Eugène Delacroix Picture Study Aid (Free Version)

This FREE Charlotte Mason Picture Study includes a summary of the early life and artistic inspirations of French, Romantic painter Eugène Delacroix (1798-1863), and synopses of six of his works as chosen for the AmblesideOnline artist study rotation. There is also a brief discussion about Charlotte Mason picture study.

The pieces discussed are:

  • The Entry of the Crusaders into Constantinople (1840)
  • Portrait of Frédéric Chopin (1838)
  • Hamlet and Horatio in the Graveyard (1839)
  • Moulay Abd-er-Rahman, Sultan of Morocco, leaving his palace in Meknes, surrounded by his guard and his main officers (1845)
  • Arab Horses Fighting in a Stable (1860)
  • The Lion Hunt (1860-61)

You can download printable versions of these pieces here.

Note for AO users: At this time, I’m not able to offer print versions of the AmblesideOnline artist rotation selections as I’m respecting their copyright request that no products be made based on the work they’ve done (in this case, the artist rotation). I do offer prints and a printed Picture Study Aid featuring the art of Eugène Delacroix, however, they are not all the same as the AO selections.

I am happy to provide this picture study resource free of charge and hope it aids you in your homeschooling endeavors! I offer more resources in my shop, including printed Picture Study Aids, art prints, seasonal art devotions, Charlotte Mason quote prints, and more.

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