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  1. James Ensor: The Complete Paintings (Art to Hear) by Xavier Tricot, James Ensor, 2009-11-30
  2. Between Street and Mirror: The Drawings of James Ensor by James Ensor, M. Catherine De Zegher, et all 2001-09
  3. James Ensor, 1860-1949: Masks, Death, and the Sea (Taschen Basic Art) by Ulrike Becks-Malorny, 2001-02-01
  4. James Ensor: Christ's Entry into Brussels in 1889 (Getty Museum Studies on Art) by Patricia Berman, 2002-10-03
  5. James Ensor (French Edition) by Emile Verhaeren, 2010-01-09
  6. James Ensor: A collection of prints by James Ensor, 2003
  7. James Ensor by Lil Tannenbaum, 1999-08-20
  8. James Ensor by Xavier Tricot, 2005-12-31
  9. James Ensor: Life and Work by Norbert Hostyn, 2007-11-25
  10. Doctrinal Nourishment: Art and Anarchism in the Time of James Ensor by Theresa Papanikolas, Kevin Salatino, et all 2009-06-30
  11. James Ensor: Munch-museet 3. mars-18. april 1982 : Bryggens museum 27. april-13. mai 1982 (Katalog / Oslo kommunes kunstsamlinger) (Norwegian Edition) by James Ensor, 1982
  12. James Ensor: Catalogue Raisonne of the Paintings/1875-1902/1902-1941 by Xavier Tricot, 1993-02
  13. James Ensor by Paul Haesaerts, 1959-01-01
  14. James Ensor: The Creative Years by Diane Lesko, 1985-11

1. James Ensor - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
James Ensor (April 13, 1860 November 19, 1949) was a Belgian painter and printmaker, an important influence on expressionism and surrealism who lived in
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Location: Ostende, Belgien James Ensor April 13 November 19 ) was a Belgian painter and printmaker , an important influence on expressionism and surrealism who lived in Ostend for almost his entire life. He was associated with the artistic group Les XX
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Ensor's father was of English extraction, and his mother was Flemish . A poor student, he left school at the age of fifteen to begin artistic training with two local painters. From 1877 to 1880, he studied at the Acad©mie Royale des Beaux-Arts in Brussels , where his classmates included Fernand Khnopff . He first exhibited his work in 1881. From 1880 until 1917, he had his studio in the attic of his parents' house. His only travels were three brief trips to Paris London , and Holland The Rower , Oil Painting, 1883,
Location: KMSKA, Antwerp During the late much of his work was rejected as scandalous, particularly his painting Entry of Christ into Brussels (1888), but his paintings continued to be exhibited, and he gradually won acceptance and acclaim. In 1895 his painting

2. ArtsNet Minnesota: Identity: James Ensor
James Ensor Intrigue. 1911 Oil on canvas H. 37 1/4 W. 44 1/2 in. MIA. About the Art. Intrigue depicts the harassment of the artist s sister Mariette and her

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James Ensor Intrigue. Oil on canvas H. 37 1/4 W. 44 1/2 in. MIA About the Art Intrigue In Ensor's painting, the figures are placed close to the picture plane as if they are on a stage, dramatically confronting the viewer. Mariette, the blue-haired, green-capped woman, and Tan, the man in the black top hat, are in the center of the crowd. Mariette holds Tan's arm protectively, while he seems to withdraw into the collar of his coat. They are surrounded by grotesque gossipers who, safe in their carnival masks, have come to taunt them. A heckler in the foreground carries a Chinese doll and points an accusing finger at Tan. Although in some instances masks can be cheerful and festive, in Ensor's work they represent the dark side of human nature. Here they seem to reflect the true personalities of the people who wear them, showing them to be cruel, "ugly" people. However, Mariette and Tan, like their tormentors, are also in masquerade. The mask serves two functions: it can protect the vulnerable and also hide the identity of the vicious. Rather than depicting things as they actually appear, Ensor creates a sense of fantasy and

3. James, Baron Ensor --  Britannica Online Encyclopedia
Britannica online encyclopedia article on James, Baron Ensor Belgian painter and printmaker whose works are known for their bizarre fantasy and sardonic
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died Nov. 19, 1949, Ostend Belgian painter and printmaker whose works are known for their bizarre fantasy and sardonic social commentary. Ensor was an acknowledged master by the time he was 20 years old. After a youthful infatuation with the art of Rembrandt and Rubens, he adopted the vivacious brushstroke of the French Impressionists. Ensor, James, Baron... (75 of 272 words) To read the full article, activate your FREE Trial

