I knew nothing about this painting when I first stood before it in the Louvre, and still, it was breath taking! Eugene Delacroix's "Liberty Leading the People" is an iconic example of French Romanticism. Immortalizing the glories of the July Revolution, it has been called the "first political composition in modern painting". Considered politically incendiary, it was exhibited to mixed reviews at the Salon, then locked away from public view for almost 20 years.
She goes by the name of “Natalie,” and that’s about all that anyone will ever know about her. Natalie is an iconic Melbourne street performer, and is arguably one of the best composers in the world. She turns 80 years old on the 24th of October of 2014. Natalie performs an untitled original composition, and I can only tell you one thing, it is absolutely beautiful and it is a shame that this woman is not performing in front of thousands of people.
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