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Philippe Roberts-Jones Wikipedia
Baron Philippe Roberts-Jones (8 November 1924 – 9 August 2016) was a Belgian art historian who was the head of conservation of the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium. A member of the Royal Academy of Science, Letters and Fine Arts of Belgium, of which he was president in 1980, he was also a member of the Free Academy of Belgium and professor at the Université libre de Bruxelles. He was also a published poet.
Born in Ixelles, Belgium, on 8 November 1924, Philippe Roberts-Jones belongs to a family of three generations of lawyers, descending from a British family established in Brussels at the beginning of the 19th century and that has been active in the coachwork industry.
His father Robert Roberts-Jones (1893–1943), a lawyer, was a member of the Belgian Resistance executed by the Germans at the Tir national on October 20, 1943.
Philippe Roberts-Jones died on 9 August 2016 at the age of 91.Prix Émile Polak from the Belgian Royal Academy of French Language and Literature, 1957, for Amour et autres visages
Prix Malherbe of the Province of Brabant, 1976, for L'Art Majeur
Prix du rayonnement de la langue française, from the Académie française, 1980, for his collected output
Grand prix de poésie de l'Académie française, 1985
Prix Louis-Guillaume for prose poetry, 2002, for Domaines en cours
Grand prix international Lucian Blaga, 2006
Robert-Jones was made a Baron by King Baudouin in 1988.
As a poet he publishes under the name Philippe Jones. Among his published works are:Le Voyageur de la nuit
Amours et autres visages
Un espace renoué
As an art historian, he is interested in the work of Honoré Daumier and in contemporary engraving; another field of interest is the work of Belgian painter Lismonde.