Eugène Ferdinand Victor Delacroix: Life, facts, curiosities and art!Ferdinand Victor Eugène Delacroix was born on 26th April 1798 in St.-Maurice-Charenton in Paris as the son of a diplomat and to a German mother. Delacroix is considered as the most famous French representative of Realism today. Delacroix began his painting education in the Parisian studio of Pierre Narcissi Guérin and he later visited the École des Beaux-Arts. Delacroix was strongly influenced by the works of Goyas, Rubens and Veroneses and he was inspired by his acquaintance with Géricault. Delacroix mainly worked on prevalent and historic events in his paintings. As a member of French envoy, Delacroix visited the East in 1832. He was strongly influenced by this visit and this influence is evident in many of his paintings. Here artistic representations do not have mere documentary value with respect to the "image" of the East; but they also project individual wishes, desires and prejudices about the East. Delacroix died in 1863 in Paris. All artworks by Eugène Ferdinand Victor Delacroix can be ordered in our online-shop in any form you desire e.g. as a poster, art print on canvas, hand-painted oil painting, acrylic art print or metal print. Each piece of wall art is unique!
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Eugène Delacroix - Art Prints, Paintings & Posters
- Liberty Leading the PeopleLiberty Leading the PeopleThe Death of SardanapalusJewish Wedding in MoroccoMuley Abder RahmanChrist on the Sea of GalileeFight with the Pasha GiaourChios massacrePortrait of the Sultan of MoroccoSeated Arabs in TangierRearing HorseStill Life with LobsterDeath of SardanapalusStill life with flowers and fruitsIngestion of Istanbul by the CrusadersThe two FoscariMoroccans in the saddle of his horseThe Sultan of Morocco, MulayExecution of Doge Marino FalieroHead of a lionArabs from the city of AlgiersLionAbraber resting on his matArab horsemenLion HuntLion HuntIndian woman torn apart by tigersThe Turkish campRoyal TigerThe Battle of TaillebourgFight Giaour and HassanMademoiselle RoseFantasia ArabeHorses come from the seaA tigerA tigerAlexanderApollo destroyed the serpent PythonAttila rode over Italy and the ArtsBay of Tangier in MoroccoDante and Virgil in HellThe Prisoner of ChillonThe Moroccan and his HorseThe death of Lara'sA corner of the studioMurder of the Bishop of LiÃ¨geWomen of AlgiersWomen of AlgiersWomen of AlgiersGreeceHamlet and Horatio in the cemeteryMoroccan FantasiaMoroccan courtyardMoroccan sheik visited his tribeMassacre of ChiosMedeaMilton with his daughtersPalace of the Sultan of MeknesOvid in the ScythiansPalais Bourbon