Rene Magritte


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Belgian surrealist painter (1898-1967)

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Shows of the work of Joseph Cornell, Max Ernst, and Yves Tanguy, as well as friendships with Marcel Duchamp and Rene Magritte, followed; sales did not.
Prominent among the works are Henri Matisse's Jazz portfolio (PS250,000 to PS350,00), Pablo Picasso's lithograph Le Corsage a Carreaux (PS30,000 to PS50,000) and drawings and prints by Gustav Klimt, Rene Magritte and Carsten Holler.
When I first went to art school I thought art had to be po-faced - until I went to a Rene Magritte show and fell about.
The static quality had the feel of a surrealist Rene Magritte painting.
No deja de sorprender que tras una primera etapa marcada por el expresionismo flamenco, Paul Delvaux (Antheit, 1897-Veurne, 1994) descubrio el surrealismo y experimento la influencia de Rene Magritte y Giorgio de Chirico.
LONDON, Sha'ban 16, 1436, Jun 3, 2015, SPA -- Christie's auction house is offering works by Claude Monet, Rene Magritte, Joan Miro, Marc Chagall and Pablo Picasso this month amid a voracious global appetite for impressionist and modern art, according to AP.
One in 10 thought that impressionist Claude Monet was a celebrity chef and surrealist Rene Magritte was believed to be a singer or an actor.
PERSPECTIVES ITV 10pm Singer Will Young (right) shares his passion for the surrealist Rene Magritte.
The dancer-choreographer will be joined by Phillippe Misischi in the performance, which makes numerous references to important figures from art history like Marcel Duchamp, Rene Magritte and Auguste Rodin, and is set to a score that features songs from the soundtracks of famous films including "Trainspotting" and "Kill Bill.
In addition, it was a subject that was continued in the drawings and paintings of Max Ernst, Salvador Dali, Rene Magritte and photographs of Man Ray among others.
Belgian artist Rene Magritte (1898-1967) added a surrealistic twist to our perspective drawings.
You have only to consider the paintings and curious artefacts of Salvador Dali in order to find a starting point before you move on to Rene Magritte, the subject of this fascinating book, Magritte: The Mystery of the Ordinary 1926-1938, edited by Anne Umland with essays by Stephanie D'Alessandro.
Rene Magritte, who moved from Brussels to Paris in 1927, became one of the leading Surrealist painters (11, 12).
Here is a letter-inside-a-letter by Rene Magritte, with a little sketch of a pie-keeper with a painting of a slice of pie inside.
Edgar Allan Poe, Charles Baudelaire, and Rene Magritte, two writers and one painter connected by profound aesthetic affinities.