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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...
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...
Date: 2017-12-17 09:25:36
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Pablo Picasso - Jacqueline with Flowers, 1954
Jacqueline with Flowers" (1954) is one of the first paintings signifying the beginning of a new period in the maitre's creative work. A new muse, a new love. The artist's biographer Antonina Valentin calls her a "modern sphinx". There is definitely...
Delacroix in Morocco | New York Art Resources Consortium
frick , orientalism , sketchbooks
Eugène Delacroix (1798-1863) visited Morocco from January through June of 1832. He was part of the diplomatic mission of Charles-Henri-Edgar, Comte de Mornay. He made drawings and annotations in seven sketchbooks during the trip. The Frick Art Reference Library has facsimiles of two of the sketchbooks. The facsimiles were made in 1909 (Musée du Louvre album),...
Date: 2017-12-20 15:03:54
Turner and Delacroix - WebExhibits
Modern art is commonly associated with the 20th century. Yet, Joseph Mallord William Turner's (1775-1851) work has characteristics that could be considered modern. Parts of many of Turner's paintings, such as the two here, show non-representational forms that depart from the dominant traditions of representation. Instead of trying to mimic the naturalistic appearance of the scene, some areas of...
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Talk:Parisian Women in Algerian Costume (The Harem ...
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Parisian Women in Algerian Costume (The Harem) (->Composition and subject: The 1872 marriage date (via Cooper) has turned out to be false according to more recent research. It is entirely unclear if this painting or Lise with a White Shawl (1872) or another was the last)
I just wanted to clarify to anyone who cares: recent research has discovered that the 1872 marriage date...
Date: 2017-12-06 16:31:35