The Journal of Eugène Delacroix


A compelling insight into the French 19th-century painter's life and times.


Selection edited with an introduction by Hubert Wellington, translated by Lucy Norton


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Overview
  • The journal of the French 19th-century Romantic painter Eugene Delacroix is one of art history's most important documents
  • Expressive and unselfconsciously spontaneous, it offers a compelling insight into the painter's life and times



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About the book
Delacroix's journal - fresh and unselfconsciously spontaneous - is one of art history's most important documents.



In The Press
'Mini-triumphs of contemporary design … the words contained within these gem-like covers are lapidary as well.' (Times Literary Supplement)


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