Henri de Triqueti, Auguste Preault, and the Glorification of Law under the July Monarchy

Ribner, Jonathan P.
September 1988
Art Bulletin;Sep88, Vol. 70 Issue 3, p486
Academic Journal
Examines the reflection, in official art, of the professed commitment to constitutional legality by the French July Monarchy circa 1830-48. Decorative commissions awarded by the regime to a Romantic sculptor, Baron Henri de Triqueti; Use of biblical parody in contemporary French political caricature; Review of the art work of sculptor August Pr é ault.


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