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Liberty Leading the People - Eugène Delacroix
Liberty Leading the People - Eugène Delacroix
Liberty Leading the People - Eugène Delacroix
Liberty Leading the People - Eugène Delacroix
Liberty Leading the People - Eugène Delacroix
Liberty Leading the People - Eugène Delacroix
Liberty Leading the People - Eugène Delacroix
Liberty Leading the People - Eugène Delacroix
Liberty Leading the People - Eugène Delacroix
Liberty Leading the People - Eugène Delacroix
Liberty Leading the People - Eugène Delacroix
Liberty Leading the People - Eugène Delacroix
Liberty Leading the People - Eugène Delacroix
Liberty Leading the People - Eugène Delacroix
Liberty Leading the People - Eugène Delacroix
Liberty Leading the People - Eugène Delacroix
Liberty Leading the People - Eugène Delacroix
Liberty Leading the People - Eugène Delacroix
Liberty Leading the People - Eugène Delacroix
Liberty Leading the People - Eugène Delacroix
Liberty Leading the People - Eugène Delacroix

Liberty Leading the People - Eugène Delacroix

This imposing oil on canvas by Eugène Delacroix, painted in 1830, embodies the revolutionary ideal and the fight for freedom. The central female figure attracts all eyes, halfway between the tangible and the idea. The lyricism and violence that emerge from this work first surprised the public and the supporters of the new regime who wanted to appease the working classes. The political significance of the work is such that it is frequently chosen as a symbol of the French Republic or of democracy.

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This imposing oil on canvas by Eugène Delacroix, painted in 1830, embodies the revolutionary ideal and the fight for freedom. The central female figure attracts all eyes, halfway between the tangible and the idea. The lyricism and violence that emerge from this work first surprised the public and the supporters of the new regime who wanted to appease the working classes. The political significance of the work is such that it is frequently chosen as a symbol of the French Republic or of democracy.

The artist

Eugène Delacroix is a French painter of the nineteenth century. Considered as the main representative of Romanticism, his reputation allows him at forty years to receive important orders from the state. He decorated the walls and ceilings of many public monuments. All his life he strove to draw a most laudatory portrait of the greatness of the human being. Admired by his peers, van Gogh, Cézanne and Degas, he greatly influenced the Impressionist movement.
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