Christ's Entry Into Brussels in 1889
|Christ's Entry Into Brussels in 1889|
|Medium||Oil on canvas|
|Dimensions||253 cm × 431 cm (99.5 in × 169.5 in)|
|Location||J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles|
Christ's Entry Into Brussels in 1889 (also known as Entry of Christ into Brussels; French: L'Entrée du Christ à Bruxelles) is an 1888 painting by James Ensor and is considered his most famous work and was a precursor to Expressionism.
It was exhibited at the Royal Museum of Fine Arts, Antwerp from 1947 to 1983, Kunsthaus Zürich from 1983 to 1987. It showed at a retrospective in 1976 at the Art Institute of Chicago, and Guggenheim Museum.
The painting is on permanent exhibition at the Getty Center in Los Angeles. The painting is one of just three recently selected by Stefan Jonsson to explicate the history of democracy and socialism over a period of two centuries, and how "the masses" are perceived.
- "Christ's Entry into Brussels in 1889". Getty Museum. Retrieved February 7, 2012.
- Leonard, Mark; Lippincott, Louise (Summer 1995). "James Ensor's Christ's Entry into Brussels in 1889: Technical Analysis, Restoration, and Reinterpretation". 54. Conservation and Art History Art Journal: 18–27. JSTOR 777458.
- "Great Works: Christ's Entry into Brussels in 1889 1888". The Independent. 16 September 2011. Retrieved February 7, 2012.
- Jonsson, Stefan (2008). A brief history of the masses: three revolutions. New York: Columbia University Press. pp. 65–117. ISBN 978-0-231-14526-8.
- "James Ensor: Christ's Entry into Brussels in 1889". Getty Publications. Retrieved February 7, 2012.
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