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MAGRITTE

(Rene Magritte, 1898-1967) Skip to Images

Text from "Rene Magritte", by Abraham Marie Hammacher:

"René Magritte was no doubt disappointed that, aside from the small circle of his kindred spirits among the Surrealists, the world needed over a quarter of a century to discover that his work has both philosophical and poetic content which corresponds to certain social and intellectual trends, particularly of the second half of the twentieth century. Magritte's work was not easy to approach at the outset, however. He is a difficult painter, and his simplicity is misleading. A world ever more disturbed and unstable - in labor, trade, and industry, as well as in intellectual and university circles - is a world in which reason remains indispensable. Yet the irrational no longer allows itself to be thrust aside, and today it is struggling to win recognition. As a result, there is now a greater possibility, especially among the younger generation, to arrive at a better and deeper understanding of Magritte's art.

"His work makes a constant call on us to relinquish, at least temporarily, our usual expectations of art. Magritte never responds to our demands and expectations. He offers us something else instead. His friend Paul Nougé has expressed the problem better than anyone else; what he said in 1944 still holds good: "We question pictures," he said, "before listening to them, we question them at random. And we are astonished when the reply we had expected is not forthcoming."

"Magritte's work allows one to conjure up a state of being which has become rare and precious - which makes it possible to observe in silence. Reading and reflection call for silence, listening no less. Silence can be used for waiting for an illumined vision of things, and it is to this vision that Magritte introduces us.

"The fascinating and challenging images in Magritte's works stem from revelations of the mystery of the visible world. To him this world was a more than adequate source of lucid revelations, so that he did not need to draw on dreams, hallucinations, occult phenomena, cabalism. Nonetheless, preconsciousness - that is, the state before and during waking up - always played an important role in his work.

"In studying Magritte one begins to understand that attempting to solve puzzles must be avoided but the artist himself provides clues to his manner of painting and the mental process on which it is founded. Some are inclined to call this process "visual thinking. I prefer to give it no name. The term "visual thinking" is not subtle enough and involves too many misunderstandings regarding the possible subordination of the visual to thought, or vice versa. The misunderstanding caused by calling Magritte "cerebral" has also been demonstrated all too often, despite the unusually large quantity of literary, philosophical, and linguistic affinities Magritte's work suggests, and which bring us closer to their meaning. Also the term "literary" is a misconception in his case, although it is understandable because of the literary origins of the leading figures in Surrealism. Let us refrain, then, from favoring one formula or the other and instead take a frank look to see with whom, and with what, Magritte and his marvelous cabinet of instruments can be compared.

"The author who wishes to show complete respect for the struggle Magritte waged against faulty interpretations and explanations - and it was indeed a struggle - nevertheless finds he has to ignore Magritte's own personal ban. Even Magritte himself attempted to explain why he wanted no explanations.

"His pronounced hostility to the idea of the symbol in relation to his work, his undisguised dislike of psychoanalysis in particular, and his distrust of any and every interpretation naturally had reasons. He was defending the very essence of his work by adopting this attitude. If, therefore, we try to understand something of the meaning of his resistance - and Magritte never forbade us to attempt that - we shall come closer to his work by this roundabout way.

"Seeing, says Magritte, is what matters. Seeing must suffice. But what kind of seeing must it be? Of what quality? A form of understanding is possible beyond the confines of any verbal explanation, which, if it is of any use at all, must be authenticated by a way of seeing. Unfortunately, for a large proportion of the public, seeing is not sufficient. People often see things hastily and think about them carelessly; they have been educated in disciplines and traditions in which words represent ideas and have a dominant function. This function has left the realm of revelation beyond words neglected and unexplored.

"Magritte, who was a painter and a painter tout court, albeit an unusual one, was nevertheless more aware than any of his contemporaries of words and of the dubious status they had acquired. His consciousness of words is evident in both his writings and paintings. Dealing with words was a dangerous game to play, though, for by playing it he introduced the element "Word" into his painted "images." Thus, anyone seriously concerned with Magritte's work cannot avoid taking a thorough account of what Magritte sought of words in his work and of the value he attached to them.

"The simplicity in his work is a suspect simplicity. In his writings - which include general articles, a few literary pieces, and special articles on specific themes - and in the titles he gave to his works, Magritte was methodical, as he was in his painting. The unexpected is never mere caprice. Moreover, it resides not so much in Magritte as in ourselves. We are not prepared for, and we do not instantly grasp, his technique of thinking and painting. It is not recalcitrance on his part but a natural need to react to the stereotype phenomena of everyday life in a way contrary to expectation; it is a need to correct. What is more, in Magritte's work this became a discipline of feeling, thinking, and behaving which he discovered and evolved for himself. Accordingly, his method - others feel it was a discipline - is as valid a subject for our inquiry as the works themselves.

