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The Portraits of Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres

Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres, French Neoclassical painter, born at Montauban, 1780, died in Paris, 1867. He a pupil of David. He worked for some twenty years in Rome and Florence, choosing Raphael as his model. He was considered the prime model for the representation of correct design and ideal composition.
Paintings
Title
Date
Medium
Dimensions[1]
Location
Male Torso
1800
Oil on canvas
102 x 80
École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris
Pierre-François Bernier
c. 1800
Oil on paper mounted on canvas
45 x 37
Memorial Art Gallery, University of Rochester
 
The Ambassadors of Agamemnon
1801
Oil on canvas 
110 x 155
École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris 
 
Bonaparte as First Consul
1804
Oil on canvas
227 x 147
Musée d'Armes, Liege
 
Jean-Marie-Joseph Ingres
1804
Oil on canvas
55 x 47
Musée Ingres, Montauban
Self-portrait [Probably reworked and is now the 1850 portrait]
1804/1850
Oil on canvas
78.1 x 61 or unknown
Musée Condé, if it is the 1850 portrait, otherwise, lost[2]
Young Man with an Earring
1804
Oil on canvas
41 x 33
Musée Ingres, Montauban
 
Philibert Rivière
1804-05
Oil on canvas
115 x 90
Musée du Louvre
 
Jean-Pierre-François Gilibert
1804-05
Oil on canvas
99 x 81
Musée Ingres, Montauban
 
Philibert Rivière
1804-05
Oil on canvas
115 x 90
Musée du Louvre
 
Jean-Pierre-François Gilibert
1804-05
Oil on canvas
99 x 81
Musée Ingres, Montauban
 
Monsieur Belvéze-Foulon
1805
Oil on canvas
55 x 46
Musée Ingres, Montauban
 
Joseph Vialètes de Mortarieu
1805
Oil on canvas
56 x 46
Norton Simon Museum
Lorenzo Bartolini
1805
Oil on canvas
98 x 80
Musée Ingres, Montauban
 
Père Desmarets
1805
Oil on canvas
64.8 x 54.5
Musée des Augustins, Toulouse
 
Aphrodite Wounded by Diomedes
c. 1805
Oil on canvas
26.5 x 33
Kunstmuseum, Basel
 
Madame Aymon (La Belle Zélie)
1806
Oil on canvas
59 x 49
Musée des Beaux-Arts, Rouen
Madame Philibert Rivière, née Marie-Françoise-Jacquette-Bibiane Blot de Beauregard
1806
Oil on canvas
116 x 90
Musée du Louvre
Mademoiselle Caroline Rivière
1806
Oil on canvas
99.5 x 64.5
Musée du Louvre
 
Napoleon I on His Imperial Throne
1806
Oil on canvas
259 x 162
Musée de l'Armée, Paris
 
Madame Duvaucey
1807
Oil on canvas
76 x 59
Musée Condé
 
The Bather of Valpinçon
1808
Oil on canvas
146 x 97
Musée du Louvre
 
Oedipus and the Sphinx
1808
Oil on canvas
189 x 144
Musée du Louvre
 
Venus Anadyomene
1808-48
Oil on canvas
193 x 92
Musée Condé
 
François-Marius Granet
1809
Oil on canvas
74.5 x 63.2
Musée Granet, Aix-en-Provence
Charles-Marie-Jean-Baptiste Marcotte (Marcotte d'Argenteuil)
1810
Oil on canvas
93.7 x 69.4
National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
Joseph-Antoine Moltedo
c. 1810
Oil on canvas
75.2 x 58.1
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
 
Jean-Baptiste Desdéban
c. 1810
Oil on canvas
63 x 49
Musée des Beaux-Arts et d'Archéologie, Besançon
 
Paul Lemoyne
c. 1810-11
Oil on canvas
46 x 35
The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City
 
Edme-François-Joseph Bochet
1811
Oil on canvas
94 x 69
Musée du Louvre
 
Jupiter and Thetis
1811
Oil on canvas
327 x 260
Musée Granet
Charles-Joseph-Laurent Cordier[5]
1811
Oil on canvas
90 x 60
Musée du Louvre
Hippolyte-François Devillers
1811
Oil on canvas
96.5 x 78.5
Foundation E. G. Bührle Collection, Zurich
Jacques Marquet, Baron de Montbreton de Norvins
1811 [reworked after 1814]
Oil on canvas
97.2 x 78.7
The Trustees of the National Gallery, London
 
Madame Henri-Philippe-Joseph Panckoucke, née Cécile-Françoise Bochet
1811
Oil on canvas
93 x 68
Musée du Louvre
 
Romulus, Conqueror of Acron
1812
Oil on canvas
276 x 530
Musée du Louvre
 
Comtesse de Tournon, née Geneviève de Seytres Caumont
1812
Oil on canvas
92 x 73
Philadelphia Museum of Art
 
Virgil Reciting from The Aeneid
1812
Oil on canvas
304 x 323
Musée des Augustins, Toulouse
 
The Betrothal of Raphael
1813-14
Oil on canvas
59 x 46
Walters Art Gallery
 
Queen Caroline Murat
1814
Oil on canvas
92 x 60
Private collection
 
Madame de Senonnes, née Marie-Geneviève-Marguerite Marcoz, later Vicomtesse de Senonnes
1814
Oil on canvas
106 x 84
Musée des Beaux-Arts, Nantes
 
Raphael and the Fornarina
1814
Oil on canvas
68 x 55
Fogg Art Museum
 
The Sistine Chapel
1814
Oil on canvas
74.5 x 92.7
National Gallery of Art,
Washington D.C.
 
