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Although Paul Delvaux (born 1897) is an artist of international standing, his work is relatively little known in the Anglo-Saxon world. This book, the first on the artist written in English, places...

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Paul Delvaux: Surrealizing the Nude
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Although Paul Delvaux (born 1897) is an artist of international standing, his work is relatively little known in the Anglo-Saxon world. This book, the first on the artist written in English, places Delvaux's work in the tradition of European figurative painting, as well as in the more immediate context of twentieth-century Surrealism, exploring the relationship between the Although Paul Delvaux (born 1897) is an artist of international standing, his work is relatively little known in the Anglo-Saxon world. This book, the first on the artist written in English, places Delvaux's work in the tradition of European figurative painting, as well as in the more immediate context of twentieth-century Surrealism, exploring the relationship between them as they came together in the artist's works from the 1930s.

David Scott identifies Delvaux's most characteristic contribution to twentieth-century art as that of problematizing academic history painting by surrealizing it. He concentrates on recurrent themes in Delvaux's art, notably his continuing, indeed unremitting, focus on the nude, and on the question of the "legibility" of the works, given the contradictory pictorial codes – academic and Surrealist – that Delvaux adopts in them.

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David Scott holds a personal chair in French (Textual & Visual Studies) at Trinity College Dublin. He has written widely on literature, painting, semiotics and textual/ visual studies, and has organised many international exhibitions on arts and design. He was formerly curator of the Modern Art Collection, Trinity College Dublin (1977-92), a director of the Douglas Hyde Gallery (1979-91) and t David Scott holds a personal chair in French (Textual & Visual Studies) at Trinity College Dublin.

He has written widely on literature, painting, semiotics and textual/ visual studies, and has organised many international exhibitions on arts and design. He was formerly curator of the Modern Art Collection, Trinity College Dublin (1977-92), a director of the Douglas Hyde Gallery (1979-91) and the organizer of Trinity College's 1992 400th anniversary exhibition. His interests include gardens, travel and sport, especially athletics and boxing.

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