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"The Empire of Light" be Rene Magritte - Meaning and Analysis

"The Empire of Light" be Rene Magritte - Meaning and Analysis

"The Empire of Light" painting by Rene Magritte caused a wide resonance among both artists and collectors....
31.03.22
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“The Son of Man” by Rene Magritte, 1946 – the Meaning and Description of the Painting

“The Son of Man” by Rene Magritte, 1946 – the Meaning and Description of the Painting

Once, Harry Torchiner, who was a collector, ordered a self-portrait of Rene Magritte, but it was difficult for Rene to draw himself as he was. That is why he covered his face with a green apple. As a result, Magritte did not draw himself, but rather some anonymous person with a bowler hat and...
24.03.22
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Painting "Lovers", Rene Magritte - the Meaning and Description of the Painting

Painting "Lovers", Rene Magritte - the Meaning and Description of the Painting

“Do not look for the right answer - there is none,” this is what Rene Magritte used to say about his works. His "Lovers" is considered one of the most mysterious and controversial paintings....
23.03.22
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"The Treachery of images (This is not a pipe)", Rene Magritte - Description of the Painting

"The Treachery of images (This is not a pipe)", Rene Magritte - Description of the Painting

Rene Magritte lived in a sort of very individual reality, and his pictures were the only earthly and truthful matter for him. Transferring to the something worldly, something completely ordinary and uninteresting on his canvases, he reminds himself of his existence. Right at this moment. Right now....
22.03.22
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Golconda, Rene Magritte - Meaning and Analysis, 1953, Interpretation of the Painting

Golconda, Rene Magritte - Meaning and Analysis, 1953, Interpretation of the Painting

Back in the past, Golconda was a name of the fortress in the center of India, a place where diamonds were mainly traded. Nowadays, only ruins remained from it, and today “Golconda” is just the name of one of the pictures by Rene Magritte....
21.03.22
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The False Mirror by Rene Magritte, 1928 - Meaning and Analysis

The False Mirror by Rene Magritte, 1928 - Meaning and Analysis

“The False Mirror” was painted by Rene Magritte in two copies. The original one was created back in 1928 (although 1929 is mentioned in some sources); the second version is dated 1935, but it gained less popularity in comparison to its original version....
20.03.22
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The Human Condition II, 1935 by Rene Magritte - Meaning and Analysis

The Human Condition II, 1935 by Rene Magritte - Meaning and Analysis

The visible combined with the hidden always creates some dissonance in the mind of the viewers. The work titled "The Human Condition" evokes mixed feelings, contradicting each other. Rene Magritte created many interpretations of this composition, of which this particular one was the most...
19.03.22
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The Art of Conversation, Rene Magritte - Meaning and Analysis

The Art of Conversation, Rene Magritte - Meaning and Analysis

Unlike many other surrealists, Rene Magritte attached great significance and paid increased attention to the titles of his own creations. He used to say, "names should be chosen in such a way that they do not provide any opportunity to place their own pictures in the field of the...
18.03.22
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Portrait of Stephy Langui by Rene Magritte, 1961

Portrait of Stephy Langui by Rene Magritte, 1961

René Magritte is an outstanding surrealist of the twentieth century, originating from Belgium. His bizarre creation is characterized by equanimity and some detachment....
17.03.22
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Not to be Reproduced, 1937 by Rene Magritte - Analysis and Interpretation

Not to be Reproduced, 1937 by Rene Magritte - Analysis and Interpretation

The painting title “Not to be reproduced” was written by Rene Magritte for his friend, Edward James, who was a poet and philanthropist....
16.03.22
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