Grande Odalisque
1814
Oil on canvas
91 x 162
Musée du Louvre
 
Paolo and Francesca
1814
Oil on wood
35 x 28
Musée Condé
 
Madame Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, née Madeleine Chapelle
1814?
Oil on canvas
68 x 54
Foundation E. G. Bührle Collection, Zurich
Roger Freeing Angelica
1819
Oil on canvas
145 x 187
Musée du Louvre
 
Lorenzo Bartolini
1820
Oil on canvas
106 x 85.1
Musée du Louvre
 
Christ Giving the Keys to Saint Peter
1820
Oil on canvas
280 x 217
Musée Ingres, Montauban
Self-Portrait (after Raphael)
1820-24
Oil on canvas
43 x 34
Musée Ingres, Montauban
Maddalena Doni, Study of a Woman's Hands (after Raphael)
1820-24
Oil on canvas
28 x 23
Musée Bonnat, Bayonne
The Entry into Paris of the Dauphin, the Future Charles V
1821
Oil on wood
47 x 55.9
Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford
Count Nikolai Dmitrievich Gouriev[6]
1821
Oil on canvas
107 x 86
State Hermitage Museum
Mademoiselle Jeanne-Suzanne-Catherine Gonin, later Madame Pyrame Thomeguex
1821
Oil on canvas
76.2 x 59.1
The Taft Museum
Madonna della Granduca (after Raphael)
1821-24
Oil on paper
34 x 24
Musée Ingres, Montauban
The Venus of Urbino (after Titian)
1822
Oil on canvas
115.8 x 168
Walters Art Gallery
Madame Jacques-Louis Leblanc (née Françoise Poncelle)
1823
Oil on canvas
119.4 x 92.7
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
 
Isaure-Juliette-Josephine Leblanc
1823
Oil on canvas
38 x 30
Mokhtar Museum, Gezira
 
Jacques-Louis Leblanc
1823
Oil on canvas
121 x 95.6
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
 
The Vow of Louis XIII
1824
Oil on canvas
421 x 262
Notre-Dame Cathedral, Montauban
Madame Marie Marcotte (Marcotte de Sainte-Marie), née Suzanne-Clarisse de Salvaing de Boissieu
1826
Oil on canvas
93 x 74
Musée du Louvre
 
Amédée-David, Comte de Pastoret
1826
Oil on canvas
103 x 83.5
The Art Institute of Chicago
 
The Apotheosis of Homer
1827
Oil on canvas
152 x 203
Musée du Louvre
La petite baigneuse, or Intérieur de harem
1828
Oil on canvas
35 x 27
Musée du Louvre
Charles X in His Coronation Robes
1829
Oil on canvas
128.9 x 90.2
Musée Bonnat, Bayonne
 
La Source
c. 1830-56
Oil on canvas
163 x 80
Musée d'Orsay
 
Madame Clément Boulanger, née Marie-Elisabeth Blavot, later Madame Edmond Cavé
1830s?
Oil on canvas
40.6 x 32.7
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
 
Louis-Francois Bertin
1832
Oil on canvas
116 x 95
Musée du Louvre
Study for 'The Martyrdom of Saint Symphorian'
1833
Oil, graphite, and red chalk on canvas, mounted on wood
61.3 x 49.3
Fogg Art Museum
 
Study for 'The Martyrdom of Saint Symphorian'
1833
Oil and graphite on canvas, mounted on aluminium
61.8 x 50.1
Fogg Art Museum
 
The Martyrdom of Saint Symphorian
1834
Oil on canvas
407 x 339
Cathedral of Saint-Lazare, Autun
 
Comte Louis-Mathieu Molé
1834
Oil on canvas
147 x 114
Private collection
 
Odalisque with Slave
1840
Oil on wood
72.4 x 100.3
Fogg Art Museum
 
Antiochus and Stratonice
1840
Oil on canvas
57.2 x 98.1
Musée Condé
 
The Virgin with the Host
1841
Oil on canvas
116 x 84
State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts
 
Ferdinand-Philippe-Louis-Charles-Henri, Duc d' Orléans
1842
Oil on canvas
158 x 122
Private collection
 
Cherubini and the Muse of Lyric Poetry
1842
Oil on canvas
105.1 x 94
Musée du Louvre
 
First Oil Sketch for 'Comtesse
d'Haussonville'
1842
Oil on canvas
111.5 x 75.5
Galerie Jan Krugier
The Golden Age
1842-47
Oil on plaster
480 x 660
Château de Dampierre, Yvelines
 
Jesus among the Doctors
1842-62
Oil study on canvas
265 x 320
Musée Ingres, Montauban
 
Ferdinand-Philippe, Duc d' Orléans
1843
Oil on canvas
156 x 120
Musée National du Château, Versailles
 
Ferdinand-Philippe-Louis-Charles-Henri, Duc d' Orléans
1844
Oil on canvas
218 x 131
Musée National du Château, Versailles
 
Hygin-Edmond-Ludovic-Auguste Cavé
1844
Oil on canvas
40.7 x 32.7
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
 
Vicomtesse Othenin d'Haussonville, née Louise-Albertine de Broglie
1845
Oil on canvas
131.8 x 92
The Frick Collection, New York
 
Madame Henri Gonse, née Josephine-Caroline Maille
1845-52
Oil on canvas
73 x 62
Musée Ingres, Montauban
 
Madame Fréderic Reiset, née Augustine-Modeste-Hortense Reiset
1846
Oil on canvas
60 x 47
Fogg Art Museum
Baronne James de Rothschild, née Betty von Rothschild
1848
Oil on canvas
141.9 x 101
Private collection
Self-portrait [probably the 1804 portrait reworked]
1850/1804
Oil on canvas
78.1 x 61
Musée Condé
Madame Paul-Sigisbert Moitessier, née Marie-Clotilde-Inès de Foucauld
1851
Oil on canvas
146.7 x 100.3
National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.
 
