du soir." / (Thiers, Histoire de la Révolution française).

Louise Adelaide Desnos was a French portrait and history painter who was born in 1807 and died in 1878. She was known for her skilful portrayal of historical and literary figures in her artwork. Recognised for her talent during her lifetime, Desnos contributed to the artistic landscape of her time with her portraits and historical scenes. Although she may not be as widely recognised as some other artists of her time, her contributions to the art world remain remarkable. If you're interested in learning more about her life and work, exploring art historical resources or books on 19th century French painting would be a good place to start.



1800 - 1900


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