James Ensor, 1860-1949: Masks, Death and the Sea
There is hardly another artist of the fin de sicle whose work is as various, bizarre, and open to so many interpretations as that of the Belgian artist James Ensor. As he himself recognized, he was an exceptional phenomenon as a painter.
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