Joan of Arc at the Coronation of Charles VII in the Cathedral of Rheims
1851-54
Oil on canvas
240 x 178
Musée du Louvre
Venus on Paphos [Antonie Balaÿ]
1852
Oil on canvas
91.5 x 70.5
Musée d'Orsay
Study for 'The Apotheosis of Napoleon I'
1853
Oil on canvas
48.9 diam.
Musée Carnavalet
 
Princesse Albert de Broglie, née Josephine-Eléonore-Marie-Pauline de Galard de Brassac de Béarn
1853
Oil on canvas
121.3 x 90.8
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
 
Study for 'The Apotheosis of Napoleon I'
1853
Oil on canvas
48.9 diam.
Musée du Louvre
 
The Apotheosis of Napoleon I
1854
Ceiling mural
 
Hotel de Ville, Paris - destroyed
 
The Virgin with the Host
1854
Oil on canvas
113 diam.
Musée d'Orsay
 
Napoléon-Joseph-Charles-Paul Bonaparte, called Prince Napoleon
1855
Destroyed
Isabelle Hittorff, later Madame Gaudry
bef. 1856
Oil on canvas
33 diam.
Musée des Beaux-Arts, Grenoble
 
Madame Paul-Sigisbert Moitessier, née Marie-Clotilde-Inès de Foucauld
1856
Oil on canvas
120 x 92.1
The Trustees of the National Gallery, London
 
Self-Portrait at Seventy-Eight
1858
Oil on canvas
62 x 51
Galleria degli Uffizi
 
Venus Anadyomene
c. 1858
Oil on canvas
31.4 x 20
Musée du Louvre
Self-Portrait at the Age of Seventy-nine
1859
Oil on paper
64.8 x 52.1
Fogg Art Museum
 
Madame J.-A.-D. Ingres, née Delphine Ramel
1859
Oil on canvas
63 x 50
Oskar Reinhart Collection
 
The Golden Age
1862
Oil on paper, mounted on wood
46.4 x 61.9
Fogg Art Museum
 
The Turkish Bath
1862
Oil on paper, mounted on wood
108 diam.
Musée du Louvre
 
Minerva
1864
Oil on canvas
32 diam.
Wallraf-Richartz-Museum
 
Self-Portrait
1864-65
Oil on canvas
64 x 53
Koninklijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten
Drawings
Title
Date
Medium
Dimensions[1]
Location
Jean Moulet
1791
Red chalk on paper
13.6 x 11.1
Musée Ingres, Montauban
 
Portrait of a Boy
c. 1793-94
Graphite with touches of red watercolour, with a band of green watercolour at the edge of the paper
10.8 diam.
The Pierpont Morgan Library, New York
 
Unknown Man
1796
Graphite on parchment, with a band of green watercolour at the edge of the paper
13.7 diam.
National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
 
Monsieur Brochard
1796
Graphite
7.9 diam.

Private collection

 
Monsieur Brochard in Classical Costume
c. 1796
Graphite and grey ink
9.4 diam.
Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, CA
 
Joseph Ingres and His Daughters Augustine and Anne-Marie
c. 1796
Graphite, ink, and wash on paper
17.1 x 25.2
Musée Ingres, Montauban
 
Portrait of a Man
1797
Graphite
7.6 diam.
Musée du Louvre
Belisarius (after François Gérard)
c. 1797
Charcoal, black chalk, and graphite on paper
62.9 x 49.3
Phyllis Hattis Fine Arts
Portrait of a Man
c. 1797
Graphite
7.5 diameter
Ashmolean Museum, Oxford
 
Barbara Bansi
c. 1797
Black chalk, stumped, with white highlights
55.4 x 40.5
Musée du Louvre
 
Pierre-Guillaume Cazeaux
1798
Black chalk, stumped, with white highlights on paper
27.4 x 21
Private collection
Self-Portrait[3]
unknown
Graphite on tracing paper glued to paper
31.3 x 20.6
Musée du Louvre
Madame Récamier [after Jacques-Louis David]
c. 1800
Graphite and red chalk on paper
6.8 x 11.3
Musée Ingres, Montauban
Jean-Charles-Auguste Simon
1802-03
Black chalk, stumped, with white highlights
40.8 x 35.9
Musée des Beaux-Arts, Orléans
 
Bonaparte as First Consul
1803-04
Brown ink and grey wash
22.5 x 15.2
Private collection
 
Henriette Harvey and Her Half Sister, Elizabeth Norton
1804
Grey watercolour and graphite on paper
28 x 18.3
Musée du Louvre
 
Drawing after the Portrait of Belveze-Foulon
1805
Graphite on paper
12 x 9.9
Musée Ingres, Montauban
 
Napoleon at the Kehl Bridge
bef. 1806
Graphite and pen on paper
28 x 37.7
Musée Ingres, Montauban
 
Madame Béranger
bef. 1806
Graphite and ink on paper
 
Private collection
La Belle Ferronière (after da Vinci)
bef. 1806
Charcoal on paper
52.5 x 41.8
Barber Institute of Fine Arts, Birmingham University
The Forestier Family
1806
Graphite on paper
23.3 x 31.9
Musée du Louvre
 
The Forestier Family
n.d.
Graphite
24.1 x 32.5
Musée Ingres, Montauban
 
Jean-Charles-Auguste Simon
1806
Graphite, with white highlights
26.9 x 21.5
Musée des Beaux-Arts, Orléans
 
