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Head of lion - Théodore Géricault
Head of lion - Théodore Géricault
Head of lion - Théodore Géricault
Head of lion - Théodore Géricault
Head of lion - Théodore Géricault
Head of lion - Théodore Géricault
Head of lion - Théodore Géricault
Head of lion - Théodore Géricault
Head of lion - Théodore Géricault
Head of lion - Théodore Géricault
Head of lion - Théodore Géricault
Head of lion - Théodore Géricault
Head of lion - Théodore Géricault
Head of lion - Théodore Géricault
Head of lion - Théodore Géricault
Head of lion - Théodore Géricault
Head of lion - Théodore Géricault
Head of lion - Théodore Géricault
Head of lion - Théodore Géricault
Head of lion - Théodore Géricault
Head of lion - Théodore Géricault

Head of lion - Théodore Géricault

Théodore Géricault painted this portrait of a lioness around 1819. A certain melancholy can be detected in the deep gaze of the captive animal. The representation of lionesses is not common, all the glory being rather attributed to the king of animals: the lion. However, the social structure of the species, which is unique among wild animals, is largely based on females.

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Théodore Géricault painted this portrait of a lioness around 1819. A certain melancholy can be detected in the deep gaze of the captive animal. The representation of lionesses is not common, all the glory being rather attributed to the king of animals: the lion. However, the social structure of the species, which is unique among wild animals, is largely based on females.

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Théodore Géricault is, along with Eugène Delacroix, the epitome of the French Romantic painter. He is also the author of one of the most famous works of the nineteenth century: The Raft of the Medusa, which revolutionized history painting under the Restoration. The painter, fascinated by morbid themes, was also a great lover of horses, which he represented in many works.
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