4. James Ensor - Wikipedia
Translate this page Busto di James Ensor. Busto di James Ensor. Introverso e misantropo, trascorse gran parte della sua vita nella sua città natale, dedicandosi ad una pittura
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Busto di James Ensor Introverso e misantropo, trascorse gran parte della sua vita nella sua citt  natale, dedicandosi ad una pittura che fu una delle manifestazioni pi¹ significative del periodo e che si pose al centro della cultura del tempo. Nel s'iscrisse all’Accademia di Bruxelles , dove rimase fino al , entrando in contatto con gli ambienti anarchici e intellettuali della citt , e dove nel tenne la prima mostra personale. Le opere di questo periodo, che arriv² fino al circa, formano il cosiddetto periodo scuro, in cui i colori sono profondi e cupi, con una luce attenuata ma vibrante; in questo si vede l’influenza del naturalismo tipico della tradizione fiamminga e dei realisti francesi, in particolare di Gustave Courbet
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5. James Ensor
James Ensor is and was a controversial artist by his work, by his character and by his attitude. It was told that he had a gigantic ego.
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Paintings Masks are a recurring theme of James Ensor's artwork. They depict the true character of the people, the cruelty and ugliness of the human being. His most famous, and controversial work, was painted in 1888: 'Christ's Entry into Brussels'. This impressive piece measures 2,58 by 4,31 m.
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Quote "I do not impose impressions. I attach no importance to labels. I don't like adjectives."
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Interesting Ensor didn't receive the recognition he deserved until the later days of his career. After 1920 he finally received the recognition and was made Baron in 1930.
James Ensor is and was a controversial artist: by his work, by his character and by his attitude. It was told that he had a gigantic ego.
In 1994 a new audience was introduced to James Ensor when They Might Be Giants released the song "Meet James Ensor," which aptly describes him as "Belgium's famous painter."
In 1995, the state of Belgium recognized Ensor's achievements by dedicating the 100-franc (~ 2.5 EUR) bill to him and his work.

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7. James Ensor
James Ensor was born to an English father and a Flemish mother, shopkeepers in the coastal town of Ostend. They kept a store or market stall there which

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Christ's Entry into Brussels Chronicler of Now and Future Villany

As 21st-century civilization careens to new heights of barbarism and depths of human depravation, the work of the mentally-disturbed 19th-century Belgian painter and printmaker, James Ensor, takes on fresh relevance. Today's succesion of ever-more-luctuous world events seems to corroborate Ensor's macabre view of Man as singularly nefarious and vile. It was this intensely pessimistic if ultimately realistic world view, expressed in a series of astonishing paintings and etchings, which made Ensor a pariah during his productive years as an artist, rejected not only by the right-thinking Flemish burghers of his native Belgium, but also by the members of Les Vingt , the avant garde group of painters of which he, himself, was founder and leading light. History, however, is as ruthless as it is inevitable. While the other members of that aspiring Flemish vanguard are long forgotten, Ensor's legend looms larger and larger, and the descendants of the Belgian bourgeois are regretting that their forbears had not invested in some of Ensor's "outlandish and offensive" works of art.

8. James Ensor
James Ensor ( 18601949). Ensor s imagery reflected one of the most bizarre and powerful visions of his era. He left his native Ostend to study painting
Paintings Chinoiseries Effect Of Light Intrigue Pierrot in despair ... Kerkje van Mariakerke James Ensor ( 1860-1949) surrealism Selected Paintings The Entry of Christ into Brussels Skeletons warming themselves at a stove Impressionism Exrpessionism ...
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9. James Ensor - Wikipedia
Translate this page De vader van Ensor, James Frederic Ensor, was de zoon van Britse ouders. Toch wordt de naam van Ensor op zijn Frans uitgesproken. De moeder van Ensor was de
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Ga naar: navigatie zoeken buste door Edmond De Val©riola; Oostende, Belgi« James Sidney Edouard Ensor, Baron Ensor Oostende 13 april - aldaar, 19 november ) was een Belgisch kunstschilder . Hij wordt algemeen erkend als de belangrijkste vernieuwer van de moderne kunst in Belgi«
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    De vader van Ensor, James Frederic Ensor, was de zoon van Britse ouders. Toch wordt de naam van Ensor op zijn Frans uitgesproken. De moeder van Ensor was de Oostendse Maria Catharina Haegheman. Ensors moeder was een dochter van winkeliers in kantwerk die beiden lezen noch schrijven konden. Ensors moeder baatte een winkel uit met souvenirs chinoiserie en maskers . Deze maskers komen later in zijn werk heel veel terug. Hoewel hij in Brussel geboren was, is James Frederic in Brighton ingeschreven, als zoon van James Rainford en van Anne Andrew, zijn Engelse grootouders. Deze Engelse grootouders waren renteniers uit Sussex Ensors vader, ingenieur van

