James Ensor: Paintings and Drawings from the Collection of the Royal Museum of Fine Arts in Antwerp
BAI, 2008 - Art - 143 pages
Few artists of the late nineteenth century produced an oeuvre which is more bizarre, ironic, profound, and rich in interpretive possibilities than that of the Belgian painter James Ensor. His unusual motifs, which became unmistakable symbols of the absurdity of existence, influenced both German Expressionists and French Surrealists. This volume shows all the works from the collection of the Museum of Fine Arts of Antwerp.
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