- Silk scarf reproduction of James Ensor's The Intrigue, the artist's painting from the Royal Museum of Fine Arts, Antwerp.
Ensor often used masks in many of his compositions, his fascination with carnivalesque characters and the grotesque masquerade expressions are represented in The Intrigue, a parody of a wedding celebration. The ugly coquette standing next to the masked figure in a top hat is surrounded by a crowd of gaping, grinning, and glowering masks and faces. The stout woman holds a puppet confronts the groom.
- 100% silk
- Made in Belgium
- Scarf measures: 36" square
- Item #: scarf ensor