10. TVM 2nd Floor: 19th C. Post-Impressionism -- James Sydney Ensor
James Sidney Ensor. born Ostend, Belgium; 13 April 1860 died Ostend, Belgium; 19 November 1949. Ensor s father was a British engineer and his mother was
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James Sidney Ensor born: Ostend, Belgium; 13 April 1860
died: Ostend, Belgium; 19 November 1949 Ensor's father was a British engineer and his mother was from Ostend, Belgium. Ostend was a small seaside resort town. His mother supported the family by running a souvenir and gift shop. The shop sold Chinese goods, seashells, and Carnival masks, elements that play a strong part in Ensor's art. Ensor's sister, Mariette, was born about a year after him. At Sixteen Ensor was already showing his talent for art. These two pictures are made with oil paint on cardboard packing from his mother's gift shop, in Ostend, Belgium.
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Antwerp, Belgium When Ensor, age 20, returned to Ostend, he was already a master painter. In his period he preferred a style similar to Rembrandt or at times Rubens. The Lampboy
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11. Haesaerts, Paul.; ENSOR: JAMES ENSOR.
ensor james ENSOR. NY Harry N. Abrams, Inc. 1959 First ed Large 4to., 396pp. More than 400 illustrations, 57 in color.Art gallery bookplate, else fine in
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12. James Ensor Online
james ensor Belgian Expressionist Painter, 18601949 Guide to pictures of works by james ensor in art museum sites and image archives worldwide.
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7 works by James Ensor Flemish Art Collection Database (in Dutch) NEW! Hundreds of works viewable online J. Paul Getty Museum , Los Angeles Christ's Entry into Jerusalem Christ's Entry into Brussels in 1889 Metropolitan Museum of Art Timetable of Art History , New York City Minneapolis Institute of Arts , Minnesota 4 works , Paris NEW! La dame en détresse Museum of Fine Arts , Boston Paintings collection online Museum of Modern Art , New York City 5 works by James Ensor online Museum of Modern Art , New York City Death Chasing the Rock of Mortals (In the "Etching" section) National Gallery of Canada , Ottawa Neue Pinakothek , Munich, Germany Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium Catalogue (in French) Many works online Art Gallery of New South Wales , Sydney, Australia Death pursuing the human flock Berkeley Art Museum + Pacific Film Archive Seascape The Finding of Moses Bilbao Fine Arts Museum , Spain The Virgin and the Mondaine , ca.1933

