Published October 1985
by Pennsylvania State Univ Pr .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||180|
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Church of Saint Sulpice. Metro: Saint Sulpice Arrondissement: 6eme Go Here For Hotels In This Area Map of the Area. The first chapel on this site dates to the 7th century. In the 13th century, that chapel was torn down and a gothic structure was built in its place which became the center of the first parish Church of Saint :// His last major commission was a set of murals for the Church of Saint-Sulpice in Paris. They include “Jacob Wrestling with the Angel,” a scene of intense physical combat between two figures in a dark forest. This commission occupied Delacroix throughout the s and into the following decade. Awards and Honor SPECTOR Jacques, The Murals of Eugène Delacroix at Saint Sulpice, New York, The College Art Association of America, STENDHAL Henri Beyle, DEL LITTO V. éd., Correspondance, Paris, STEPHANT Jean-Luc, «Chili ou le frère "oublié" d’Eugène The murals of Eugene Delacroix at Saint-Sulpice [by] Jack J. Spector （Monographs on archaeology and the fine arts, 16） College Art Association of America,
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