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Peasant Women from the Region of the Eaux-Bonnes

A work made of watercolor, with touches of gouache, over traces of graphite, on cream wove paper, laid down on cream wove paper.
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  • A work made of watercolor, with touches of gouache, over traces of graphite, on cream wove paper, laid down on cream wove paper.

Date:

1845

Artist:

Eugène Delacroix
French, 1798-1863

About this artwork

In the summer of 1845, Delacroix went to the Pyrenees to take the waters at the spa of Eaux-Bonnes near the Spanish border, where he delighted in the natural dignity of the local peasants and the beauty of their colorful dress.

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Artist

Eugène Delacroix

Title

Peasant Women from the Region of the Eaux-Bonnes

Origin

France

Date

1845

Medium

Watercolor, with touches of gouache, over traces of graphite, on cream wove paper, laid down on cream wove paper

Dimensions

340 × 262 mm

Credit Line

Helen Regenstein Collection

Reference Number

1981.1

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