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Ingress

An entrance or, in the context of real estate, the right to enter a property.
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ingress

A way of entry.

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Indeed, Ingres' influence on later generations of artists has been considerable and among them are Degas, who studied under Louis Lamothe, a minor disciple of Ingres.
Garb divides her discussion of female portraiture in The Painted Face into six chapters, arranged chronologically, each of which takes as its frame of reference a portrait by a canonical artist: Ingres, Manet, Cassatt, Cezanne, Picasso, and Matisse.
Coverage includes the paradoxical nature of Delacroix's place in the modernist canon; 19th-century French Catholicism and its influence on the painting styles of Delacroix, Ingres, and other artists; religious readings of several of Delacroix's works from the 1820s-1850s, and discussion of the opinions of art critics, theorists of religious art, and the secular audience for religious art during this time; a detailed analysis of Delacroix's most complex and most widely known religious work, his mural program in the Chapel of Holy Angels at Saint-Sulplice (1849-1861); and a summary of Delacroix's status as an artist of religious subjects.