Paul DELVAUX, Femme à la lampe (1944). Oil on board. n 1936 Delvaux shared an exhibition at the Palais des Beaux-Arts in Brussels with René Magritte, a fellow member of the Belgian group Les Compagnons de l’Art. Delvaux died in Veurne, Belgium, on July 20, 1994.
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Paul Delvaux, born September 23, 1897 in Antheit, Belgium and died July 20, 1994 at Furnes, was a post-impressionist painter, expressionist and surrealist Belgian. Undergoing the influence of his mother, Paul Delvaux is high in fear of the feminine world. It has also been influenced by his best friend, an eminent painter, too, Emile Salkin, who has trained to draw and has notably led to the Museum of Natural History, where they both drew and painted squelettes1. After studying at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Brussels, he produced paintings Post-Impressionist and Expressionist, influenced Read article...
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