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Books on the art of Eugene Delacroix (1798-1863)
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by Barthelmy Jobert
Hardcover 336 pages
Princeton Univ Press

Delacroix: The Late Work
by Eugene Delacroix, Vincent Pomarde
A pivotal figure in the history of nineteenth-century art, Delacroix stands both at the culmination of the great painterly tradition of Titian, Veronese, Rubens, and Rembrandt and at the beginning of something quite new and modern, as witnessed by the reverence given him by artists of following generations who were so profoundly influenced by his work: Renoir, Cezanne, Picasso, and Matisse. This publication, accompanying an international exhibition that began in Paris and traveled to the Philadelphia Museum of Art, presents in glorious color subjects ranging from saints and warriors to mythical goddesses, from Arab hunting scenes and tigers to sumptuous bouquets of flowers. Delacroix's late work reveals a deepening spiritual intensity and has more to do with aesthetic reflection and recollection than with the expansive narrative that characterized his grand public commissions. Focusing on the artist's last works allows further insight into this most remarkable and protean figure in the history of art.
Hardcover - 407 pages Thames & Hudson

Painting and the Journal of Eugene Delacroix
by Michele Hannoosh, Eugene Delacroix
Hardcover - 312 pages (December 11, )
Princeton Univ Pr; ISBN: 0691043949

Eugene Delacroix: The Graphic Work a Catalogue Raisonne
by Loys Delteil, Susan Strauber (Translator); 
Hardcover Alan Wofsy Fine Arts
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Delacroix Pastels
by Lee Johnson
Hardcover - 191 pages George Braziller

The Cambridge Companion to Delacroix
(Cambridge Companion to the History of Art)
by Beth Segal Wright (Editor)

The Journal of Eugene Delacroix : A Selection (Arts & Letters)
by Eugene Delacroix, et al

Eugene Delacroix 1798-1863: The Prince of Romanticism
by Giles Neret
Paperback 96 pages TASCHEN America Llc
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Delacroix in Morocco
by Delphine Le Cesne (Editor), Tamara Blondel (Translator), Brahim Alaoui (Editor)
Hardcover - 239 pages (November ) Abbeville Press, Inc.
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