"Magritte attempted, as it were, to achieve a controlled resonance in his work. After he had finished a painting, it set up a resonance within him, in which he involved his closest friends. This resonance in the artist himself was necessarily different from that in us, who are the uninitiated in regard to his pictorial and verbal imagery. Yet, despite everything, Magritte probably attached more than usual importance to having people feel the right kind of resonance. That he could do anything about this himself was an illusion; the others were the critics, the art historians, the museums, the art dealers, the collectors, who play their own game with a variety of intentions.

"More often than not, Magritte chose ordinary things from which to construct his works - trees, chairs, tables, doors, windows, shoes, shelves, landscapes, people. He wanted to be understood via these ordinary things. Those who find him obscure should not forget that he had turned his back on the fantastic and on the immediate world of dreams. He did not seek to be obscure. On the contrary, he sought through a therapy of shock and surprise to liberate our conventional vision from its obscurity.

"Let us therefore keep, so far as we can, to Magritte himself, to his own resonance, to his method. Even though his is a complex, sophisticated world in which we often lose sight of simplicity, we are able to find this simplicity again in the works themselves, a fact that can only increase our astonishment."

Text from "Rene Magritte", by Abraham Marie Hammacher

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Magritte, Rene Time Transfixed 1939 Oil on canvas 57 1/2 x 38 3/8 in. The Art Institute of Chicago

 xMagritte_TELESCOP

Magritte, Rene La lunette d'approche (The Telescope) 1963 Oil on canvas 69 5/16 x 45 1/4 in. The Menil Collection, Houston, Texas

 xMagritte_PLEASURE

Magritte, Rene Pleasure 1926 Oil on canvas 74 x 98 cm Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, Dusseldorf

 xMagritte_MENACED_ASSASSIN

Magritte, Rene The Menaced Assassin 1926 Oil on canvas 59 1/4 x 76 7/8 in. (150.4 x 195.2 cm) The Museum of Modern Art, New York

 xMagritte_magritte_voice_of_space

Magritte, Rene The Voice of Space La Voix des airs 1928 Oil on canvas 25 1/2 x 19 1/2 in (64.8 x 49.5 cm) Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo

 xMagritte_magritte_threshold

Magritte, Rene On the Threshold of Liberty Au seuil de la liberte 1929 Oil on canvas 45 x 51 3/4 in Museum Boymans-van Beuningen, Rotterdam

 xMagritte_magritte_sleeper

Magritte, Rene The Reckless Sleeper 1928 Oil on canvas 115.6 x 81.3 cm Tate Gallery, London

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Magritte, Rene The Red Model II Le modele rouge II 1937 Oil on canvas 72 x 53 1/2 in Edward James Foundation, Chichester, Sussex

 xMagritte_MAGRITTE_RECAMIER

Magritte, Rene Perspective: Madame Recamier by David Oil on canvas 25 1/2 x 31 7/8 in. Collection Mme J. Vanparys-Maryssael, Brussels

 xMagritte_magritte_presence

Magritte, Rene Presence of Mind 1960 Oil on canvas 116 x 89.5 cm Museum Ludwig, Cologne

 xMagritte_magritte_pebble

Magritte, Rene The Pebble 1948 Oil on canvas 100 x 81 cm Musees Royaux des Beaux-Arts, Brussels

 xMagritte_magritte_meeting

Magritte, Rene The Meeting 1926 Oil on canvas 139.5 x 99 cm Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, Düsseldorf

 xMagritte_magritte_mask

Magritte, Rene Painted Plaster Mask 1935 Oil on canvas height 12 1/2 in Edward James Foundation, Chichester, Sussex

 xMagritte_magritte_giantess

Magritte, Rene The Giantess 1929-1931 Tempera on paper, cardboard and canvas 54 x 73 cm Museum Ludwig, Cologne

 xMagritte_magritte_6_elements

Magritte, Rene The Six Elements 1928 Oil on canvas 28 7/8 x 39 1/4 in Philadelphia Museum of Art

 xMagritte_GOLCONDE

Magritte, Rene Golconde 1953 Oil on canvas 31 1/2 x 39 1/2 in. The Menil Collection, Houston, Texas

 xMagritte_GLASSKEY

Magritte, Rene La clef de verre (The Glass Key) 1959 Oil on canvas 51 1/8 x 63 3/4 in. The Menil Collection, Houston, Texas

 xMagritte_EMPIRE_OF_LIGHTS

Magritte, Rene The Empire of Lights 1954 Oil on canvas Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice

 xMagritte_DISCOVERY_OF_FIRE

Magritte, Rene The Discovery of Fire La Decouverte du feu c. 1934-35 Oil on canvas 13 5/8 x 15 7/8 in. Collection of Leslee and David Rogath

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René Magritte. Without Title/ Sans titre. 1926. Crayon, watercolor and collage. 44 x 61 cm. Private collection.

