DELACROIX Eugène [Charenton-Saint-Maurice,... - Lot 41 - Oger - Blanchet

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DELACROIX Eugène [Charenton-Saint-Maurice,... - Lot 41 - Oger - Blanchet
DELACROIX Eugène [Charenton-Saint-Maurice, 1798 - Paris, 1863], French painter.
Eugène Delacroix's Journey to Morocco. Facsimile of the album of the Louvre Museum.
the collections of Et. Moreau-Nélaton and de Mornay, by Jean Guiffrey. P., André Marty, 1909. 2
vol.
The Journey of Eug. Delacroix in Morocco. Facsimile of the album of the Château de Chantilly (66
pp. of watercolours, drawings, sketches and notes by the master). Introduction and description by Jean
Guiffrey. P., Terquem, 1913, 2 vols.
- Set of 4 vol. in-8, br. or perc. cardboard, slipcases. The first work, printed in 150 copies,
contains the reproduction of 106 pp. covered with numerous sketches and watercolours reprod.
in colour. The second, printed at 200 copies, 66 pp.
DelacroixVoyage au Maroc
André Marty, 1909. Facsimile small in-8, brown percaline binding. Facsimile of the album of the
Musée du Louvre. Vol. of critical apparatus missing. Edition at 150 copies.
Eugène Delacroix (17981863) visited Morocco from January to June 1832. He was part of the
diplomatic mission of Charles-Henri-Edgar, comte de Mornay. He made drawings and
annotations in seven sketchbooks during the trip. The Frick Art Reference Library has
facsimiles of two of the sketchbooks. The facsimiles were made in 1909
(album of the Louvre Museum), published by André Marty, Paris, and in 1913 (album of the Château
of Chantilly), published by J. Terquem & Cie, Paris. Each facsimile is accompanied by an
Each facsimile is accompanied by an introductory volume with transcriptions by the art historian Jean Guiffrey.
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