Songs about Ensor:

songsMeet James Ensor by They Might Be Giants from the Album John Henry

songsMeet James Ensor by They Might Be Giants from the Album Severe Tire Damage

songsEnsor's Kiln by Panel Donor from the Album Panel Donor

songsJames Ensor by Ryunosuke from the Album Ryunosuke No Uta

songsmoon of ensor by Frank Deruytter Quartet from the Album Moon of Ensor

songsSir Ensor Doone by Mari Iijima from the Album Lorna Doone the Soundtrack

songsStarry Night, Ensor: Masks Confronting Death, Dirge by Montage Music Society from the Album Starry Night Project, Music Based On Visual Art


Books about Ensor:

booksJames Ensor by Anna Swinbourne, Susan Canning and James Ensor (Jul 31, 2009)

booksThe Hidden World of James Ensor Book of Revelations by Tom Jacobson and Kaori Hashimoto (Jul 23, 2014)

booksJames Ensor (French Edition) by Émile Verhaeren (Mar 25, 2011)

booksEnsor by Roger van Gindertael (1975)

booksEnsor (Crown Art Library) by Jacques Janssens and Baron Ensor James Sidney Edouard (Jun 9, 1984)

booksJames Ensor, 1860-1949: Masks, Death, and the Sea (Taschen Basic Art) by Ulrike Becks-Malorny (Feb 1, 2001)

booksEnsor's Endeavour: A Biography of Wing Commander Mick Ensor Dso and Bar, Dfc and Bar, Afc... by Vincent Orange (Sep 1994)


Movies about Ensor:

moviesCharlie Rose with David Ensor; Graham Fuller, Milton Bearden & Robert Baer; Michael Lemonick; Gray Davis; Andrew... 2006 - Runtime: 57 mins

moviesLes Ensortilèges de James Ensor -


Wiki information Ensor:

James Ensor
Painting Artist, Exhibition subject, Visual Artist, Author, Influence Node, Deceased Person, Person, Noble person, Literature Subject, Name source

James Sidney Edouard, Baron Ensor was a Belgian painter and printmaker, an important influence on expressionism and surrealism who lived in Ostend for almost his entire life. He was associated with the artistic group Les XX.

Baddesley Ensor
English civil parish, Location, Administrative Division, City/Town/Village, Statistical region, Dated location

Baddesley Ensor is a village and civil parish in the district of North Warwickshire in Warwickshire, England, about three miles west of Atherstone. It runs into the village of Grendon, which forms a parish itself.