John Reinhard Weguelin was a British painter who emulated the style of Lawrence Alma-Tadema as can be seen in Lesbia from 1878.
William Blake Richmond was a Neoclassical painter of the Victorian age in Britain who painted Hera in the House of Hephaistos around 1902
Benjamin West's Benjamin Franklin Drawing Electricity from the Sky depicts his namesake looking to the heavens in a dramatic scene.
John Reinhard Weguelin was known for his mythological and historical subjects which can be seen in The Obsequies of an Egyptian Cat.
John Reinhard Weguelin's 1900 painting The Mermaid of Zennor is taken from a Cornish folk tale about a man running away with a mermaid.
John Reinhard Weguelin paints in 1888 a funeral scene from Greek mythology in The Gardens of Adonis.
Antoine-Jean Gros painted General Baston de Lariboisière and His Son Ferdinand in 1805, a year after Napoleon's defeat at Waterloo.
Here is an 1800 portrait of Christine Boyer by Antoine-Jean Gros, as a member of the then ascendant Bonaparte family.
Gainsborough Dupont paints Henry Fiennes Pelham Clinton with an expression of stern authority in this Neoclassical work.
In 1810 French artist Antoine-Jean Gros painted a portrait of General Claude Legrand who was a distinguished general of Napoleon.
Antoine-Jean Gros Gros was commissioned by the boy's father to paint this spirited piece Equestrian Portrait of Prince Boris Yusupov in 1809.
Paul-Jacques-Aimé Baudry's Charlotte Corday can be seen as a riposte to Jacques-Louis David's treatment of the same subject, the assassination Marat.
Jacques-Louis David's portrait of Anne-Marie-Louise Thélusson, Countess of Sorcy was painted in 1790 at the begining of the French Revolution
Melancholy is a painting of a female figure here slumped over in a depressive state by French painter Constance Marie Charpentier.
The Death of Cleopatra is a highly finished scene at the border between classical composition and naturalistic style by French painter Jean-André Rixens.
Napoleon Accepts the Surrender of Madrid, 4th December 1808 is a Neo-classic painting by French artist Antoine-Jean Gros.
Antoine-Jean Gros' Napoleon at the Pyramids in 1798, painted 12 years after the event in 1810 shows a packed battle scene filled with action
Mars Being Disarmed by Venus is French Neo-classical painter Jacques-Louis David's final work, painted in 1824.
1835's Hercules and Diomedes is Antoine-Jean Gros' final painting and depicts the seventh labour of Hercules
French artist Paul Delaroche painted the historic scene of Joan of Arc Being Interrogated in 1824 in the French Neoclassical style.