Flowers and fruits by Eugene Delacroix

In the late 1840s Delacroix painted a series of still lifes. Most often he depicted flowers using different techniques. Delacroix noted that when working on a still life, he always

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Sitting Model by Eugene Delacroix

The portrait of one of the artist’s favorite models testifies to the preference given by Delacroix to classical art, which left an indelible imprint on the early and some mature

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Shipwreck of Don Juan by Eugene Delacroix

The plot of the picture Delacroix borrowed from Byron’s poem. Young Don Juan, who after the first adventure with a woman decided to send away from home, from the Seville’s

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Fanatics in Tangier by Eugene Delacroix

In the first half of the XIX century, “oriental” motifs were very popular in painting. Especially attracted artists exotic of the Middle East. Increased interest in this world in many

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Lion devouring a rabbit by Eugene Delacroix

Talent Eugene Delacroix was surprisingly diverse. The artist worked in a variety of easel painting, created cycles of monumental paintings, numerous graphic works. Delacroix’s lithographs to “Faust” received the approval

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Self-portrait by Eugene Delacroix

Delacroix pictured himself in a pose full of dignity. But the expression of the face reveals the discrepancy between the inner self of the artist and his creative research. In

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Medea by Eugene Delacroix

The plot is taken by the artist from the well-known tragedy of the ancient Greek writer Euripides Medea. “Medea’s image is known to us from ancient Greek myths and legends:

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