Jean-François-Julien Ménager
1806
Graphite
24.2 x 17.5
Private collection  
Symbolic Objects (Hand of Justice; Sceptre of 'Dagobert')
1806
Graphite on paper
12.1 x 8.8
Musée Ingres, Montauban
An Emperor Seated on His Throne (after a Byzantine ivory)
1806
Graphite on tracing paper
26.5 x 14.2
Musée Ingres, Montauban
The Sceptre of Charles V
1806
Graphite on paper
30 x 10.6
Musée Ingres, Montauban
 
Thomas-Charles Naudet
1806
Graphite on paper
23.8 x 17.5
Museum of Art, Rhode Island School, of Design, Providence
 
View of the Villa Medici, Rome
c. 1806
Graphite on paper
12 x 20
Fogg Art Museum
 
Antiochus and Stratonice
c. 1806
Graphite and brown wash on paper
29 x 40
Musée du Louvre
 
The Villa Medici Seen from the San Gaetano Pavilion
1807
Graphite and sepia wash on paper
28.9 x 23.1
Musée Ingres, Montauban
 
Madame Duvaucey
c. 1807
Graphite and black chalk on paper
30.1 x 23.2
Musée Ingres, Montauban
 
Lucien Bonaparte
c. 1807
Graphite
23.6 x 18.5
Private collection
 
Victor Dourlen
1808
Graphite
30.4 x 23.8
Private collection  
Madame Guillaume Guillon Lethière, née Marie-Joseph-Honorée Vanzenne, and Her Son Lucien Lethière
1808
Graphite
24.1 x 18.7
The Metropolitan Museum of Art 
Reclining Nude
c. 1808
Graphite on paper
15 x 16.6
Musée Ingres, Montauban
 
Reclining Nude
c. 1808
Graphite on paper
9.5 x 16.5
Musée Ingres, Montauban
 
The Sleeper of Naples
c. 1808
Graphite on paper
12.4 x 22.6
Private collection
 
Merry-Joseph Blondel
1809
Graphite
17.6 x 14
The Metropolitan Museum of Art 
View of Rome[4]
1809
Graphite on paper
27.8 x 21.7
Musée Ingres, Montauban
François-Marius Granet
1809
Graphite
43.4 x 32.2
Musée Ingres, Montauban
 
Auguste-Jean-Marie Guenepin
1809
Graphite
21 x 16.3
National Gallery of Art, Washington DC
 
Charles-François Mallet
1809
Graphite
26.6 x 21.1
The Art Institute of Chicago
 
Madame Guillaume Mallet, née Anne-Julie Houel
1809
Graphite
29 x 19.6
André Bromberg
 
André-Marie Chatillon
1810
Graphite on paper
22.4 x 16.5
Baltimore Museum of Art
 
Dr Jean-Louis Robin
c. 1810
Graphite
28.1 x 22.2
The Art Institute of Chicago
 
Portrait of a Man
1811
Graphite
20.4 x 15.3
Philadelphia Museum of Art
 
Charles Marcotte
1811
Graphite on paper
25 x 19.2
Private collection
 
Charles Marcotte
1811
Graphite on paper
21.9 x 15.7
Private collection
 
Madame Henri-Philippe-Joseph Panckoucke, née Cécile-Françoise Bochet
1811
Graphite on paper
31.5 x 23.9
Musée Bonnat, Bayonne
 
Jacques Marquet, Baron de Montbreton de Norvins
1811
Graphite
26.8 x 21.1
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond
 
François-Marius Granet Seated
1812
Graphite on paper
28.1 x 21.4
Musée Granet
 
Philippe Mengin de Bionval
1812
Graphite
25.6 x 19.6
National Gallery of Art, Washington DC
 
Madame Charles Hayard, née Jeanne-Susanne Alliou
c. 1812
Graphite
26.6 x 18
Fogg Art Museum,
Marie Marcoz
1813
Graphite on paper
26.6 x 19.7
Detroit Institute of Arts
 
Madame Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, née Madeleine Chapelle
1813?
Graphite and watercolour
21.5 x 14.8
Musée Ingres, Montauban
 
Study of Madame de Senonnes
1813-14
Graphite on paper
21.1 x 29.2
Musée Ingres, Montauban
 
Study of Madame de Senonnes
1813-14
Graphite on paper
13.4 x 8.1
Musée Ingres, Montauban
 
Study of Madame de Senonnes
1813-14
Graphite on paper
13 x 5.3
Musée Ingres, Montauban
 
Madame Ingres Mère
1814
Graphite on paper
20 x 15
Musée Ingres, Montauban 
Portrait of a Man (possibly Edme Bochet)
1814
Graphite
21.8 x 16.6
The Metropolitan Museum of Art 
Head of Queen Caroline Murat
1814
Graphite on paper
4.6 x 4.9
Musée Ingres, Montauban
 
Studies of Queen Caroline Murat
1814
Graphite on paper
25.9 x 23
Musée Ingres, Montauban
 
Landscape with Vesuvius
1814
Graphite on paper
18.3 x 26.1
Musée Ingres, Montauban
 
Charles Hayard and His Daughter Marguerite
1815
Graphite
30.8 x 22.9
The British Museum, London
 
Mademoiselle Jeanne Hayard
1815
Graphite
28.5 x 21
Private collection  
 
Guillaume Guillon Lethière
1815
Graphite
27.1 x 21.1
The Pierpont Morgan Library, New York
 
Madame Alexandre Lethière, née Rosa Meli, and Her Daughter, Letizia
1815
Graphite
30 x 22 cm
The Metropolitan Museum of Art 
The Alexandre Lethière Family
1815
Graphite
27.1 x 21.4
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
 
