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Paul Nougé (13 February 1895 – 6 November 1967) was a Belgian poet, philosopher and surrealist photographer who heavily influenced the Belgian Surrealist School of which he was a member.
He was a friend and associate of fellow artists Louis Scutenaire and Marcel Mariën and had a major influence upon René Magritte.
Some 19 surrealist photographs, produced by Nougé between 1929 and 1930, have been published and displayed posthumously notably, and most recently, at the Edinburgh Art Festival 2009
A number of his poems have been translated into English by Robert Archambeau and Jean-Luc Garneau, and appear in Samizdat (poetry magazine).
- Magritte : "Paul Nougé", 1927 (Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium)