The Formation of Delacroix's Hero Between 1822 and 1831

Brown, Roy Howard
June 1984
Art Bulletin;Jun84, Vol. 66 Issue 2, p237
Academic Journal
Explores the concept of heroism as depicted in the paintings of French painter Eugene Delacroix. Comparison of his paintings and other French art works; Depiction of the concept of enlightened individualism; Examples of national values represented by his paintings.


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