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Les Femmes d'Alger - Wikipedia

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Eugène Delacroix , The Women of Algiers in their Apartment, 1834. Oil on canvas. 180 × 229cm. Louvre , Paris.

Pierre-Auguste Renoir , Parisiennes in Algerian Costume , 1872. Oil on canvas. 156 × 129cm. National Museum of Western Art , Tokyo. Also inspired by Delacroix's Women of Algiers.

In December 1954, Picasso began to paint a series of free variations on Delacroix's The...  [more...]

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The Women of Algiers by Eugene Delacroix

A summit of the art of Delacroix, The Women of Algiers, painted after the enriching experience of the voyage to North Africa, gives us the perfect synthesis, the exact point of equilibrium between Romanticism and Classicism. The Oriental inspiration, the expressive wealth of color are Romantic; the rhythmic ordering of forms, the controlled passion, Classical. Light and its reflections here play a determining role. The colorations, all in subtle values, create an atmosphere...  [more...]

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Les Femmes d'Alger - Wikipedia

Origin[ edit ]

Eugène Delacroix , The Women of Algiers in their Apartment, 1834. Oil on canvas. 180 × 229cm. Louvre , Paris.

Pierre-Auguste Renoir , Parisiennes in Algerian Costume , 1872. Oil on canvas. 156 × 129cm. National Museum of Western Art , Tokyo. Also inspired by Delacroix's Women of Algiers.

In December 1954, Picasso began to paint a series of free variations on Delacroix's The...

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The Women of Algiers by Eugene Delacroix

A summit of the art of Delacroix, The Women of Algiers, painted after the enriching experience of the voyage to North Africa, gives us the perfect synthesis, the exact point of equilibrium between Romanticism and Classicism. The Oriental inspiration, the expressive wealth of color are Romantic; the rhythmic ordering of forms, the controlled passion, Classical. Light and its reflections here play a determining role. The colorations, all in subtle values, create an atmosphere...

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