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The art critic Gustave Plance wrote in a review for Revue des deux mondes that Delacroix's painting Femmes d'Alger dans leur Appartement was about painting and nothing more, painting that is fresh, vigorous, advanced with spirit, and of an audacity completely venetian, yet yielding nothing to the masters it recalls. In the painting was moved to the Louvre , Paris where it remains today as part of the permanent collection. Three of the women are sumptuously adorned with loose, billowing garments and gold jewellery. One woman has a pink flower in her hair. The fourth woman is a black slave who exits the scene, looking over her left shoulder towards the seated women. Delacroix perfectly rendered the features of the women's clothing, adornments, and the interior decor in great detail. This attention to details follows through from his Algerian sketches into the oil painting of the same scene.
Delacroix left France for Morocco on January 11, , two years after the conquest of Algiers. He traveled with Charles de Mornay, leader of a diplomatic delegation from King Louis Philippe to Sultan Moulay Abderrahman, whose support for the Algerian resistance threatened the continuation of French expansion in the west. On his return journey, he spent some time in Algiers.
National Museum of Western Art , Tokyo. Also inspired by Delacroix's Women of Algiers. He began his first version cat.