Famous artist Eugène Declarois, writer George Sand, friend and husband, he was a frequent guest, admired composer Chopin. At that time, these two celebrities were immortalized by drawing together. But this picture, mainly cut out, is kept separately, one in the Copenhagen Art Museum and the other in the Louvre Museum in Paris.
In 1836, Chopin and George Sand met for the first time. It is said that Chopin did not like George Sand at first. George Sand's free spirit, masculine clothing, and smoking were intimidating. But, bowing to George Sand's bravery and talent, these two unique talents lived together for 9 years. It is said that Chopin wrote all his most famous works during this period. They divorced in 1847, and Chopin died two years later. "I will die in his arms," he said to me before he breathed his last. This is how the life of the celebrities ended, but why the pictures taken together are still unclear. Some say that it was cut apart at the request of George Sand, but it is believed that the person who criticized the painting cut it and sold it separately in order to fetch a high price.