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Demolder, Eugène

▪ Belgian author
born Dec. 16, 1862, Brussels, Belg.
died Oct. 8, 1919, Essonne, France

      Belgian novelist, short-story writer, and art critic who was a member of the Jeune Belgique (Jeune Belgique, La) (“Young Belgium”) literary renaissance of the late 19th century.

      Demolder trained as a lawyer, and his memoirs, Sous la robe (1897; “Under the Robe”), provide a record of the professional and cultural life of a class that was in the forefront of Belgian literary reform. His novels are noted for their ambience, and many of them are actually sequences of tableaux rather than coherent, linear narratives.

      In such early works as La Légende d'Yperdamme (1896), he transposed stories from the Gospels into Flemish medieval settings; the scenes from these works have been compared with those of 14th- and 15th-century engravers. In La Route d'émeraude (1899; “The Emerald Road”) Demolder provided rich graphic descriptions in his story of the life of a would-be painter (inspired by that of Rembrandt) in the Low Countries during the 17th century. His other important novel, Le Jardinier de la Pompadour (1904; “Madame de Pompadour's Gardener”), is set in France; in this evocation of an elegant period, Demolder's style and subject are in perfect harmony. His L'Espagne en auto (1906; “Spain by Auto”) is one of the earliest narratives of automobile travel.

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