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The Met’s 'Delacroix' exhibit shows the artist in full

Clip: 12/05/2018 | 6m 10s

“Delacroix,” a retrospective of the 19th century French painter Eugène Delacroix, is a blockbuster show running this month at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. An ambitious Romantic, Delacroix is known for such paintings as “Women of Algiers” and is considered a key bridge to the Impressionist movement. Jeffrey Brown reports from the Met in New York City, where he speaks with curator Asher Miller.

Aired: 12/05/18

Rating: NR

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