Frau Johann Gotthard Reinhold, née Sophie Amalie Dorothea Wilhelmine Ritter, and Her Two Daughters, Susette and Marie
1815
Graphite
29.6 x 21.7
Private collection  
 
John Russell, Sixth Duke of Bedford
1815
Graphite
37.8 x 28.5
The Saint Louis Art Museum
Lady William Henry Cavendish Bentinck, née Lady Mary Acheson
1815
Graphite
40.9 x 28.7
Rijksmuseum
 
Madame Lucien Bonaparte
1815
Graphite on paper
37.8 x 29.5
Musée Bonnat, Bayonne
 
The Family of Lucien Bonaparte
1815
Graphite on paper
41 x 53.2
Fogg Art Museum
Henry VIII (after Holbein)
c. 1815-20?
Graphite on paper
24 x 17.5
Private collection
Madame R (possibly Mrs John Theophilus Rawdon, née Frances Hall-Stevenson)
c. 1815-30
Graphite
20.4 x 16.6
The Metropolitan Museum of Art 
 
Lord William Henry Cavendish Bentinck and His Wife, née Lady Mary Acheson
1816
Graphite on paper
30.1 x 22.2
Musée Bonnat
 
Mrs John Mackie, née Dorothea Sophia Des Champs
1816
Graphite
20.9 x 16.4
Victoria & Albert
Museum
 
Monsignor Gabriel Cortois de Pressigny
1816
Graphite and watercolour
27.8 x 19.4
Private collection  
 
Mrs. Charles Badham, née Margaret Campbell
1816
Graphite
26.3 x 21.8
National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.
 
Lady William Henry Cavendish Bentinck, née Lady Mary Acheson
1816
Graphite
21.9 x 17
The Metropolitan Museum of Art 
Lord Grantham (Thomas Philip Robinson)
1816
Graphite
39.8 x 26.1
The J. Paul Getty Museum
 
Charles Thomas Thruston
1816
Graphite and watercolour
20.8 x 16.1
Private collection  
Joseph Woodhead and His Wife, née Harriet Comber, and Her Brother, Henry George Wandesford Comber
1816
Graphite
30.4 x 22.4
Fitzwilliam Museum
 
Dr Thomas Church
1816
Graphite
20.4 x 16
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
 
The Reverend Joseph Church
1816
Graphite
20 x 16
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
 
Alexander Baillie
1816
Graphite
21.5 x 16.5
Private collection  
 
Sir John Hay and His Sister Mary
1816
Graphite
29.1 x 21.9
The British Museum
 
Madame Louis-Nicolas-Marie
Destouches, née Armande-Edmee Charton
1816
Graphite
43 x 28.5
Musée du Louvre
Mademoiselle Henriette-Ursule Claire (Thévenin?) and Her Dog Trim
1816
Graphite
30.4  x 22.1
Gemeentemuseum
Mrs Charles Thomas Thruston, née Frances Edwards
c. 1816
Graphite
20.6 x 15.8
Private collection  
 
Charles Thévenin
1817
Graphite
29.9 x 24
André Bromberg
 
Charles Robert Cockerell
1817
Graphite
19.4 x 14.6
The Visitors of the Ashmolean Museum
Otto Magnus von Stackelberg and (possibly) Jakob Linckh
1817
Graphite
19.6 x 14.4
Musée Jenisch
The Kaunitz Sisters
1818
Graphite
30.1 x 22.2
The Metropolitan Museum of Art 
 
Jean-Pierre Cortot
1818
Graphite
28.8 x 16.1
Memorial Art Gallery, University of Rochester
 
Charles Lethière
1818
Graphite
25.5 x 19.5
Musée des Arts Décoratifs
 
Comte Lancelot-Théodore Turpin de Crissé
1818?
Graphite
27.1 x 20.2
The Metropolitan Museum of Art 
 
Comtesse Lancelot-Théodore Turpin de Crissé, née Adèle de Lesparda
1818?
Graphite
27.3 x 20.4
The Metropolitan Museum of Art 
 
Niccolò Paganini
1819
Graphite
29.8 x 21.8
Musée du Louvre
 
André-Benoit Barreau, called Taurel
1819
Graphite
28.8 x 20.5
Collection Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Bergé
Ursin-Jules Vatinelle
1820
Graphite
18.1 x 13.9
The Metropolitan Museum of Art 
 
Pyrame Thomeguex
1821
Graphite on tracing paper
26.7 x 20.7
Private collection
 
Louise Gonin, Young Girl from the Gonin-Kreis Family
1821
Graphite on paper
20.8 x 15.3
Musée d'Art et d'Histoire, Geneva
 
The Cosimo Andrea Lazzerini Family
1822
Graphite
28.7 x 20.8
Musée du Louvre
 
Comtesse de Pastoret
1822
Graphite on paper
28.4 x 20.4
Private collection
 
Self-Portrait
1822
Graphite
20 x 15.9
National Gallery of Art, Washington, D. C.
 
