"The Death of Marat "
This famous depiction of Marats assassination (1793) is by the unofficial (and sometimes official) artist of the French Revolution, JacquesLouis David, a leading exponent of the neoclassical style. Scholars have seen this vision as a revolutionary pietà because of the repose of the corpse, so different from a normal body in a stage of rigor mortis. David also planned Marats funeral on behalf of the government.
Source: Musˇe d'art ancien of Brussels, Belgium, no. 3261.