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Eugиne Delacroix (1798-1863) Aspasia

Oil on canvas, 1824 (81 x 65 cm)( 31,9 x 25,5 inch ) Muse Fabre, Montpellier

Submitted by: marina51

Published: 27.03.2010


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WuDong   User Rating: 636  April 23, 2015


She has a good size =)

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WuDong   User Rating: 636  April 23, 2015


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User   User Rating: 389  April 28, 2019


Nice portrait in sober tones. The picture as a whole is quite dark, but it does not make it bleak. The main character - a girl with dark skin - brings to the canvas exotic, unusual, novelty. A dark skin allows the artist to find new color combinations, surround the naked body of the girl with unusual shades. For example, the white color of a blouse in her case looks much more advantageous than that of a white-skinned girl. And the modest beige skirt echoes the skin tone and makes its image harmonious, [Expand]

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