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René Magritte. L'Idée fixe. 1928. Oil on canvas. 81 x 116 cm. Staatliche Mussen Preussischer Kulturbesitz, Nationalgalerie, Berlin, Germany.

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René Magritte. Jeune fille mangeant un oiseau (Le Plaisir). 1927. Oil on canvas. 74 x 97 cm. Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, Düsseldorf, Germany.

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René Magritte. La Lumière des coincidence. 1933. Oil on canvas. 60 x 73 cm. The Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX, USA.

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René Magritte. L'Avenir des statues. 1932. Oil on plâtre. 33.5 x 16.5 x 19 cm. Wilhelm Lehmbruck Museum, Duisbourg, Germany.

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René Magritte. Les Menottes de cuivre. 1931. Huite sur une reproduction en plâtre de la Vénus de Milo. 37 x 11.5 x 11cm. Musée Royaux des Beaux-Arts, Brussels, Belgium.

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René Magritte. The Key to the Fields. La Clef de champs. 1936. Oil on canvas. 80 x 60 cm. Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection, Madrid, Spain.

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René Magritte. La Condition humaine. 1933. Oil on canvas. 100 x 81 cm. The National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, USA.

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René Magritte. La Méditation. 1936. Oil on canvas. 50 x 65 cm. Private collection.

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René Magritte. The Discovery of Fire. 1934/35. Oil on panneau. 22.8 x 15.5 cm. Private collection.

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René Magritte. La Modèle rouge. 1935. Huite sur toile marouflé sur carton. 56 x 46 cm. Musée National d'Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France.

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René Magritte. Without Title/ Sans titre. Collage on paper. 55 x 40 cm. Private collection.

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René Magritte. La Thérapeute. 1941. Gouache sur papier. 47.6 x 31.3 cm. Private collection.

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René Magritte. The Red Model. 1934. Oil on canvas. 183 x 136 cm. Museum Boymans-van Beuningen, Rotterdam, Netherlands

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René Magritte. The Reckless Sleeper. 1927. Oil on canvas. 116 x 81 cm. Tate Gallery, London, UK.

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René Magritte. Memory. 1948. Oil on canvas. 59 x 49 cm. Patrimoine culturel de la Communauté français de Belgique.

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magritte_This_is_Not_an_Apple

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René Magritte. This is Not an Apple. 1964. Oil on panel. 142 x 100 cm. Private collection

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René Magritte. The Return of the Flame. 1943. Oil on canvas. 65 x 50 cm. Private collection

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René Magritte. The Great War. 1964. Oil on canvas. 81 x 60 cm. private collection.

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René Magritte. The Lost Jockey. 1926. Collage. 39.5 x 54 cm. Private collection.

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René Magritte. Panorama populaire. 1926. Oil on canvas. 120 x 80 cm. Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, Düsseldorf, Germany.

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René Magritte. The Secret Player. 1927. Oil on canvas. 152 x 195 cm. Private collection.

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René Magritte. The Lost Jockey. 1948. Gouache on paper. 50 x 84 cm. Private collection.

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René Magritte. The Empire of Lights (unfinished). 1967. Oil on canvas. 45 x 50.3 cm. Private collection.

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René Magritte. God's Salon. 1948. Oil on canvas. 72 x 64 cm. Private collection

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René Magritte. The Nightingale. 1962. Oil on canvas. 116 x 89 cm. Private collection.

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René Magritte. Perspicacity. 1936. oil on canvas. 54.5 x 65.5 cm. Private collection

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René Magritte. Elective Affinities. 1933. Oil on canvas. 41 x 33 cm. Private collection.

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René Magritte. Black Magic. 1933/34. Oil on canvas. 73 x 54.4 cm. Musée Royaux des Beaux-Arts, Brussels, Belgium

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René Magritte. Hegel's Holiday. 1958. Oil on canvas. 61 x 50 cm. Private collection.

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René Magritte. Flowers of Evil. 1946. Oil on canvas. 80 x 60 cm. Private collection.

magritte_The_Natural_Graces

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René Magritte. The Natural Graces. 1967. Bronze. H: 107 cm. Patrimoine culturel de la Communauté français de Belgique.

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René Magritte. The Companions of Fear. 1942. Oil on canvas. 70.4 x 92 cm. Private collection.

magritte_The_Giantess

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René Magritte. The Giantess. 1929/30. Watercolor on paper, cardboard and canvas. 54 x 73 cm. Museum Ludwig, Cologne, Germany.

magritte_The_Domain_of_Arnheim

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René Magritte. The Domain of Arnheim. 1938. Oil on canvas. 73 x 100 cm. Private collection.

