The Signing of the Concordat between France and the Holy See, 15th July 1801
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Francois Gerard
1770 - 1837
His real success came after 1800 when Napoleon gave him commissions.
We have 35 artworks in our catalogue by Gerard available for order. Browse our full collection of Gerard prints, or browse other French or Neoclassical artists.
The Signing of the Concordat between France and the Holy See, 15th July 1801, 1801
Pen and Ink on Paper (Chateau de Versailles, France)
Image ID
160475
Title
The Signing of the Concordat between France and the Holy See, 15th July 1801
Artist
Francois Gerard
Original Dimensions
None
Image Credit
Bridgeman Art Library
Medium
Pen and Ink on Paper
Location
Chateau de Versailles, France
Year
1801
Of our Prints and Others...

The quality of a Giclée fine art print may be generally reckoned from the weight, and therefore, thickness, of the printing paper that is used. That is, the heavier, weightier the printing paper that is used, the better the likely quality. Weight of paper is measured in 'Grams per Square Metre' or 'gsm' for short. So, without further ado...

  • Allposters Standard 'Smooth' Giclée = 235 gsm
  • Art.com Standard 'Smooth' Giclée = 235 gsm
  • King & McGaw 'Smooth' = 230 gsm
  • Magnolia Box don't offer a 'Smooth' Giclée
  • Our Premium 'Smooth' Giclée = 315 gsm (Yeah!)
  • Allposters Premium 'Textured' Giclée = 305 gsm
  • Art.com Premium 'Textured' Giclée = 305 gsm
  • Magnolia Box 'Textured' = 280 gsm
  • King & McGaw don't offer a 'Textured' Giclée
  • Our Premium 'Textured' Giclée = 315 gsm (Yeah!)

We have bought prints from the other companies. And quite simply, when it comes to print quality, tra-la, we're the best! (Hooray! Hooray!)