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Medea about to Kill her Children :: Eugene Delacroix

Medea about to Kill her Children :: Eugene Delacroix - mythology and poetry
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Eugиne Delacroix (1798-1863) Medea about to Kill her Children

Oil on canvas, 1838 (260 x 165 cm)( 102,4 x 64,8 inch ) Museum du Louvre, Paris

[ The antique goddess with the bared breast. ]

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Published: 22.03.2010


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February 22, 2016

The medea is going to kill the children (a canvas, oil, 1838)

Ferdinan Victor Eugène Delacroix was the follower of the romantic direction of painting of Europe and a little - is known to general public, as the illustrator of myths or portraits. A cloth "Freedom conducting the people" 1830, however "Medea" that was written to most of all familiarly Russian viewer by the author 8 years later after triumphal "Freedom" deserves attention of critics and inhabitants especially as the period of [Expand]

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