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Exibir metadados. Como citar este documento. Ajuda do sistema. It was very interesting to learn how Delacroix started his career as a painter, how he fought for recognition of his works and how he experimented with colours, technique, composition and addition of live models. The essay was enriched by excerpts from journals written by the young Delacroix.
His passion and ambition could set pages of the journals alight. How touching that at the beginning he thought himself fickle, weak of character and worked hard to become a better man. Life brought him in equal part passion and disappointment.
The career of Delacroix as a painter started with a bang with his paintings shown at the Salons of the s. Delacroix knew how to inflame imagination and dazzle his audience by brilliance of colours and original themes. His works were immediately admired by critics and the public. He achieved great fame and recognition. I read with interest about the creation of his early works, that I know well. It is funny to think that such a masterpiece was criticised and frowned upon.
Critics reacted with indignation and the painting was a huge scandal. This book will be a great treat for every fan of art, Romanticism and Delacroix in particular.
Essays are interesting and pictures in the book are beautiful and show the best works of Delacroix. I received "Delacroix" from the publisher via NetGalley. I would like to thank the authors and the publisher for providing me with the advance reader copy of the book.
Jim Woolwine rated it it was amazing May 12, Absolutely beautiful and very enjoyable book, filled with a big number of artworks of the painter, many of them I've seen the first time.
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The text is very informative and entertaining, so if you like Delacroix, want to know him better and have time to read more than pages, this volume is highly recommended. Delacroix is one of the masters of his time. If I can't see his works then this book would take you into every museum in the world.
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Vivid, beautiful details of his work through the years of his life, with fabulous info on his life. A few extras are other artist's paintings during the ss. It's a plus for any art major to enthusiast. A wonderful addition to any library and coffee table. Thank you for NetGalley for a copy; I loved it!