Delacroix Michel (born 1933) is a French painter born in Paris. In the 90's Delacroix worked in the United States, his paintings were featured on more than 300 personal exhibitions: in New York, Boston and Washington, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle. He creates paintings in a naive style, first of all - the street scenes of Paris. Delacroix was repeatedly awarded various awards, including the Grand Prix d'Amateurs d'Art (1973), the Grand Prix de la Cote d'Azur (1976), the Premier Prix de Sept Collines (1976). His work can be found in public and private collections, including the National Museum of Contemporary Art (Paris). Delacroix continues to be actively exhibited in Europe as well as in Japan.