Théodore Géricault, ‘Evening: Landscape with an Aqueduct’, 1818, The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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About Théodore Géricault

Théodore Géricault created one of the most iconic masterpieces of French Romanticism, the Raft of the Medusa (1818-19). Depicted on a monumental scale, Géricault portrayed in horrifying explicitness scenes of a shipwreck based on a contemporary event in which the captain had deserted his crew and passengers, leaving them to die. The painting’s allusions to governmental negligence and corruption ignited great controversy and brought Géricault widespread attention. Although he died young, his candid representations and bold style influenced many of his contemporaries, including Eugène Delacroix, who served as one of the models for the Raft of the Medusa.

French, 1791-1824, Rouen, France, based in Paris, France

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2013
Christie's Old Masters, 
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Fair History on Artsy

2015
Daniela Laube Fine Art at IFPDA Print Fair 2015
2014
Daniela Laube Fine Art at IFPDA Print Fair 2014