In 1800, Napoleon led his reserve army across the Alps into Italy to fight Austrian forces that had laid siege to Genoa. Although Genoa had fallen by the time Napoleon had reached it, the crossing led to a series of important military victories for Napoleon.
Review the two paintings of Napoleon. David chooses to include a broader view of the mountains and the sky than Delaroche does. What is the main effect of these different choices on the paintings?
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well the first "image" has him telling the people to attack or to go over there
Yeah but I don't understand how the size/view of the mountains really make any difference!?!
the second image has him leading the people to one place
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I would say, that he made it in like a victory win, "thats why he is closer to his destination"
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Wouldn't the greater distance (less broad view) portrayed in Delaroche's painting make him seem closer to victory because it shows he has traveled a greater distance?
I have a feeling the answer is something different...maybe
Well, that is what i would put but. whatever you feel you should go with it:))
Okay, but I have no ideas haha
Oh, well im sorry xD. what exactly are you needing?
I am wondering how the broadness of the mountains and distance from the sky changes the meaning of both of the artists painting.
Delaroche's mountains have a lighter shade color in the back than David's, but Delaroche's painting is supposed to portray a weary depiction of Napoleon.
I would just define the victory.
The difference(s) I notice between the two paintings are that the mood of David's painting has more of a victory feel, a triumph, showing the mountains they've conquered in the background. Delaroche's painting has a disheartened mood to it. Kind of like the journey is never ending, and they're cold. There are less mountains in the picture because it adds to the effect that they feel there's so much more progress to be made.
Does that help at all? xD