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Belvedere Museum Sep 12
Happy Birthday, ! The Belgian painter was born 160 years ago! The depiction of this nymph refers to an icon of English history - the legendary King Arthur. Fernand Khnopff: Half-figure of a Nymph („Vivien“), 1896 © Belvedere, Vienna
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AnimaLunga™ 4 Mar 15
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Moissey Kogan Feb 15
Former politician questions authenticity of in major Paris survey :
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A Moment In Time 29 Mar 16
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Alexandra Epps Nov 27
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Juhyung Han 4 Feb 18
Fernand on Cosmic Geography, Wayne Horowitz, The Flights of Etna and the Eagle into the Heavens
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Frederic Libotte Feb 3
From Michael Jackson (1958-2009) to Fernand Khnopff (1858-1921) in one weekend ! Both exhibitions worth the visit to Paris!
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Lord Pym 23 Oct 15
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Clanlupi Artesanía 30 Sep 16
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Victoria Princewill FRSA 7 Oct 13
There is art and then there is Des Caresses.
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Fish Griwkowsky 30 May 17
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Queen Mathilde Blog Jan 4
Next week, on 9 January, will visit the retrospective on 's work at in .
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scopalto Feb 4
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PRESENT FUTURE FILMS 17 May 17
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gautier075 Feb 17
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美術すき! Feb 14
フェルナン・クノップフ(Fernand Khnopff) 「スフィンクスの愛撫」1896年 ベルギー王立美術館
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Maria Golovteeva Jan 5
Come to the conference to hear my paper on art and photography of , whose works are on show in Paris at a big exhibition at the till March 2019
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GMA Jan 2
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artnouveau.tours Dec 24
Traces of this murderous colonial context can be discerned in the stylistic grammar of Belgian art nouveau
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Albert Ypma Dec 15
The master of enigma: (thanks to , classicist and translator).
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