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Paul Delvaux (Antheit, 1897 - Furnes, 1994) : Son of the lawyer Jean Delvaux and Laura Jamotte born September 23, 1897 at Antheit near Huy.Il mark early interest in dudessin practice and study of music, thanks to the painter Franz Courtens, met at Zeebrugge in 1919, his parents agreed to enroll at the Academy of Fine Arts in Brussels, first in architecture, then painting in the studio Montald Constant (1920-1924). Delvaux then worked from nature, including Red-Cloister in the forest Sonian and exhibited in 1924 with the band "The Groove", which brings together artists influenced by impressionism. His work is then passed through a brief period expressionist, reflecting his admiration for Constant Permeke and Gustave De Smet (The couple, 1929). The exhibition "Minotaur"
PAUL DELVAUX' YOUTH: Paul Delvaux was born September 23, 1897 in Antheit (Belgium). Paul Delvaux' father was a lawyer and his bourgeois upbringing made him destined to become an architect. Paul followed architecture courses at the Academy of Brussels, but at the same time followed painting courses from Contant Montald. Contant Montald had also been the teacher of other Belgian Surrealist René Magritte.
PAUL DELVAUX AS AN ARTIST: Paul Delvaux' first group exhibition took place at "Le Silon" in 1924. At the "Forie du Midi" in Brussels in 1932 Paul Delvaux received the shock that would inspire his later painting style when visiting the Musée Spitzner. In 1934 the poet in Delvaux arose when he got to know the work of Giorgio de Chirico. January 1, 1933 Delvaux' mother died and the same year he destroyed over 100 of his earliest paintings. Although Delvaux is considered to be part of the Belgian surrealists, it was obvious that they both went separate ways, even though they exposes together at the Palais Royal des Beaux-Arts. In 1937 his father died. In the same year he married Suzanne Purnal. The marriage turned out to be a disaster, but the emotional distress and loneliness gave Delvaux the necessary inspiration to make his best work ever. During World War II, Paul Delvaux refused to expose. After the war, in 1947, Delvaux accidentally bumped into his first real love, Anne-Marie De Martelaere (nicknamed Tam), upon which he left his wife and married Tam on October 25, 1952. In 1950, Paul Delvaux became professor at the "Ecole Nationale de la Cambre" in Brussels. In 1952 he created the fresco at the casino of Oostende. In 1955, Paul Delvaux received the Italian Reggio Emilia-award.
PAUL DELVAUX' DEATH: Paul Delvaux died at the ahe of 97 in Veurne (Belgium) on July 20, 1994.
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