On [:] Adaptation | Eugene Delacroix, 1798 – 1863


Eugene Delacroix, The Porte d’Amont, Etretat, 1849

“Of which beauty will you speak? There are many: there are a thousand: there is one
for every look, for every spirit, adapted to each taste, to each particular constitution”

 Eugene Delacroix, 1798 – 1863

1 thought on “On [:] Adaptation | Eugene Delacroix, 1798 – 1863

  1. “No sooner have you feasted on beauty with your eyes than your mind tells you that beauty is vain and beauty passes”

    The Common Reader / Virginia Woolf / 1932


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