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René Magritte. Beautiful World. 1962. Oil on canvas. 100 x 81 cm. Private collection.

magritte_The_Blank_Page

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René Magritte. The Blank Page. 1967. Oil on canvas. 54 x 65 cm. Private collection.

magritte_The_Acrobat's_Exercises

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René Magritte. The Acrobat's Exercises. 1928. Oil on canvas. 116 x 80.8 cm. Staatsgalerie Moderner Kunst, Munich, Germany.

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René Magritte. Intermission. 1927/28. Oil on canvas. 114.3 x 161 cm. Private collection.

magritte_Dangerous_Liaisons

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René Magritte. Dangerous Liaisons. 1926. Oil on canvas. 72 x 64 cm. Private collection

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René Magritte. Attempting the Impossible. 1928. Oil on canvas. 105.6 x 81 cm. Private collection.

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magritte_La_Lectrice_soumise

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René Magritte. La Lectrice soumise. 1928. Oil on canvas. 92 x 73 cm. Private collection.

magritte_The_Magician_(Self-Portrait_with_Four_Arms)

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René Magritte. The Magician (Self-Portrait with Four Arms). 1952. Oil on canvas. 34 x 45 cm. Private collection.

magritte_The_Lovers

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René Magritte. The Lovers. 1928. Oil on canvas. 54.2 x 73 cm. Private collection

magritte_The_White_Race

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René Magritte. The White Race. 1967. Bronze. H: 58 cm. Patrimoine culturel de la Communauté français de Belgique.

magritte_The_Human_Condition

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René Magritte. The Human Condition. 1935. Oil on canvas. 100 x 81 cm. Private collection.

magritte_The_Two_Mysteries

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René Magritte. The Two Mysteries. 1966. Oil on canvas. 65 x 80 cm. Private collection.

magritte_The_Explanation

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René Magritte. The Explanation. 1954. Oil on canvas. 80 x 60 cm. Private collection.

magritte_The_Flavour_of_Tears

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René Magritte. The Flavour of Tears. 1948. Oil on canvas. 75 x 116 cm. Private collection.

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René Magritte. Collective Invention. 1934. Oil on canvas. 73.5 x 97.5 cm. Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, Düsseldorf, Germany.

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René Magritte. The Art of Conversation. 1950. Oil on canvas. 65 x 81 cm. Private collection.

magritte_The_Pleasure_Principle_(Portrait_of_Edward_James)

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René Magritte. The Pleasure Principle (Portrait of Edward James). 1937. Oil on canvas. 79 x 63.5 cm. Edward James Foundation, Chichester, UK.

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René Magritte. L'Invention de la vie. 1928. Oil on canvas. 81 x 116 cm. Zwirner & Wirth, NY, USA.

magritte_The_Cicerone

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René Magritte. The Cicerone. 1947. Oil on canvas. 54 x 65 cm. Private collection.

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René Magritte. Perspective II: Manet's Balcony. 1950. Oil on canvas. 81 x 60 cm. Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst, Ghent, Belgium.

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René Magritte. Gonconda. 1953. Oil on canvas. 81 x 100 cm. The Menil Collection, Houston, TX, USA

magritte_The_Month_of_the_Grape_Harvest

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René Magritte. The Month of the Grape Harvest. 1959. Oil on canvas. 130 x 160 cm. Private collection.

magritte_The_Large_Family

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Magritte

René Magritte. The Large Family. 1963. Oil on canvas. 100 x 81 cm. Private collection

magritte_The_Voice_of_the_Winds

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Magritte

René Magritte. The Voice of the Winds. 1928. Oil on canvas. 73 x 54 cm. Private collection

magritte_The_Labours_of_Alexander

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René Magritte. The Labours of Alexander. 1967. Bronze. H: 61 x 150 x 110 cm. Private collection.

magritte_The_Seducer

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René Magritte. The Seducer. 1953. Oil on canvas. 38.2 x 46.3 cm. Private collection

magritte_The_Empire_of_Lights

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René Magritte. The Empire of Lights. 1954. Oil on canvas. 146 x 113.7 cm. Musée Royaux des Beaux-Arts, Brussels, Belgium

magritte_La_Parure_de_l'orage

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René Magritte. La Parure de l'orage. 1927. Oil on canvas. 81 x 116 cm. Private collection.

magritte_Les_Chasseurs_de_la_nuit

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René Magritte. Les Chasseurs de la nuit. 1928. Oil on canvas. 81 x 116 cm. Private collection

magritte_La_Fin_des_contemplations

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René Magritte. La Fin des contemplations. 1927. Oil on canvas with metallic pins. 72.8 x 99.8 cm. Private collection.

magritte_Les_Jours_gigantesques

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René Magritte. Les Jours gigantesques. 1928. Oil on canvas. 116 x 81 cm. Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, Düsseldorf, Germany.

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René Magritte. The Empty Mask. 1928. Oil on canvas. 73 x 92 cm. Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, Düsseldorf, Germany.