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Eugène Delacroix
Selected Works



"You must have complete freedom of imagination when you are painting a picture. The living model, compared with the figure which you have created and harmonized with the rest of the composition, is apt to confuse you and to introduce a foreign element into the ensemble of the picture."
- Excerpt from Delacroix's journal, 26 April 1852

Selected Works

Decoration of the west wall
A Mad Woman
A Moroccan Saddling A Horse
A Mortally Wounded Brigand Quenches his Thirst
A Vase of Flowers on a Console
A Young Tiger Playing with its Mother
Apollo Slays Python
Apollo Slays Python
Arab Horses Fighting in a Stable
Aspasia
Aspasia
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