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Portfolio Paul Delvaux. The complete works. (321: Drawing, Engraving, Oil, Oil On Canvas, Sculpture)

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  • Paul Delvaux - The Sleeping Venus
  • Paul Delvaux - Night Train
  • Paul Delvaux - Small Train Station at Night
  • Paul Delvaux - Chrysis
  • Paul Delvaux - Station Forestiere 
  • Paul Delvaux - The Blue Sofa 
  • Paul Delvaux - The Rose
  • Paul Delvaux - The Joy of Life
  • Paul Delvaux - Train in Evening
  • Paul Delvaux - untitled (926)
  • Paul Delvaux - At the Door
  • Paul Delvaux - The Balcony 
  • Paul Delvaux - Shadows 
  • Paul Delvaux - The Awakening of the forest 
  • Paul Delvaux - Sleep1
  • Paul Delvaux - Solitude
  • Paul Delvaux - The Rose, study
  • Paul Delvaux - The Congress
  • Paul Delvaux - The Great Sirens
  • Paul Delvaux - Hat
  • Paul Delvaux - Dialogue
  • Paul Delvaux - The Summer 
  • Paul Delvaux - The beach at St. Idesbald
  • Paul Delvaux - Loneliness
  • Paul Delvaux - Nymphs Bathing
  • Paul Delvaux - The Man in the Street
  • Paul Delvaux - Belgian, )
  • Paul Delvaux - Women in the Mirror
  • Paul Delvaux - The Garden
  • Paul Delvaux - Pygmallion 
 
All 321 Artworks from Paul Delvaux





Paul Delvaux (September 23, 1897 – July 20, 1994) was a Belgian painter, famous for his surrealist paintings with female nudes.

Delvaux was born in Antheit in the Belgian province of Liège, the son of a lawyer. The young Delvaux took music lessons, studied Greek and Latin, and absorbed the fiction of Jules Verne and the poetry of Homer. All of his work was to be influenced by these readings, starting with his earliest drawings showing mythological scenes. He studied at the Académie Royale des Beaux-Arts in Brussels, albeit in the architecture department owing to his parents' disapproval of his ambition to be a painter. Nevertheless, he pursued his goal, attending painting classes taught by Constant Montald and Jean Delville. The painters Frans Courtens and Alfred Bastien also encouraged Delvaux, whose works from this period were primarily naturalistic landscapes. He completed some 80 paintings between 1920 and 1925,[1] which was the year of his first solo exhibition.

Delvaux's paintings of the late 1920s and early 1930s, which feature nudes in landscapes, are strongly influenced by such Flemish Expressionists as Constant Permeke and Gustave De Smet. A change of style around 1933 reflects the influence of the metaphysical art of Giorgio de Chirico, which he had first encountered in 1926 or 1927.[2] In the early 1930s Delvaux found further inspiration in visits to the Brussels Fair, where the Spitzner Museum, a museum of medical curiosities, maintained a booth in which skeletons and a mechanical Venus figure were displayed in a window with red velvet curtains. This spectacle captivated Delvaux, supplying him with motifs that would appear throughout his subsequent work.[3] In the mid-1930s he also began to adopt some of the motifs of his fellow Belgian René Magritte,[4] as well as that painter's deadpan style in rendering the most unexpected juxtapositions of otherwise ordinary objects.

Delvaux acknowledged his influences, saying of de Chirico, "with him I realized what was possible, the climate that had to be developed, the climate of silent streets with shadows of people who can't be seen, I've never asked myself if it's surrealist or not."[5] Although Delvaux associated for a period with the Belgian surrealist group, he did not consider himself "a Surrealist in the scholastic sense of the word."[6] As Marc Rombaut has written of the artist: "Delvaux ... always maintained an intimate and privileged relationship to his childhood, which is the underlying motivation for his work and always manages to surface there. This 'childhood,' existing within him, led him to the poetic dimension in art."[6]

The paintings Delvaux became famous for usually feature numbers of nude women who stare as if hypnotized, gesturing mysteriously, sometimes reclining incongruously in a train station or wandering through classical buildings. Sometimes they are accompanied by skeletons, men in bowler hats, or puzzled scientists drawn from the stories of Jules Verne.[7] Delvaux would repeat variations on these themes for the rest of his long life, although some departures can be noted. Among them are his paintings of 1945-47, rendered in a flattened style with distorted and forced perspective effects, and the series of crucifixions and deposition scenes enacted by skeletons, painted in the 1950s.

