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Warrior by a Tomb (1838) by Eugène Delacroix
Sketch of Moroccan horsemen from Eugène Delacroix's travel sketchbook.

Warrior by a Tomb, Arab by a Tomb or The Arab by the Tomb is an 1838 oil-on-canvas painting by the French artist Eugène Delacroix, now in the Hiroshima Museum of Art.[1][2] It was inspired by his trip to Morocco as an official painter, but was refused by the jury of the Paris Salon.


  1. ^ "DELACROIX, Eugène - Modern European Paintings - [HIROSHIMA MUSEUM OF ART]". Retrieved 2023-01-17.
  2. ^ Chevaux et cavaliers arabes dans les arts d'Orient et d'Occident : exposition présentée à l'Institut du monde arabe, Paris, du 26 novembre 2002 au 30 mars 2003 (in French). Institut du monde arabe. Paris: Institute du monde arabe. 2002. p. 304. ISBN 2-07-011743-X. OCLC 53099176.((cite book)): CS1 maint: others (link)

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