Eugène Delacroix Paintings

Ferdinand Victor Eugène Delacroix (April 26, 1798 – August 13, 1863) was a French Romantic artist most known for his paintings and lithography. However, he used a variety of mediums to create his work including oils, watercolors, pastels and drawings. At the time of his death, he had over 9,000 works to his name. As expected from a Romantic artist, his paintings were both dramatic and emotional, taking inspiration from Old Masters such as Peter Paul Rubens. Delacroix is also known for illustrating various works by Walter Scott, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, and William Shakespeare through the art of lithography, which was an early form of printing. His paintings left an unmistakable mark on art history; his use of expressive brushstrokes and his study of the optical effects of color would have a great impact on the artists of the Impressionist movement.

Paintings by Eugene Delacroix in Chronological Order

Monk at Prayer, 1821 Self Portrait as Hamlet, 1821 The Italian Theatre, YEAR
The Barque of Dante (Dante and Virgil in the Underworld), 1822 Summer Diana Surprised at her Bath by Actaeon, 1821-1822 Scenes from the Massacre of Chios, 1822
Horse Frightened by a Storm, 1824 The Orphan Girl at the Cemetery, 1823-1824 Two Knights Fighting in a Landscape, c.1824
Two Views of an Indian from Calcutta, Seated and Standing, 1823-1824 A Mortally Wounded Brigand Quenches his Thirst, 1825 Macbeth and the Witches, 1825
Turk Sitting Smoking on a Couch, 1825 Two Greek warriors dancing (Study costumes Souliotes), 1824-1825 Charles VI and Odette de Champdivers, 1824-1826
Combat Between the Giaour and the Pasha, 1826 Mephistopheles Aloft, 1826 Portrait of a Turk in a Turban, c.1826
The Execution of the Doge Marino Faliero, 1825-1826 Greece expiring on the Ruins of Missolonghi, 1826 Portrait of Baron Schwiter, 1827
Still Life with Lobsters, 1826-1827 Faust in his Study, 1828 Faust meeting Marguerite, 1828
Faust, Goethe’s Tragedy, 1828 Marguerite in the Church with the Evil Spirits, 1828 Lion of the Atlas, 1829
The Assassination of the Bishop of Liege, 1829 A corner of the studio, c.1830 The Dying Turk, 1825-1830
The Liberty Leading the People, 1830 Head of a Woman in a Red Turban, 1831 Willibald von Glueck at the Clavecin Composing the Score of his Armide, 1831
Episode from The Corsair by Lord Byron, 1831 City wall of Meknes (Morocco from the sketchbook), 1832 Moroccan Women, 1832
Seated Arab in Tanger, 1832 Self-Portrait with Cap, 1832 Sketch for the Women of Algiers, 1832
Two Women at the Well, 1832 Arab Fantasia, 1832 Jewish Bride, 1832
Moroccan horsemen in military action, 1832 The Coast of Spain at Salabrena, 1832 A Blacksmith, 1833
Jewish Woman of Algiers, 1833 King Rodrigo, 1833 Confrontation of knights in the countryside, 1834
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The Prisoner of Chillon, 1834 The Women of Algiers in their Apartment, 1834 Léon Riesener, 1835
The Battle of Giaour and Hassan, 1835 The Battle of Taillebourg – draft, 1834-1835 St. Sebastian, 1836
Pietà, 1837 - Eugene Delacroix
Study for part of the ‘Justice’ frieze, 1833-1836 Frescoes on the west wall (Salon du Roi, Palais Bourbon, Paris), 1833-1837 Pietà, 1837
Self Portrait, c.1837 Christopher Columbus and His Son at La Rábida, 1838 Cleopatra and the Peasant, 1838
Fan with Caricatures, 1838 Fanatics of Tangier, 1837-1838 Frederic Chopin, 1838
Portrait of George Sand, 1838 The Cottage in the grove, 1838 The Death of Ophelia, 1838
Christ on the Cross, 1839 Hamlet and Horatio in the cemetery, 1839 Tasso in the Madhouse, 1839
Self Portrait, c.1840 The Shipwreck of Don Juan, 1840 Yound Woman Leaning over a Woman Stretched out on the Ground, 1840
The Crusaders’ entry into Constantinople, 12th April 1204, 1840 (oil on canvas), 1840 A Jewish wedding in Morocco, 1841 Bouquet of Flowers, 1843
Hamlet and Horatio before the Grave Diggers, 1843 The Edge of a Wood at Nohant, 1842-1843 The Bride of Abydos, 1843
Hamlet Sees the Ghost of his Father, 1843 Muley Abd-ar-Rhaman, The Sultan of Morocco, leaving his Palace of Meknes with his entourage, 1845 The Abduction of Rebecca, 1846
, 1848 Othello and Desdemona, 1847-1849 Study of Sky, Setting Sun, 1849
Study of the Sky at Sunset, 1849 The Porte d’Amont, Etretat, 1849 Vase of Flowers on a Console, 1848-1849
Women of Algiers in Their Apartment, 1849 Apollo Slays Python, 1850 Arab Horseman Attacked by Lion, 1849-1850
Bouquet of Flowers, 1849-1850 Michelangelo in his Studio, 1849-1850 Moroccan Horseman Crossing a Ford, 1850
Pietà, 1850 - Eugene Delacroix
Pietà, 1850 Study of Flowers, 1845-1850 Apollo Slays Python, 1850-1851
African Pirates Abducting a Young Woman, 1852 Sea Viewed from the Heights of Dieppe, 1852 Sketch for Peace Descends to Earth, 1852
Ceres, 1849-1853 Christ on the Cross, 1853 Portrait of Alfred Bruyas, 1853
The Disciples at Emmaus, 1853 Christ on the Lake of Gennezaret, 1854 Christ on the Sea of Galilee, 1854
Lion Hunt in Morocco, 1854 Tiger Hunt, 1854 Woman from Algiers with Windhund, 1854
Cliffs near Dieppe, 1852-1855 Lion Devouring a Rabbit, 1856 The Moroccan and his Horse, 1857
Rebecca Kidnapped by the Templar, Sir Brian de Bois-Guilbert, 1858 Ovid among the Scythians, 1859 Puma (Lioness watching prey), 1859
The Lion Hunt, 1859 Arab Horses Fighting in a Stable, 1860 Jacob’s fight with the angel, 1856-1861
Lion Hunt, 1861 The Expulsion of Heliodorus, 1856-1861 The Education of Achilles, 1862
Tiger and Snake, 1862 Winter Juno And Aeolus, 1862 The Autumn Bacchus and Ariadne, 1856-1863
A Mandarin drake A Moroccan Saddling a Horse A Turkish Man on a Grey Horse
Adam and Eve Aspasia Attila the Hun
Babylonian Captivity Bay of Tangier in Morocco Chopin
Faust Hesiod and the Muse Lioness devouring a Rabbit
Massacre of Chios Moroccan courtyard Niche space in the palace of the Sultan of Meknes
The Descent from the Cross The rape of Sabine women Two branches with leaves
Two Moroccans Seated In The Countryside Horse Lion Rending Apart a Corpse

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