Delacroix is well known in French paintings in 19th century due to remarkable developments. He was influenced by the paintings of English Constable that reflected the effects of chromatic paintings and then he began to experience that the fundamental reason for Impressionist and Neo- Impressionist is the division of the colors. He is of the view that every painting is a visual effect of the mental image of an artist that he has in his mind. He states that in the state of imagination the image formed in the mental state can be incomplete though not in ordered fashion and is even not fully communicated. It is the art of an artist that it gets its definite form and the desires of an artist are summed in a single word that’s expression (Kelly, 1984). Delacroix says that when an artist is in front of a blank canvas with a bunch of brushes in his hand and a palate full of different colors, the only desire of an artist at that time is to express the things that are pleasant to be seen and even which stirrers the artist for coming out from that canvas. Delacroix allowed all his passion well expressed on the canvases. He was a romantic French painter and he depicted all his passion in his art work and he tried to form all his art works and paintings as realistically as possible. In his painting “Orphan on the Cemetery” he putted all his efforts to be realistic (Johnson, 1963). To make the paintings realistic and full of expression of passion it is not necessary to faces with violent gestures when figurative paintings or bold-brush strokes are used in landscape paintings with pure colors. Each painting must depict the beauty of art by making best use of the subsidiary figures which covers the space on the canvas. Delacroix depicted this situation in one of his famous painting named as “Greece on the Ruins of Missolonghi” that shows the defeat of Greece against Turkey in 1826. All the figures in the paintings of Delacroix had a symbol in itself.