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The Execution of Lady Jane Grey - Paul Delaroche - Framed art Print

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Type: Print On Demand Image

Collections: 19c European,  Classics & Masters,  Figurative,  Historic,  National Gallery,  Pre 1900,  Tower,  


  • Framed 19c European art print (35 x 40 cm) by Paul Delaroche.
  • Buy this print framed for £155.
  • Buy this print unframed for £45.
  • Framed Size is 35 x 40 cm.
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About this artwork

Lady Jane Grey's reign as the Queen of England was brief, lasting only nine days before she was executed at Tower Hill on February 12, 1554, for treason. Her last moments were heartbreakingly captured by the French artist, Paul Delaroche. Delaroche used a minimalist, stage-like space, dramatic lighting, and life-sised figures to convey the terror of the event. This print is a color-accurate representation of the original artwork and has been given the green light by the National Gallery. Every purchase made contributes to the museum's ongoing work.



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About the artist

Born in 1797 and passing away in 1856, the French painter Hippolyte-Paul Delaroche made a name for himself through his emotive, historical scenes. He won widespread recognition across Europe for his dramatic representations, often showcasing figures from both English and French history.

Despite the strong emotional resonance in Delaroche's work, a characteristic typically associated with Romanticism, he also demonstrated tendencies towards Academicism and Neoclassicism through his meticulous detail and his propensity to downplay the glorification of historical figures.

Delaroche's approach to art was steeped in pragmatic realism. His paintings, whether of historical personalities like Marie-Antoinette, Christian icons, or contemporaries such as Napoleon Bonaparte, were all treated with the same level of objectivity, ignoring popular norms and ideals.

Having been a notable student of Antoine-Jean Gros, Delaroche went on to mentor several acclaimed artists, including Thomas Couture, Jean-Léon Gérôme, and Jean-François Millet.

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