Delacroix

[ US /dəɫəkɹɔɪ, dəɫəkɹwə/ ]
NOUN
  1. French romantic painter (1798-1863)
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How To Use Delacroix In A Sentence

  • As for the styles in which the popular works are executed, Castro has seen a move toward abstracts, while Delacroix, by contrast, has seen increased interest in figurative and naif works.
  • That marvellous square with the paulownia and the white-globed lamp posts and the ghost of Delacroix lurking in the background. THE IMAGE OF LAURA
  • It belongs to the tradition of Titian and Rembrandt and Delacroix, and not just to the asceticism and idealism of the early twentieth century.
  • As one sees from his Crucifixion and his Battle of Poitiers, hung alongside, Delacroix was rapacious for colour; especially, in picture after picture, for the cruel colour of blood.
  • Soon after moving in Hunt began reading Minton's copy of Delacroix's Journals.
  • Delacroix based his combative, romantic works on the compound curve.
  • Painter Eugène Delacroix caught the French feel of the term in an 1849 diary entry describing décor in a house where he had dined: The luxe is arresting: rooms wrapped in magnificent silk, including the ceiling. The English Is Coming!
  • Delacroix based his combative, romantic works on the compound curve.
  • Delacroix's journal is articulate, concerned with other arts as well as painting, besides containing much comment on contemporary life.
  • Clean forgot what day it was, " she said to Mrs. Delacroix, who stood next to her, and they both laughed softly.
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