Balthazar Klossovski de Rola Balthus or
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(1908 - ?)
He was born in Paris, and his first exhibition was in Paris, at the Pierre Loeb in 1934. Since then, his work has been seen at the Museum of Modern Art in New York (1956), the Musee' des Arts Decoratifs in Paris (1966), and the Tate Gallery in London (1968). His most well-known Surrealist work is "The Street" (1933). He is currently the director of the French School of Rome.