Critical Analysis of Art

The Death of Socrates is a fabulous oil on canvas painting that was painted by Jacques-Louis David back in the year 1787. The painting serves as a reflection of many of David’s works emanating from that decade since it focuses mainly on a rather interesting classical subject

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As much as these two paintings have some difference, it is only human that credit is given where it is due. In other words, these two paintings portray some magnificent pieces of artistic work, all thanks to both David and Titian’s magical talent in painting.

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