Madame Jacques-Louis Leblanc, née
Françoise Poncelle
1822
Graphite
45.3 x 35
Musée du Louvre
Madame Ingres Conversing with Madame Leblanc and Her Daughter
1822-23
Black chalk on paper
14.8 x 18.7
Musée Ingres, Montauban
 
Jacques-Louis Leblanc
1823
Graphite
45.7 x 35.5
Musée du Louvre
 
Félix Leblanc
1823
Graphite
39.2 x 28.9
Musée du Louvre
 
Studies for 'Madame Leblanc'
1823
Charcoal on paper
34 x 21.9
Musée Ingres, Montauban
 
Studies for 'Madame Leblanc'
1823
Charcoal on paper
19.4 x 20.7
Musée Ingres, Montauban
 
Studies for 'Madame Leblanc'
1823
Charcoal on paper
13.8 x 15
Musée Ingres, Montauban
Studies for 'Madame Leblanc' (Head)
1823
Graphite and red chalk on
paper
38.4 x 26
Musée Ingres, Montauban
Studies for 'Madame Leblanc' (Hands)
1823
Graphite on tracing paper
22 x 19.8
Musée Ingres, Montauban
Study of Isaure-Juliette-
Joséphine Leblanc
1823
Charcoal on paper
12.2 x 7
Musée Ingres, Montauban
Study for 'Jacques-Louis Leblanc' (Hand)
1823
Charcoal on paper
7 x 8.2
Musée Ingres, Montauban
Study for 'Jacques-Louis Leblanc'
1823
Graphite on paper
16.7 x 18.4
Musée Ingres, Montauban
 
Jean-François-Antoine Forest
1823
Graphite
31.6 x 22.3
Ashmolean Museum
Four Figure Studies (after Andrea del Sarto)
1823
Graphite on paper
18.5 x 23.4
Fogg Art Museum
The Journalist
1824-34?
Graphite on paper
10.2 x 11.2
Musée Ingres, Montauban
 
Madame Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, née Madeleine Chapelle
c. 1824
Graphite
15.6 x 12.5
École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris
 
François Forster
1825
Graphite on paper
31.6 x 23.8
Musée Bonnat, Bayonne
 
Alexandre-Victor Martin
1825
Graphite on paper
26.2 x 21
Musée du Louvre
Detail of Background for Antiochus and Stratonice[7]
c. 1825?
Graphite, ink, and wash on paper
60.5 x 93.7
Musée Ingres, Montauban
Charlotte-Madeleine Taurel
c. 1825
Graphite
16.9 x 12.8
Musée du Louvre
 
Dr Louis Martinet
1826
Graphite
32.3 x 24.7
National Gallery of Art., Washington, D.C.
Madame Marie Marcotte de
Sainte-Marie, née Suzanne-Clarisse de Salvaing de Boissieu
c. 1826
Graphite
32.4 x 24
Musée du Louvre
 
Study for 'Madame Marcotte'
c. 1826
Graphite on paper
17.6 x 13.5
Musée Ingres, Montauban
 
Study for 'Comte de Pastoret'
c. 1826
Charcoal, graphite, and white highlights on paper
37.5 x 23.2
Musée Ingres, Montauban
 
Luigi Calamatta
1828
Graphite
28.1 x 22.9
Musée de la Vie Romantique, Paris
 
Madame Louis-François Godinot, née Victoire-Pauline Thiollière de l'Isle
1829
Graphite
21.9 x 16.5
André Bromberg
 
Pierre-Marie-François de Sales Baillot
1829
Graphite
35.4 x 27.3
Prat Collection, Paris
 
Jean-François Gilibert
1829
Graphite on paper
20.9 x 15.9
Musée Ingres, Montauban
 
Madame Jacques-Ignace Hittorff
1829
Graphite on paper
27 x 21.5
Musée du Louvre
 
Jacques-Ignace Hittorff
1829
Graphite on paper
27 x 21.5
Musée du Louvre
 
Madame Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, née Madeleine Chapelle
c. 1829
Graphite
21 x 15.6
Prat Collection, Paris
The People, Victorious in July 1830
1830
Ink on paper
27.3 x 22.8
Musée Ingres, Montauban
 
Madame Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, née Madeleine Chapelle
1830
Graphite
18.7 x 13
Private collection
 
Niccolò Paganini
bef. 1831
Graphite with white highlights on tracing paper
23.8 x 18.2
The Metropolitan Museum of Art 
 
Louis-François Bertin
1832
Graphite on paper
32.2 x 24.1
Musée du Louvre
 
Study for 'Louis-François Bertin'
c. 1832
Graphite
30.3 x 32.5
Collection Jan and Marie-Anne Krugier-Poniatowski
 
Study for 'Louis-François Bertin'
c. 1832
Black chalk and graphite
34.9 x 34.5
The Metropolitan Museum of Art 
 
Study for 'Louis-François Bertin'
c. 1832
Charcoal and graphite on paper
37.6 x 26.7
Musée Ingres, Montauban
 
Study for 'Louis-François Bertin'
c. 1832
Graphite on tracing paper
c. 1832
Fogg Art Museum
 
Study for 'Luigi Cherubini'
c. 1833-34
Black chalk with white highlights
26 x 21
Conservatoire National Superieur de Musique, Paris
 
Study for 'Luigi Cherubini'
c. 1833-34
Black chalk on paper
22 x 20
Musée Bonnat
 
Madame Adolphe Thiers
1834
Graphite on paper
31.9 x 23.9
Allen Memorial Art
Museum
 
Madame Louis-François Bertin,
née Geneviève-Aimée-Victoire Boutard
1834
Graphite
32.1 x 24.1
Musée du Louvre
 
Self-Portrait
1835
Graphite
29.9 x 21.9
Musée du Louvre
 
Mademoiselle Louise Vernet
1835
Graphite
33 x 25.3
Collection of Dian and Andrea Woodner, New York
 
Madame Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, née Madeleine Chapelle
1835
Graphite on paper
30.2 x 22.4
Musée Ingres, Montauban
 
Alexis-René Le Go
1836
Graphite
30.7 x 22.9
Private collection
Tracing of a Figure of Satan for a Temptation of Christ
1836
Graphite and annotations in ink
16.6 x 21.5
Musée Ingres, Montauban
 
Madame Victor Baltard, née Adeline Lequeux, and Her Daughter, Paule
1836
Graphite
30.1 x 22.3
Private collection
 
Victor Baltard
1837
Graphite
31.6 x 23.7
Collection Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Bergé
 
