Still Life with Lobsters (1826-27) by Eugene Delacroix

Still Life with Lobsters - Delacroix, Eugene - 1826-27 - 2

Artwork Information

TitleStill Life with Lobsters
ArtistEugene Delacroix
Date1826 - 1827
MediumOil on Canvas
Dimensions80.5 x 106.5 cm
Art MovementRomanticism
Current LocationMusée du Louvre, Paris
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About Still Life with Lobsters

Eugene Delacroix’s Still Life with Lobsters, painted between 1826-27, is a masterpiece that demonstrates the breadth of his artistic skill. The painting features lobsters and trophies from hunting and fishing arranged carefully in composition. It also shows Delacroix’s desire to master all genres of art.

Still Life with Lobsters was among works exhibited at the Salon of 1827 together with The Death of Sardanapalus. Furthermore, it is known to have influenced other artists who rendered still lifes in a modern and fresh way.

Delacroix’s mastery of color harmony and composition is evident in this painting as well. His scenic choice offers viewers a glimpse into the world below water by depicting items such as an anchor in addition to the different themes he uses.

Overall, Eugene Delacroix’s Still Life with Lobsters is not only a beautiful painting but also an important work showing his versatility and influence on future artists.

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