A portable, pop-up Revolution

After Delacroix: “Liberty Leading the People” The original painted as a celebration of the July revolution of 1830 in France, the essence of which was the replacement of hereditary right by the principle of popular sovereignty. In 1990, I had a solo show at the Black Bull Gallery, a large, well appointed space above a pub on the Fulham Road in Chelsea. This show comprised about 45 collages constructed of small torn fragments of paper which at viewing distance mixed optically in the manner of mosaics. One of the works was a small copy of Eugene Delacroix’s “Liberty Leading the People”. This work was subsequently lost and its whereabouts are now unknown. I revisited Delacroix’s captivating

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