Franz Liszt
1839
Graphite
30.9 x 22.8
Richard Wagner Stifiung, Bayreuth
 
Stratonice
1840
Graphite on paper
22.3 x 15.1
Musée Ingres, Montauban
 
Study of Drapery for 'Antiochus and Stratonice'
c. 1840
Graphite on paper
49.3 x 32.1
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
 
David-Paul Drach
c. 1840
Graphite on paper
21.4 x 16.3
Musée Bonnat
 
Study for 'Luigi Cherubini'
c. 1840-41
Graphite on paper
25.8 x 25.4
Musée Ingres, Montauban
 
Madame Marcellin-Benjamin Guyet-Desfontaines
1841
Graphite on paper
22 x 16.5
Musée Bonnat
 
Madame Alexis-René Le Go
1841
Graphite on paper
31.6 x 22.3
Private collection
 
Charles Gounod
1841
Graphite
29.9 x 23.1
The Art Institute of Chicago
 
Madame Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, née Madeleine Chapelle
1841
Graphite
27.1 x 21.7
Musée du Louvre
 
Antoine Thomeguex
1841
Graphite
25.8 x 18.8
Private collection
 
Paul Lemoyne
1841
Graphite on paper
23.6 x 17.8
Musée Grobet-Labadie, Marseilles
 
Study for 'Duc d'Orleans'
1841
Graphite on paper
20.8 x 10.7
Musée Ingres, Montauban
 
Study for 'Duc d'Orleans' [trousers and right hand]
1841
Graphite on paper
26.2 x 27.9
Musée Ingres, Montauban
Study for 'Duc d'Orleans' [right hand and arm holding hat]
1841
Black chalk on paper
15 x 11
École des Beaux-Arts, Paris
Clémence de Rayneval
1841
Pencil, charcoal, and white highlights on paper, pasted on Bristol board
37 x 27
Musée du Louvre
 
Armand Bertin
1842
Graphite on paper
32.2 x 22.8
Private collection
 
Louise d'Haussonville
1842
Graphite and white highlights on paper
30.4 x 21.8
Musée Bonnat
 
Archangel Raphael
1842
Cartoon for stained-glass window in the chapel of Notre-Dame de la Compassion-Saint-Ferdinand, Neuilly
210 x 92
Musée du Louvre
 
Saint Ferdinand of Castille
1842
Cartoon for stained-glass window in the chapel of Notre-Dame de la Compassion-Saint Ferdinand, Neuilly
210 x 92
Musée du Louvre
 
Study for 'Baronne de Rothschild'
c. 1842
Graphite on paper
6.9 x 6
Musée Ingres, Montauban
 
Study for 'Baronne de Rothschild'
c. 1842
Graphite on paper
16.5 x 18
Musée Ingres, Montauban
 
Study for 'Baronne de Rothschild'
c. 1842
Graphite on paper
14.6 x 12.5
Musée Ingres, Montauban
 
Study for 'The Golden Age'
c. 1842-47
Graphite on paper
41.6 x 31.5
Fogg Art Museum
 
Madame Armand Bertin, née Cecile Dollfus
1843
Graphite on paper
34.5 x 26
Private collection
 
Madame Frédéric Reiset,  née Augustine-Modeste-Hortense Reiset, and Her Daughter, Thérèse-Hortense-Marie
1844
Graphite with white highlights
30.8 x 24.5
Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen
 
Study for 'Hygin-Edmond-Ludovic-Auguste Cavé'
1844
Graphite on paper
36.2 x 22.8
Musée Ingres, Montauban
 
Study for 'Comtesse d'Haussonville'
c. 1845
Graphite, squared
23.4 x 19.6
Fogg Art Museum
 
Study for 'Comtesse d'Haussonville'
c. 1845
Black chalk and graphite
35.9 x 20.4
Fogg Art Museum
 
Study for 'Comtesse d'Haussonville'
c. 1845
Graphite and black chalk, squared
35.4 x 20.5
Collections of the Société des Arts de Genève
Study for 'Comtesse d'Haussonville' [arms]
c. 1845
Black chalk
46.8 x 31
Musée Ingres, Montauban
Study for 'Comtesse d'Haussonville'
c. 1845
Black chalk and graphite
35.1 x 17.3
The British Museum
 
Study for 'Comtesse d'Haussonville' [head]
c. 1845
Graphite
32 x 22
Musées de Carpentras
Study for 'Comtesse d'Haussonville' [face]
c. 1845
Graphite on paper
13.1 x 14
Musée Ingres, Montauban
Study for 'Madame Moitessier Seated'
c. 1846-47
Black and red chalk on paper
35.5 x 30.9
Worcester Art Museum
 
Study for 'Madame Moitessier Seated'
c. 1846-48
Black chalk over graphite, partially squared in graphite
18.7 x 20
Fogg Art Museum
Study for 'Madame Moitessier Seated' [nude]
c. 1846-48
Black chalk
30.5 x 29.5
Paul Prouté
Study for 'Madame Moitessier Seated'
c. 1846-48
Graphite on paper
16.2 x 11.8
Musée Ingres, Montauban
 
Study for 'Madame Moitessier Seated'
c. 1846-48
Graphite on paper
30 x 31.5
Musée Ingres, Montauban
Study for 'Madame Moitessier Seated' [right arm]
c. 1846-48
Graphite
8.6 x 10.8
Fitzwilliam Museum
 
Study for 'Madame Moitessier Seated'
c. 1846-48
Black chalk with white highlights
37.2 x 46.8
Musée du Louvre
Study for 'Madame Moitessier Seated' [skirt]
c. 1847-48
Black chalk with white highlights on paper
20.3 x 31.8
New Orleans Museum of Art
Study for 'Madame Moitessier Seated' [skirt]
c. 1847-48
Charcoal and white highlights on paper
21.4 x 27.9
Musée Ingres, Montauban
 
