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?"
"The Young Martyr" by Paul Delaroche - One of my favorite paintings, located in the Louvre.
Paul Delaroche, Young Christian Martyr, 1853
Portrait présumé de Louise Vernet. - Paul Delaroche French 1797-1856
Paul Delaroche: "Portrait of Henriette Sontag", 1831, oil on canvas, The State Hermitage Museum - St Petersburg (Russian Federation - St. Petersburg.
Execution of Lady Jane Grey - 1833 - Paul Delaroche - http://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/paintings/paul-delaroche-the-execution-of-lady-jane-grey
Paul Delaroche -- Death of Elizabeth, Queen of England, in 1603
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).
Detail -The Execution of Lady Jane Grey is an oil painting by Paul Delaroche completed in 1833 - Location National Gallery, London -
Paul Delaroche “Gothic Art”
The Conquerors of the Bastille before the Hotel de Ville in 1789 - painted by PAUL DELAROCHE
Paul Delaroche, L'Empereur Napoléon, 1838
Paul Delaroche, The Young Martyr (detail), 1855
Paul Delaroche | Louise Vernet on Her Deathbed [detail] 1845 | She was his wife and it is said he never recovered from her death
Paul Delaroche - Resting on the Banks of the Tiber.