Toute sa vie, à sa manière, Balthus a joué à être Balthus

Rémy, Pierre-Jean; Bousteau, Fabrice
June 2008
Beaux Arts Magazine;jui2008, Issue 288, p84
The article presents information on the work of French painter Balthus. Biographical details are provided. Topics include Balthus's managing of the Villa Medici, which houses the French Academy in Rome, Italy, the various characteristics of his personality, and his collaboration with artist Antonin Artaud.


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