* بعد تحميل صفحتك ، ومن ثم عدل خيارات طلبك. لا يدعم بعض نسخة منخفضة من المتصفح، مثل IE ۸،۰.
* 1 بوصة=2.54cm .إذا أردت الحجم الخاص، اتصل برواق Toperfect
* 1USD=3.75SAR. 1USD=3.67AED. لا داعى لكم لصرف العملة عند الدفع، وهذهقائمة الصرف بين دولار أمريكي وعمل رئسية.
* تفضل باستفسارنا بعد اختيار الحجم، اذا ما زالت الأسعار لبعض اللوحات المعقدة والأعمال الأصلية تبقى 0.00
* أعمال رسم باليد: كلما كانت صور اللوحة بسيطة، كان سعرها رخيص، والزمن الذي استغرقه رسم اللوحة قصير.
French: La Liberté guidant le peuple
Artist: Eugène Delacroix
Type: Oil painting on canvas
Dimensions: 260 cm × 325 cm (102.4 in × 128.0 in)
Liberty Leading the People (French: La Liberté guidant le peuple) is a painting by Eugène Delacroix commemorating the July Revolution of 1830, which toppled King Charles X of France. A woman personifying the concept and the goddess of Liberty leads the people forward over the bodies of the fallen, holding the flag of the French Revolution – the tricolor flag which is still France's flag today – in one hand and brandishing a bayonetted musket with the other. The figure of Liberty is also viewed as a symbol of France and the French Republic known as Marianne.
By the time Delacroix painted Liberty Leading the People, he was already the acknowledged leader of the Romantic school in French painting. Delacroix, who was born as the Age of Enlightenment was giving way to the ideas and style of romanticism, rejected the emphasis on precise drawing that characterised the academic art of his time, and instead gave a new prominence to freely brushed colour.
Delacroix painted his work in the autumn of 1830. In a letter to his brother dated 21 October, he wrote: "My bad mood is vanishing thanks to hard work. I’ve embarked on a modern subject—a barricade. And if I haven’t fought for my country at least I’ll paint for her." The painting was first exhibited at the official Salon of May 1831.