One Only Has Oneself. Fernand Khnopff, a Belgian Dandy in European Symbolism
(Johan de Smet) The Low Countries - 2006, № 14, pp. 189-198
Fernand Khnopff was more personally and artistically oriented towards contemporary British art and culture than any other Belgian modernist of his generation. As the Brussels correspondent for the authoritative journal The Studio, and an occasional writer for The Magazine of Art, he promoted Belgian art among the English-speaking public. He also wrote essays on British art that were highly regarded in Great Britain. His predilection for British savoir vivre, which incidentally he loved to flaunt, combined with a wide international reputation to give him access to the most important avant-garde circles in Europe.
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