The Echo by Paul Delvaux, 1943
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The Echo by Paul Delvaux, 1943

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Paul Delvaux

[The skeleton] is a structure and also it is life, it is life in essence. This armature, this extraordinary thing, conserves already in itself the general forms of the human being … [I think of] the skeleton, not as an emblem of Death, but on the contrary as an expressive and alive figure.
Paul Delvaux, Odyssey of a Dream

1. Crucifixtion, 1952
2. Ecce Homo (La descente de croix), 1949
3. The Deposition, 1951
4. La Mise au tombeau III, 1957

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surrealism:

Boule (Ball) by Paul Delvaux. Oil on canvas.

surrealism:

Boule (Ball) by Paul Delvaux. Oil on canvas.




The Mirror by Paul Delvaux, 1952
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The Mirror by Paul Delvaux, 1952

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Les demoiselles de Tongres by Paul Delvaux, 1961
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Les demoiselles de Tongres by Paul Delvaux, 1961

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The Conversation by Paul Delvaux, 1944
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The Conversation by Paul Delvaux, 1944

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regardintemporel:


Paul Delvaux - Le tramway porte rouge, Ephèse, 1946

regardintemporel:

Paul Delvaux - Le tramway porte rouge, Ephèse, 1946




Popular Cry by Paul Delvaux, 1948
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Popular Cry by Paul Delvaux, 1948

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frenchtwist:
The flight by Paul Delvaux, 1936Also

frenchtwist:

The flight by Paul Delvaux, 1936

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human-activities:

paul delvaux, a siren in full moonlight

human-activities:

paul delvaux, a siren in full moonlight




cavetocanvas:

Paul Delvaux, Skeletons in an Office, 1944

cavetocanvas:

Paul Delvaux, Skeletons in an Office, 1944




cavetocanvas:

Paul Delvaux, The Natural History Museum, 1943

cavetocanvas:

Paul Delvaux, The Natural History Museum, 1943




cavetocanvas:

Paul Delvaux, Femme a la Rose, 1936

cavetocanvas:

Paul Delvaux, Femme a la Rose, 1936




El hombre de la calle by Paul Delvaux

El hombre de la calle by Paul Delvaux




mirrormaskcamera, drunkcle:

Paul Delvaux, Léda

mirrormaskcameradrunkcle:

Paul Delvaux, Léda