13. James Ensor (Getty Museum)
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14. James Ensor (1860 - 1949) Artwork Images, Exhibitions, Reviews
james ensor Belgian artist, james ensor learned impressionist method, but rebelliously incorporated controversial themes, colors, and shapes into his work.
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Movement: Post-Impressionism
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Belgian artist, James Ensor learned impressionist method, but rebelliously incorporated controversial themes, colors, and shapes into his work. He developed these ideas at the same time as Van Gogh, although there is no record of any interaction between the two or knowledge of either's work In 1884, he helped found the art Les Vignts, but his preference for solitude led him away from the group. Ensor’s focus on morbid subjects such as skulls and corpses in his early work incited criticism from the public. Although his paintings became more traditional later in his life, Ensor is noted for those earlier paintings because of their significance in the transition from Symbolism to Surrealism.
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15. James Ensor
Realism intersected with Symbolism in the allegorical pictures of james ensor (18601949). His most famous picture, The Entry of Christ into Brussels of
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Ensor House, Ostend Commentary Jeffery W. Howe, Boston College, 1998: Realism intersected with Symbolism in the allegorical pictures of James Ensor (1860-1949). His most famous picture, The Entry of Christ into Brussels of 1888, was recently sold to the Getty Art Museum in Malibu; previously it had been on a long term loan to the City Art Museum in his home town of Ostend. A thorough cleaning and restoration has revealed the full vibrancy of this picture. The Entry of Christ into Brussels shows a satirical view of the second coming of Christ. A controversial painting, it was listed at the 1889 catalog for Les XX, but was not shown. In fact, it was not shown publically until 1929.(1) The Enrty of Christ into Brussels is a very large painting, in bright, even garish colors, painted in a deliberately crude style. Ensor aggressively challenged the rules of perspective and even good taste in this picture. Most people are shown wearing masks that can not be distinguished from their true faces. Ensor reasoned that if Christ were to return to earth, modern commercial and political interests would certainly try to co-opt the event. Although Christ has been given a parade in his honor, and he is shown entering Brussels on the back of a donkey as he entered Jerusalem on Palm Sunday, he is almost lost in the crowd. The mayor of Brussels (at upper right, with the cane and sash) seems to be trying to use the event for his advantage. Ensor identified with the martyred Christ, and he used his own features for the face of Christ. In its free use of color and space and brushwork to enhance the psychological impact, Ensor's work paved the way for Expressionism in the twentieth century.

16. Meeting James Ensor (Belgium's Famous Painter)
Meeting james ensor, Belgium s famous painter a tour of the house and grave of the Ostend artist.
This website is about James Ensor (Belgium's Famous painter) and involves a tour of his house and grave in Ostend. The background story is that curiosity totally got the better of me after the umpteenth playing of Meet James Ensor by They Might Be Giants, and so on 24 June 2001 I set off on a mission to dig him up, shake his hand and understand the man. To proceed further into this site requires a frames compatible browser.
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17. James Ensor - From Incompetech!
james ensor, Jesus. Born in Ostend in 1860, Born away in a manger, 0 AD. Founding member of Les XX , a shortlived group of artists, Founder of a major
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James Ensor (1860-1949) Christ's Entry into Brussels in 1889 (1888)
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Style : Symbolist (mostly)
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Christ's Entry into Brussels in 1889 (1888)
The Temptation of St. Anthony (c. 1899)

Interesting Stuff : Like Bosch before him, much of Ensor's work is filled with lots of grotesque, macabre figures. From the work above, you can tell he's quite a fan of striking colors as well. Ensor - Christ
Comparison Chart James Ensor Jesus Born in Ostend in 1860 Born away in a manger, AD Founding member of "Les XX", a short-lived group of artists Founder of a major world religion still practiced by millions today Was persecuted by angry art critics Was persecuted by angry Romans Left his mark in paintings Left his mark on a shroud For a time during his career he really identified with Christ, feeling his suffering as an obscure artist with unkind critics paralleled Christ's suffering. (If he was really suffering, shouldn't he have identified more with Job? And, I mean, how bad could life have actually been? It's not like anyone nailed him to a cross or anything. Ah, but I digress...) That is, until he became more widely known and loved as an artist. Then he cheered up. So much for the similarity. You can find other similarities in the handy Ensor-Christ comparison chart to the right. He became so famous in his home country of Belgium that King Albert made him a Baron. Now that's cool!

18. James Ensor Archief
With these three purposes the james ensor Archief supports the research and study of the artist, of the late XIXth and early XXth century.
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With these three purposes the James Ensor Archief supports the research and study of the artist, of the late XIXth and early XXth century. It wishes to extend the interest and at least stimulate towards a first contact with the multileveled artworks of this complex artist. Archives The comprehensive documentation of the James Ensor Archief is at the disposal for documenting and expertising artworks, for writing articles and books. Collection The collection is available for researchers and museum exhibitons. The James Ensor Archief has a fund for buying:
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For information about the illustrations on this site, click on them. Realizations Exhibitions and editions to which the James Ensor Archief collaborated.

19. Spencer Museum Of Art | Collection | James Ensor
My Portrait in 1960. detail Le Christ descendant aux enfers by james ensor detail La Mort poursuivant le troupeau des humains by james ensor
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