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Eugène Delacroix (French, Charenton-Saint-Maurice 1798–1863 Paris), The Abduction of Rebecca,1846, Oil on canvas. This painting depicts a scene from Ivanhoe: the Jewish heroine Rebecca, who had been confined in the castle of Front de Boeuf (seen in flames), is carried off by two Saracen slaves commanded by the covetous Christian knight Bois-Guilbert.

Eugène Delacroix (French, Charenton-Saint-Maurice 1798–1863 Paris), The Abduction of Rebecca,1846, Oil on canvas. This painting depicts a scene from Ivanhoe: the Jewish heroine Rebecca, who had been confined in the castle of Front de Boeuf (seen in flames), is carried off by two Saracen slaves commanded by the covetous Christian knight Bois-Guilbert.

I knew I liked impressionists, but I never thought I liked them THIS MUCH. I love this guy. I want a painting like this where I can look at it every day.

I knew I liked impressionists, but I never thought I liked them THIS MUCH. I love this guy. I want a painting like this where I can look at it every day.

The Murder - Paul Cézanne, 1867-1870. Walker Art Gallery & Museum, Liverpool, UK #Cézanne

The Murder - Paul Cézanne, 1867-1870. Walker Art Gallery & Museum, Liverpool, UK #Cézanne

Pietà - Eugene Delacroix

Pietà - Eugene Delacroix

Henri de  Toulouse-Lautrec-Monfa dit Toulouse-Lautrec, (français  1864-1901), La dance de Jane Avril 1892

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec-Monfa dit Toulouse-Lautrec, (français 1864-1901), La dance de Jane Avril 1892

GUSTAVE COURBET, Normandy Seascape, 1865‑6 Oil on canvas, 54 x 64 cm, Wallraf-Richartz-Museum, Cologne.Unlike Jongkind’s tranquil harbour scene, and contrasting with Monet’s several paintings of the beach at Sainte-Adresse Courbet’s views feature the immensity of sea and sky in the tradition of the Romantic sublime.

GUSTAVE COURBET, Normandy Seascape, 1865‑6 Oil on canvas, 54 x 64 cm, Wallraf-Richartz-Museum, Cologne.Unlike Jongkind’s tranquil harbour scene, and contrasting with Monet’s several paintings of the beach at Sainte-Adresse Courbet’s views feature the immensity of sea and sky in the tradition of the Romantic sublime.

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