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DARK TALES AND WATERCOLOR DRAWINGS – René Hausman, the Bard of the Ardennes

The artist skilled in creating atmospheres with surprising colors He influenced many Franco-Belgian cartoonists and was honorary citizen of the city of Durbuy. René Hausman https://www.2dgalleries.com/artist/rene-hausman-4638?timespan=4&order=1&catid=15&lang=en has lived all his life in the countryside enjoying himself sculpting and playing the bagpipes, yet, he gained notoriety in Belgium for his use of colors and the ability to introduce prodigious scenarios into …

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COMMITTED AND INDEPENDENT, DESPITE HER HUSBAND – Martine Franck, the photographer who found a captivating way not to be silent

Being one of the few women of Magnum Photos What struck her about photography was the desire to understand and understand each other, a relentless quest for life. She longed to be recognized for her work, yet throughout her career she often found herself uncomfortable growing professionally alongside her husband. In 1970, in London they planned to stage her first …

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SURREALIST REVOLUTION – Irène Hamoir, the leading female exponent of the Belgian surrealist movement

When creativity breaks its shell In 1936, René Magritte painted a portrait of her, Beauty broke her strange casing, gave the fountains pink. Figure of the Belgian surrealist movement, in fact, after studying economics he began working as a secretary in a dyeing factory, later becoming involved in the Belgian socialist movement. She was born in Saint-Gilles from a family …

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YOU MUST LOVE YOURSELF TO THE DEPTH – Julos Beaucarne and the art of reforesting the soul through love, friendship and persuasion

Singer, ecologist, poet and humanist, to other galaxies Having settled in Tourinnes-la-Grosse for his whole life, in that place of peace he will express himself in a multitude of forms, juggling with words and love of neighbor. He loved to call himself an anarchist in the depths of his bones. He creatively proposed unexplored avenues of art. Poet, singer and …

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THE FANTASTIC IN ART – Paul Delvaux, a painter poised between the cleverly low and the fascinating

Twentieth century, Surrealism and disturbing landscapes The museum that bears his name, inaugurated in 1982, offers an overview of Paul Delvaux‘s painting productionhttps://www.delvauxmuseum.be/v2/index.php. Visiting it is a unique experience, because it offers you the opportunity to be immerse in the world of this 20th century Belgian surrealist painter. You will be able to observe not only some of his paintings, …

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