"The Young Martyr" by Paul Delaroche - One of my favorite paintings, located in the Louvre.
The Execution of Lady Jane Grey, by the French painter Paul Delaroche, 1833. Jane, blindfolded, had to be helped to find the block after crying out "What shall I do? Where is it?"
Paul Delaroche, Young Christian Martyr, 1853
Hippolyte Delaroche, The Execution of Lady Jane Grey (detail)
The Young Martyr (Detail), 1853 Paul Delaroche Fell in love with this painting when I toured the Louvre
Paul Delaroche: "Portrait of Henriette Sontag", 1831, oil on canvas, The State Hermitage Museum - St Petersburg (Russian Federation - St. Petersburg.
Portrait présumé de Louise Vernet. - Paul Delaroche French 1797-1856
Paul Delaroche. “Gothic Art”
Paul Delaroche, The Young Martyr (detail), 1855
Herodias, by Paul Delaroche. She was a princess of the Herodian Dynasty of Judaea during the time of the Roman Empire, and mother to the better-known Salome (hence the head in the painting).