Create new Board
ENTERPRISE
Editorial Images

The Entry of the Crusaders Into Constantinople, 1840, (1911). Artist: Eugene Delacroix

The Entry of the Crusaders Into Constantinople, 1840. This painting depicts an episode of the Fourth Crusade, in which the Crusaders abandoned their plan to invade Muslim Egypt and Jerusalem, and instead sacked the Christian city of Constantinople. After an oil painting by Ferdinand Victor Eugene Delacroix (1798-1863). Original work housed in the Louvre, Paris. From A History of Painting Vol. VI [T. C. and E. C. Jack, London & Edinburgh, 1911] (Photo by Print Collector/Getty Images)
The Entry of the Crusaders Into Constantinople, 1840, (1911). Artist: Eugene Delacroix
Embed
Get this image in a variety of framing options at Photos.com.
Please note: images depicting historical events may contain themes, or have descriptions, that do not reflect current understanding. They are provided in a historical context. Learn more.

DETAILS

Restrictions:
Contact your local office for all commercial or promotional uses.
Credit:
Print Collector / Contributor
Editorial #:
529034247
Collection:
Hulton Archive
Date created:
January 01, 1915
License type:
Release info:
Not released. More information
Source:
Hulton Archive
Barcode:
580029374
Object name:
2619001
Max file size:
3064 x 2552 px (10.21 x 8.51 in) - 300 dpi - 3 MB