"Clovis et Clotilde" is a painting created in 1811 by the French artist Antoine-Jean Gros (1771-1835). In this work, Clovis, the first king of the Franks to unite all the Frankish tribes under one ruler, is depicted along with his wife Clotilde, who played a key role in his conversion to Christianity. King Clovis I is considered a saint in the Eastern Orthodox Church.

Antoine-Jean Gros was a prominent Neoclassical and Romantic painter, known for his historical portraits and battle scenes. His style is characterized by dramatic use of color and light, as well as attention to detail and the emotional expression of the characters.

The painting shows Clovis and Clotilde in an intimate and significant interaction, reflecting the importance of their relationship both personally and historically. The image is in the public domain, meaning it can be freely used for personal and commercial projects.

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