The revolution of July inspired Delacroix with one of his most interesting pictures.
He disliked Hugo, ignored Berlioz, and had no opinion at all on the genius of Delacroix.
His work developed along lines unthought-of by either Delacroix or Courbet.
Delacroix has said that art is exaggeration in the right place.
As Richard Wagner was his god in music, so Delacroix quite overflowed his sthetic consciousness.
Indeed I have been strangely remiss and discourteous, Major Delacroix.
Edgar Degas was born more than twenty years before the death of Delacroix.
Delacroix had put all these possibilities into the new picture.
Delacroix won recognition for his view of art, but did not crush the belief in form which was to come to the surface again.
Not aristocratic in the Delacroix sense, but isolated and superior.