Shop art print and framed art Saint Louis (Louis IX), roi de France en 1226 (1214-1270) by Emile Signol

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Saint Louis (Louis IX), roi de France en 1226 (1214-1270)

The Ninth Wave (Russian: ??????? ???, Dyevyatiy val) is an 1850 painting by Russian-Armenian marine painter Ivan Aivazovsky. It is his best-known work. The title refers to an old sailing expression referring to a wave of incredible size that comes after a succession of incrementally larger waves. It depicts a sea after a night storm and people facing death attempting to save themselves by clinging to debris from a wrecked ship. The debris, in the shape of the cross, appears to be a Christian metaphor for salvation from the earthly sin. The painting has warm tones, which reduce the sea's apparent menacing overtones and a chance for the people to survive seems plausible. This painting shows both the destructiveness and beauty of nature. [...]


This artwork is a painting from the classical period. It belongs to the academism style.


« Saint Louis (Louis IX), roi de France en 1226 (1214-1270) » is kept at Châteaux de Versailles et de Trianon, Versailles, France.


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