In the late 1950s he produced a number of night scenes in which trains are observed by a little girl seen from behind. These compositions contain nothing overtly surrealistic, yet the clarity of moonlit detail is hallucinatory in effect. Trains had always been a subject of special interest to Delvaux, who never forgot the wonder he felt as a small child at the sight of the first electric trams in Brussels.

In 1959 he executed a mural at the Palais des Congrès in Brussels, one of several large scale decorative commissions Delvaux undertook. He was named director of the Académie royale des Beaux-arts in 1965. In 1982 the Paul Delvaux Museum opened in Saint-Idesbald. Delvaux died in Veurne in 1994.

[Biography - Paul Delvaux - 5Ko]
Paul Delvaux, né le 23 septembre 1897 à Antheit, Belgique et mort le 20 juillet 1994 à Furnes, était un peintre post-impressionniste, expressionniste puis surréaliste belge. Subissant l'ascendant de sa mère, Paul Delvaux est élevé dans la crainte du monde féminin. Il a également subi l'influence de son meilleur ami, éminent artiste peintre lui auss...
[Biography - Paul Delvaux - 4Ko]
Paul Delvaux (23. September 1897 - 20. Juli 1994) war ein belgischer Maler, bekannt für seine surrealistischen Gemälde mit weiblichen Akten. Delvaux war in Antheit in der belgischen Provinz Lüttich, der Sohn eines Anwalts geboren. Der junge Delvaux nahm Musikstunden, Griechisch und Latein studiert und absorbiert die Fiktion von Jules Verne und die ...
[Biography - Paul Delvaux - 6Ko]
Paul Delvaux (23 Settembre 1897 - 20 luglio 1994) è stato un pittore belga, famoso per i suoi dipinti surrealisti con nudi femminili. Delvaux è nato a ANTHEIT nella provincia belga di Liegi, il figlio di un avvocato. Il giovane Delvaux ha preso lezioni di musica, ha studiato greco e latino, e assorbito la finzione di Jules Verne e la poesia di Omer...
[Biography - Paul Delvaux - 11Ko]
Paul Delvaux (23 septiembre 1897-20 julio 1994) fue un pintor belga, famoso por sus pinturas surrealistas con desnudos femeninos. Delvaux nació en Antheit en la provincia belga de Lieja, el hijo de un abogado. El joven Delvaux tomó clases de música, estudió griego y latín, y absorbe la ficción de Julio Verne y la poesía de Homero. Toda su obra iba ...
[Biography - Paul Delvaux - 6Ko]
Поль Дельво (фр. Paul Delvaux 23 сентября 1897, Анте — 20 июля 1994, Вёрне, Западная Фландрия) — бельгийский художник, видный представитель Сюрреализма. Начал изучать архитектуру в Королевской академии изящных искусств в Брюсселе, затем перешёл в класс живописи Констана Монталя. Архитектура тем не менее навсегда осталась источником вдохновения для...
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保羅·德爾沃(Paul Delvaux, 1897年9月23日-1994年7月20日),比利時畫家,以其超現實主義風格的裸女畫著名。 德爾沃生於比利時列日省,父親是律師。自幼受過良好的希臘羅馬古典文化教育,並愛好古典樂、儒勒·凡爾納的科幻小說與荷馬史詩;這些少時的興趣後來都影響了他日後的畫作。1916年進入布魯塞爾的王立美術學院(Académie royale des Beaux-arts),此時他已立志當畫家,但父母反對,故主修建築;數年後成功說服父母,轉而主修美術。1925年首次舉行個展。早期作品多為印象主義式的風景畫,1920年代晚期又轉向表現主義風格,創作了一批以自然風景為背景的裸體畫。 1930年代,他受到許多因素的影響,開始確立自己後半生的畫風:包括兩位超現實主義畫家德·基里訶和...
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Paul Delvaux (Antheit, 1897 - Veurne, 1994) foi um pintor belga ligado à corrente surrealista. Aos 21 anos de idade iniciou seus estudos na Academia de Belas Artes de Bruxelas, onde, mais tarde, seria professor durante os anos de 1950 a 1962. Iniciou pintando quase que exclusivamente paisagens e, posteriormente, dedicou-se a ensaiar uma espécie de ...
[Biography - Paul Delvaux - 2Ko]
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