The Delacroix Museum is a professional painting museum that houses many world-famous paintings. Each painting has exquisite composition and perfect painting skills, bringing people into the painting environment, it is really worth the money to appreciate.
The Delacroix Museum is not big, but it is very beautiful. This is a hunting-themed place. It is basically exhibited mainly by oil paintings. It's not bad. You can see it if you pass by.
The Delacroix Memorial (also known as the Delacroix Museum) is located in a quiet small square behind the Saint-Germain church. In the 19th century, the romantic painter Delacroix used it as a studio for painting creation, and finally bid farewell to the world. I have seen a few celebrities’ former residences, and I think this memorial is the best one. The first is that the house is well preserved, the second is that the interior furnishings feel good, the third is the original sketches of the master’s masterpiece, the fourth is the original display of notes and diaries (suddenly remembered that I had bought Delacroix’s diary before), and the fifth is the master’s painting box, Several palettes, as well as his daily necessities and clothing sketched from Africa are displayed here.
Delacroix pioneered the French romantic painting style. Picasso once said: Delacroix is an amazing man. The Muséenational Eugène Delacroix (Musée Delacroix), a branch of the Louvre Museum, is located in the 6th arrondissement of Paris and opened to the public in 1971. This was the loft where the painter lived and worked from 1857 to 1863. In addition to painting treasures, the artist's personal letters and daily living environment during his lifetime are also displayed here. Open from Wednesday to Monday from 9:30-17:30. You can visit the Louvre for free on that day. Get off at Mabillon Station of Metro Line 10.
Delacroix is a famous French portrait painter, this museum is a museum dedicated to his private paintings. The area of the museum is not very large, but it contains many heavyweight collections, all of which are Delacroix's representative works, which are worthy of everyone's appreciation.