The Charging Chasseur Silk Jacket Lining

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Théodore Géricault 1791–1834, The Charging Chasseur, c.1812

  • 100% Silk
  • 98cm x 98cm
  • Designed and Printed in Britain

The Charging Chasseur, (or alternatively known as An Officer of the Imperial Horse Guards Charging) is an oil painting on canvas of about 1812 by the French painter Théodore Géricault, portraying a mounted Napoleonic cavalry officer who is ready to attack. The painting was Géricault's first exhibited work and it is an example of Géricault's attempt to condense both movement and structure in art. It represents French romanticism and has a motif similar to Jacques-Louis David's Napoleon Crossing the Alps, but non-classical characteristics of the picture include its dramatic diagonal arrangement and vigorous paint handling.

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