Delacroix


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Delacroix

(French dəlakrwa)
n
(Biography) (Ferdinand Victor) Eugène (øʒɛn). 1798–1863, French romantic painter whose use of colour and free composition influenced impressionism. His paintings of historical and contemporary scenes include The Massacre at Chios (1824)

De•la•croix

(ˌdɛl əˈkrwɑ)

n.
(Ferdinand Victor) Eugène, 1798–1863, French painter.
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But think of the great artists of the past -- Raphael, Michael Angelo, Ingres, Delacroix -- they were all successful.
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Rousseau also trained himself by copying art in museums, and some say he derived his tiger from works by Eugene Delacroix.
Young Charlotte Delacroix thinks she's found a special treasure map, but it's Therese Martin (living in Lisieux, France just month before entering her Carmelite convent) who helps her to see exactly how special the treasure is, and how it can change her life.
For decisions relating to color schemes for fabrics, leather, furniture and the such, Frisoni would summon Matisse's paintings of views of Tangiers, as well as the aquarelles of seminal French Romantic painter Eugene Delacroix, made during his travels to the country in the early-mid nineteenth century.
The National Gallery seems to have some doubts about how the British public will take to the art of Eugene Delacroix (1798-1863).
The exhibition was organized around related themes and featured works by prominent artists including William Blake, Theodore Gericault, Francisco de Goya, John Constable, Honore Daumier, Eugene Delacroix, and Joseph Mallord William Turner.
Following in the footsteps of artists like Delacroix, whom he greatly admired, this brilliant colourist's Orientalism is similar to that of Henri Regnault, Mariano Fortuny, Georges Clairin, and Jean-Paul Laurens.
The Spanish painter was inspired by an 1834 work by Eugene Delacroix that now sits in the Louvre.
After stumbling upon a wicked plot to take down the last branch of the Delacroix family, she and her constant companion, the forgotten deity Olgun, become embroiled in a conspiracy involving betrayal, malice, and a mad alchemist.
The response is good since May and we are very happy," Bomberg founder and chairman Rick Delacroix told Khaleej Times who specially came down in the Emirate for the launch.