Joseph-Denis Odevaere, Lord Byron on his deathbed

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James Ensor, The intrigue

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From 1887 onwards, masks gradually became the unmistakable trademark of James Ensor. He even called himself ‘the painter of masks’ in a number of signed works. The Intrigue (1890) presents a group of bizarre, fantastic and menacing maskers at a festively staged moment of a fictitious drama.

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