Tag Archives: Paul Delvaux

visceral forms: “what’s inside a girl”

The persistence of the nude. We have had more or less traditional treatment since Marcel Duchamp, followed by Picasso and abstract expressionism rendered her to the scrapheap of history. Lo and behold, she could not be avoided for long. It … Continue reading

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a-roving on the wane and sane

The cup is full and sometimes it runneth over. ¬†The moon has always been, since the dawn of the human being, a symbol of love, and a pervasive theme ¬†among artists such as poets, novelists and writers and painters within … Continue reading

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