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Eugène Delacroix
(1798 - 1863)

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1798 Born 26 April at Charenton-Saint Maurice
1805 Father dies
1814 Mother dies
1816 Enters l'Ecole des Beaux-Art
1822 Submits his first picture, Dante and Virgil in Hell, to the Paris Salon exhibition
1825 Travels to England to study the English painters
1828 Publishes a series of 17 lithographs illustrating Goethe’s Faust
1832 Spends six months in North Africa, in the retinue of the Count Charles de Mornay, Ambassador to the Sultan of Morocco
1855 Exhibits 48 paintings at the Universal Exposition in Paris
1863 Dies 13 August in Paris
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