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James Ensor's Macabre Kingdom of Masks

March 20, 2013

James Ensor's nightmarish vision in "Christ's Entry Into Brussels in 1889" was shaped not only by his pessimism but by his critical view of contemporary art. It was a work even his avant-garde cohorts deemed too radical.

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