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Until Tue 30 June

Virtual visit of the exhibition "Paul Delvaux. The man who loved trains."

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Visite virtuelle de l'exposition "Paul Delvaux. L'homme qui aimait les trains"


Art and culture open a door to a world full of imagination and offer a welcome diversion during this difficult period. Although Train World is temporarily closed, we would like to share with you our temporary exhibition dedicated to Paul Delvaux. We invite you to immerse yourself virtually in the poetic and mysterious universe of the surrealist master by following the course of the exhibition .

Paul Delvaux (1897-1994) developed a magisterial body of work inspired by the world of trains. On the occasion of the 25th anniversary of his death, Train World invites you to dive into his poetic and mysterious universe.

During this exhibition, we invite you to discover the work of this man passionate about trains and stations.

The works presented have been lent by the Paul Delvaux Museum at St. Idesbald and private collections. Only very rarely do they leave their homes! Around twenty large-format paintings are on display, including La Gare forestière (1960) - one of his masterworks - as well as canvases depicting women in railway surroundings: L’Age de fer (1952), Le Voyage légendaire (1974) and Le Tunnel (1978).

Paul Delvaux

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Friday, March 13, 2020 — Tuesday, June 30, 2020

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Until Tue 30 June


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