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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

The Sea from the Heights of Dieppe
The Sultan of Morocco and his Entourage
Two Moroccans Seated In The Countryside
Two Women at the Well
War
Winter -- Juno and Aeolus
Woman with a Parrot
Women of Algiers
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