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  • Paul Delvaux (French: [dɛlvo]; 23 September 1897 – 20 July 1994) was a Belgian painter famous for his paintings of female nudes. He was influenced by the
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  • Delvaux may refer to: Anne Delvaux (born 1970), Belgian politician Paul Delvaux (1897–1994), Belgian painter André Delvaux (1926–2002), Belgian film
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  • André, Baron Delvaux (French: [dɛlvo]; 21 March 1926 – 4 October 2002) was a Belgian film director and widely regarded as the founder of the Belgian national
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  • The Road to Rome (painting) (category Paintings by Paul Delvaux)
    (French: La Route de Rome) is a 1979 painting by the Belgian painter Paul Delvaux. It depicts a European town square in twilight, with a number of women
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  • Laurent Delvaux (1696, Ghent – 24 February 1778, Nivelles) was a Flemish sculptor. After a successful international career that brought him to London
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  • Ellie Delvaux ([eli dɛlvo]; born 10 June 1999), better known as Blanche, is a Belgian singer and songwriter. She represented Belgium in the Eurovision
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  • Pierre Caille, the Haesaerts brothers, Edgard Tytgat and Paul Delvaux. In 1982 the Paul Delvaux Museum opened in Saint-Idesbald. Coordinates: 51°06′028″N
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  • Night Train (painting) (category Paintings by Paul Delvaux)
    Night Train (Le train de nuit) is a 1947 painting by Belgian artist Paul Delvaux, famous for his paintings of female nudes. The painting is 153 x 210 centimetres
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  • Wood Reliefs and Collages (2012), Paul Delvaux (2013), which was curated in close collaboration with the Paul Delvaux Foundation, and was also displayed
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  • Masson, The Mythology of Desire: Masterworks from 1925 to 1945, and Paul Delvaux, the first monographic show of the artist’s work in the United States
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  • The Great Sirens (category Paintings by Paul Delvaux)
    (French: Les grandes sirènes) is a 1947 painting by the Belgian painter Paul Delvaux. It depicts a group of partially nude women in moonlight. In the background
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  • techniques de diffusion, or INSAS, is a Belgian film and theater school founded in 1962 by Raymond Ravar, André Delvaux and Paul Anrieu. Official Website
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  • and Beggars Banquet. It featured the 1944 painting "Venus Asleep" by Paul Delvaux as cover art. Dave Thompson of AllMusic noted that the "Dark Entries"
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  • Bettendorf Anne Brasseur Colette Flesch Paul Helminger Alex Krieps Lydie Polfer Jean-Paul Rippinger Mady Delvaux-Stehres Ben Fayot Robert Goebbels Jeannot
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  • meilleurs décors) is an award presented annually by the Académie André Delvaux. It is one of the Magritte Awards, which were established to recognize
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  • Europe (Raoul Dufy, Édouard Vuillard, Bernard Buffet, Jacques Villon, Paul Delvaux and Tour Dentelièrea large sculpture by Jean Dubuffet in the atrium)
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  • outside Paris, they divorced. On 14 January 1978, Dassin married Christine Delvaux in Cotignac. Their first son, Jonathan, was born on 14 September 1978;
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  • became known for casting the works of Auguste Rodin, Rembrandt Bugatti, Paul Delvaux, and many others. Several works by various artists are located in noted
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  • Pam Berry. The album cover is a 1963 painting titled The Viaduct by Paul Delvaux. "Since K Got Over Me" – 3:52 "(I Can't Seem To) Make You Mine" – 3:38
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  • Woman Between Wolf and Dog (category Films directed by André Delvaux)
    entre chien et loup) is a 1979 Belgian-French drama film directed by André Delvaux. It was entered into the 1979 Cannes Film Festival and received the André
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