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It was not right of Coleridge in fact it was wrong
(But often we all do wrong)
As the truth is I think he was already stuck…
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Charles Chaplin (1825 – 1891) was a French painter who is best known for his elegant images of young women. Chaplin was a peer of Bouguereau (they were both born in 1825) yet the hazy backgrounds of Chaplin’s paintings reflected the style of Rococo. 845 more words
This is one of my favorite Delacroix paintings with so much expressiveness and heavy brushstrokes that emphasize all his passion.
“Perfect beauty implies perfect simplicity, a quantity that at first sight does not arouse the emotions which we feel before gigantic works, object whose very disproportion constitutes an element of beauty.” Eugene Delacroix