Obituary, page 16
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BRUSSELS - The Belgian painter Paul Delvaux, whose dreamlike depictions of hypnotic naked women, skeletons and trains in timeless landscapes made him a master of surrealism, died at 96. Delvaux was one of the last surviving surrealist painters, having gained fame for depicting the richness of the subconscious in figurative images. AP