SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
A list of the principal sources that have been consulted. The most complete existing bibliographies will be found in MAURICE TOURNEUX, Eugène Delacroix devant ses contemporains, Paris 1886; and LUCIEN RUDRAUF, Eugène Delacroix el le problème du romantisme artistique, Paris 1942.
BAUDELAIRE CHARLES: Oeuvres, II. Texte itabli et annoté par Y.-G. Le Dantec, Paris 1932.
BLANC CHARLES: Les artistes de mon temps, Paris 1876. The chapter on Delacroix was first published in the Gazette des Beaux-Arts, XVI, 1864.
BLANC CHARLES: Grammaire des arts du dessin, Paris 1870 ed.
BRUYAS, ALFRED, and others: Musée de Montpellier, la galeyrie Bruyas, Paris 1876. Contains Pierre Andrieu's essay on Delacroix.
Catalogue de la vente du cabinet de M.F.V. [FRÉDÉRIC VILLOT], le 11 Février 1865, Paris 1865. Introduction and catalogue notes by Villot.
DELACROIX EUGNE: Journal. 3 vols. Editor André Joubin, Paris 1950 ed.
DELACROIX EUGÉNE, Correspondance gé nérale. 5 vols. Editor André Joubin, Paris 1935-38.
DELACROIX1, EUGÉNE∘: Lettres, II. Editor Philippe Burty, Paris 1880. The Introduction contains some of the surviving notes by Delacroix's assistant Gustave Lassalle-Bordes.
DELACROIX EUGEÉE: Lettres intimes. Editor Alfred Dupont, Paris 1954. Contains mostly early letters not published by André Joubin.
DE Louis PLANET : Souvenirs de travaux de peinture avec M. Eugéne Delacroix. Editor André Joubin, Paris 1929.
Du CAMP, MAXIME: Souvenirs littéraires, II, Paris 1882.
Mémoires de l'Académie des Sciences de Paris, Paris 1832. Contains Chevreul's paper on the Law of the Simultaneous Contrast of Colours and its practical applications.
PIRON ACHILLE: Eugène Delacroix, sa vie et ses oeuvres, Paris 1865. Published anonymously. Contains Delacroix's Dieppe notes on colour. The writings of Delacroix contained in this volume are reprinted in Eugène Delacroix. Oeuvres littéraires, 2 vols., Paris 1923.
ROBERTSON ANDREW: Letters and Papers. Editor Emily Robertson, London, 2nd ed. n. d.
SAND GEORGE: Impressions et Souvenirs, Paris 1873. Contains the record of Delacroix's conversation with George Sand and Chopin in January 1841.
SIGNAC PAUL: D'Eugène Delacroix au néo-impressionnisme, Paris 1899.
SILVESTRE THÉOPHILE: Les artistes français. Etudes d'après nature, Paris 1855.

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