Ingres – French Neoclassical and Portrait Painter

Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres (1780-1867) was a French Neoclassical Painter who was also a master of painting portraits. His self view was that of a guardian and conservator of the past style of art forms. In reality, his art style which utilized distortions of form and style, particularly with his numerous portraits, serve as a precursor to modern art. Our pattern collection contains many examples of his neoclassical works including Oedipus and the Sphinx, Jupiter and Thetis, and The Source. We’ve also included many of his portraits including Madame Rivere, Madame Aymon, Mme. Moitessier, Louis-François Bertin, François Marius Granet, Edme-François-Joseph Bochet, and Jean Baptiste Desdeban.

Patterns Included In This Set

Self Portrait

Napoleon on his Imperial Throne

Madame Riviere

La Grande Odalisque

Louis Francois Bertin

Odalisque with a Slave

The Valpincon Bather

Marcotte d’Argenteuil

Mlle. Jeanne-Suzanne-Catherine

Madame Marie Marcotte

Louise de Broglie

Princesse Albert de Broglie

The Source

Madame Moitessier

The Turkish Bath

Jupiter and Thetis

The Virgin Adoring the Host

Half-figure of a Bather

Oedipus and the Sphinx

Paolo and Francesca

Francois-Marius Granet


Bonaparte as First Consul

Madame Aymon

Baronne James de Rothschild

Madame Henri Gonse

Edme François Joseph Bochet

Hippolyte François Devillers

Madame Jacques-Louis Leblanc

Madame Paul-Sigisbert Moitessier

Count Nikolai Dmitrievich Gouriev

Madame Frederic Reiset

Hygin-Edmond-Ludovic-Auguste Cave

Delphine Ramel Madame Ingres

The Architect Jean Baptiste Desdeban

Pierre François Bernier

Virgin of the Adoption

Mademoiselle Rivière