American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Ensor, James 1860-1949. Belgian painter whose works, such as Entry of Christ into Brussels (1888), influenced surrealism and often feature nightmarish, masked faces.
“Ensor is among thousands of bikers and non-riders who will be participating in the 2008 edition of the”
“No wonder why when Alfred Barr, the inaugural director of the Museum of Modern Art, acquired this painting in 1940 (to save it from being destroyed in the war, no doubt), he called Ensor “the boldest living painter,” topping even those Surrealists driven to create images of psychological doctrine.”
“No wonder why when Alfred Barr, the inaugural director of the Museum of Modern Art, acquired this painting in 1940 (to save it from being destroyed in the war, no doubt), he called Ensor "the boldest living painter," topping even those Surrealists driven to create images of psychological doctrine.”
“Ensor Holdings PLC ( "Ensor" or "the Group") Interim Results for the Period ended 30 September 2009 Chairman's Statement RECOVERY I am pleased to report that the half year to 30 September 2009 has seen good progress for Ensor with the Group now on an upward trend having seen sales improve against the second half of last year.”
“Ensor, who said he was a former Navy frogman and SEAL, had a thin moustache and wore a tattered green beret at a jaunty angle.”
“Elton Ensor, 83, a veteran of World War II, Korea and Vietnam, stands by the Vietnam Memorial Wall on May 23, 2008, in Washington.”
“We've recently seen a revival of fortunes for James Ensor and Martin Munkacsi and other "minor" figures, so maybe Monticelli's turn will come.”
“Interesting, can see the influence of Nolde, Ensor and picasso in them. nature god and mankind involved, nice work.”
“Antwerp art "The Moderns: Highlights from the Royal Museum" presents 50 works by 19th- and 20th-century masters, including Emile Claus and James Ensor.”
“100 Chefs-d'oeuvre du Stadel Museum" presents a selection of 100 works from the collection of the Stadel Museum in Frankfurt, including work by Bocklin, Ensor, Moreau, Munch and Redon.”
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