Eugene Delacroix

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Noun1.Eugene Delacroix - French romantic painter (1798-1863)Eugene Delacroix - French romantic painter (1798-1863)
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The collection was designed based on the work, Liberty Leading the People by Eugene Delacroix, and the textile designs were inspired by the soft elements of Andreas Bastian's Mesostructured Cellular Materials.
beaucoup moins que] Femmes d'Alger dans leur appartement [beaucoup plus grand que], une reproduction de la celebre toile du peintre Eugene Delacroix, occupe un grand mur de la salle.
The Spanish painter was inspired by an 1834 work by Eugene Delacroix that now sits in the Louvre.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- "Ellerin BE-yE-sE-" (The Magic of Hands), an exhibition that features depictions of hands by some of the world's leading artists, including Pablo Picasso, Auguste Rodin, Salvador Dali, Eugene Delacroix and Le Corbusier, is currently on display in the Turkish capital.
This is where the show has the most interesting things to say, bringing together an array of works by artists such as John Constable, Eugene Delacroix and Thomas Lawrence.
Elle qui, hier encore, etait en [beaucoup moins que]contemplation[beaucoup plus grand que] devant les oeuvres des Orientalistes du 18eme et 19 eme siecles, aussi celebres que Jean-Auguste Dominique Ingres, Eugene Delacroix ou Jean-Leon Gerome, avant de s'en [beaucoup moins que]distancer[beaucoup plus grand que], revendique le droit de la femme a l'[beaucoup moins que]espace prive[beaucoup plus grand que].
Eugene Delacroix, Jacques Louis David, and Theodore Gericault combined facial expression and dramatic subject matter to pack an emotional wallop.
Scarsella might have picked elements of her composition straight out of 18th- and 19th-century Orientalist paintings by the likes of Eugene Delacroix, Jean Auguste Ingres, John Frederick Lewis or Alberto Pasini.
The painter, Eugene Delacroix, made use of this fact to depict war.
The romantic movement in French art thrived during the first half of the 19th century, with Eugene Delacroix as its leading practitioner.
Like many academics I have indicated to students over the past decades the "orientalist" gaze in European and American visual traditions, for example, in the paintings of Eugene Delacroix or Jean-Leon Gerome, and brought attention to contemporary Islamic artists living in the United States, yet a redefinition of "Renaissance" seemed at hand, based on the growing research in various fields of study.
Of the lot, "In Search of the Forgotten, Letters from Mme de Forget to Eugene Delacroix," 2010-, an Arthouse commission, most explicitly suggested this direction.