Henri Camille Danger
(1857 - 1937)
Henri Camille Danger was active/lived in France. Henri Danger is known for painting.
Henri Camille Danger studied under Jean-Léon Gerôme (1824–1904) and Aimé Millet (1819–1891) at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris. He received the Grand Prix de Rome in 1887 for a painting titled “The death of Demosthenes”. In 1888 he was awarded the opportunity to continue his studies at the French Academy in Rome, located at the Villa Medici. He stayed there until 1891.
The present painting established his international reputation and is one of the artist’s iconic works. It shows the artist’s personal interest in a religious theme that occupied him at the beginning of the 1890s. He captures the drama of those who did not follow the commandments. As is evident from an oil sketch for the painting, “Aimez-vous les uns les autres” which is n ... Displaying 750 of 970 characters.