Goya, Jusqu’à son grand-père, 1799

Francisco Goya y Lucientes Los Caprichos, Plate 39 Asta su Abuelo. And so was his grandfather Etching with burnished aquatint, courtesy of Arthur Ross, New York City

Eugène Delacroix, La liberté guidant le peuple, 1830

Delacroix, La Liberté guidant le peuple olio su tela m x m).

Gericault, L'Envieuse folle, 1822-1833

Woman Suffering from Obsessive Envy, 1822 by Jean Louis Théodore Géricault

Victor Hugo, Ma destinée, 1867

Victor Hugo Ma Destinee (My Destiny), 1857 oil on canvas

Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres, Bain Turc, 1863

Orientalism: Jean-Aguste-Dominique Ingres : Le bain turc, 1862 - Oil on canvas…

William Turner, Passage avec pêcheurs, 1830

Joseph Mallord William Turner 'Fishermen at Sea' exhibited 1796 - The final utterance of the era defining century artist J.Turner as he lay dying of cholera was " the Sun is God"

John Constable, Étude du paysage marin, 1824-1827

Seascape Study with Rain Cloud - John Constable - Gallery: Royal Academy of Arts, London, UK

Goya, !Que se la llevaron! Ils l’ont enlevée, 1799

Francisco Goya, Capricho No. Que se la llevaron! (So they carried her off!

Gericault, Officier de chasseurs à cheval chargeant, 1812

The Charging Chasseur, or 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, ready to attack.