Study for 'Baronne de Rothschild' [nude]
c. 1847
Graphite on paper
30 x 15.8
Musée Bonnat
Study for 'Baronne de Rothschild' [legs]
c. 1847
Black chalk on paper
38.6 x 25.7
Musée Bonnat
Study for 'Baronne de Rothschild'
c. 1847
Graphite on paper
Musée Bonnat
 
Study for 'Baronne de Rothschild' [dress]
c. 1847
Black and white chalk on paper
33.2 x 25.9
Musée Ingres, Montauban
Study for 'Baronne de Rothschild' [dress]
c. 1847
Graphite on paper
22.2 x 21.9
Musée Ingres, Montauban
Study for 'Baronne de Rothschild' [right hand]
c. 1847
Graphite on paper
11.2 x 20
Musée Ingres, Montauban
Study for 'Baronne de Rothschild' [arm]
c. 1847
Red chalk on paper
38.7 x 12.6
Musée Ingres, Montauban
Comtesse Charles d'Agoult, née Marie de Flavigny, and Her Daughter Claire d'Agoult
1849
Graphite with white highlights
47 x 39.3
Private collection
 
Dr François Mêlier
1849
Graphite with white highlights
24.2 x 18.1
The Metropolitan Museum of Art 
 
Franz Adolf von Stürler
1849
Graphite
32.9 x 24.8
Kunstmuseum, Bern
 
Madame Hippolyte Flandrin, née Aimée-Caroline Ancelot
1850
Graphite
32.4 x 24.4
Musée des Beaux-Arts, Lyons
 
The Forestier Family
1850-51
Graphite on tracing paper
30 x 37.2
Fogg Art Museum
 
Study for 'Princesse de Broglie'
1850-51
Graphite on tracing paper
20.4 x 15.3

 

Unknown
 
Study for 'Madame Moitessier Standing'
1851
Graphite, squared
18.7 x 13.8
Private collection
 
Study for 'Madame Moitessier Standing'
1851
Graphite
20.7 x 15.5
National Gallery of Art, Washington, D. C.
 
Study for 'Madame Moitessier Standing'
1851
Graphite, squared for enlargement
31.8 x 23.5
Lyman Allyn Art Museum
 
Study for 'Madame Moitessier Standing' [head]
1851
Graphite, heightened with white
45.8 x 33.6
J. Paul Getty Museum
Study for 'Madame Moitessier Standing'
1851
Graphite, squared in black chalk
35.5 x 16.8
J. Paul Getty Museum
 
Princesse de Broglie
c. 1851-52
Graphite on paper
32.2 x 23.5
Private collection
 
Madame Félix Gallois, née Nathalie-Rose-Joachime Bochet
1852
Graphite and watercolour
34.6 x 26.38
The Metropolitan Museum of Art 
 
Pierre-François-Henri Labrouste
1852
Graphite
30.8 x 23.4
National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.
Study for 'Princesse de Broglie' [arms and hands]
c. 1852-53
Charcoal on tracing paper
31.6 x 29.5
Konrad Klapheck, Dusseldorf
 
Study for 'Princesse de Broglie' [nude]
c. 1852-53
Graphite on paper
29.8 x 15.9
Musée Bonnat
Study for 'Princesse de Broglie'
c. 1852-53
Graphite and red chalk on paper
27.8 x 17.5
Unknown
Study for 'Madame Moitessier Seated'[8]
c. 1852-56
Charcoal with white highlights on paper
43.8 x 32.4
Musée Ingres, Montauban
 
Hippolyte Flandrin
1855
Graphite
32.2 x 25.3
Musée des Beaux-Arts, Lyons
Madame Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, née Delphine Ramel
1855
Graphite
35 x 27.2
Fogg Art Museum
Edmond Ramel and His Wife, née Irma Donbernard
1855
Graphite with white highlights
33.5 x 26.5
Private collection
Mademoiselle Cecile Panckoucke
1856
Graphite
32.3 x 24.2
The Detroit Institute of Arts
Comte Alfred-Émilien Nieuwerkerke
1856
Graphite and white chalk on paper
33 x 24.3
Fogg Art Museum
 
Madame Charles Simart, née Amélie Baltard
1857
Graphite on tracing paper, mounted on cardboard
33.5 x 25.5
Albright-Knox Art Gallery
Mademoiselle Mary de Borderieux(?)
1857
Graphite and watercolour with white highlights
35.2 x 27.1
National Gallery of Art, Washington, D. C.
Madame Charles Gounod, née Anna Zimmermann
1859
Graphite
25.7 x 20.2
The Art Institute of Chicago
 
Self-Portrait
1859
Graphite on paper
19.5 x 14.8
École des Beaux-Arts, Paris
Madame Franz Adolf von Stürler, née Matilda Jarman
1861
Graphite
32.7 x 23.6
Kunstmuseum, Bern
Homer Deified
1864-65
Graphite, ink wash, and white highlights on paper
76 x 85.5
Musée du Louvre
 


Notes

This list is not exhaustive.
1. centimetres
2. A copy was possibly made by Marie-Anne-Julie Forestier in 1807
3. A copy of the reworked/lost 1804 painting
4. Possibly by Ingres
5. Collaborated with François-Marius Granet
6. Possibly collaborated with François-Marius Granet
7. In collaboration with an assistant
8. Possibly by Ingres, or an assistant

Sources

G. Tinterow and P. Conisbee, eds. Portraits by Ingres: Image of an Epoch. New York; London: Harry N. Abrams, 1999.



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