Magritte Painting with apple shown floating in front of face. This composition could be used, by changing the hat and apple to fit the a in w theme.
Rene Magritte - Son of Man, 1946. Magritte painted The Son of Man as a self-portrait. The painting consists of a man in an overcoat and a bowler hat standing in front of a short wall, beyond which is the sea and a cloudy sky. The man's face is largely obscured by a hovering green apple. However, the man's eyes can be seen peeking over the edge of the apple. Another subtle feature is that the man's left arm appears to bend backwards at the elbow.
Surreal Art: René Magritte. Classically Margritte. Famous Bowler Hat & Green Apple.
This famous picture by Rene Magritte ~ Le fils de l'homme or The Son of Man, 1964. Magritte painted it as a self-portrait. The painting consists of a man in an overcoat and a bowler hat standing in front of a low wall, beyond which is the sea and a cloudy sky. The man's face is largely obscured by a hovering green apple. However, the man's eyes can be seen peeking over the edge of the apple. Another subtle feature is that the man's left arm appears to bend backwards at the elbow. Said, the name of the picture points on the modern businessman, Adam's son, and an apple, the symbol of temptation that still follows a man in a modern world ~
Again with the work of art as a halloween costume!
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René Magritte (1898 - 1967) - L’explication, 1952 Gouache, watercolor and pencil on paper (executed in 1952) Galerie Odermatt-Vedovi, Paris, France
MAGRITTE, René (1898-1968). L'explication 1952 Oil on canvas 46 x 35.5 cm The most obvious thing abt the carrot metamorphosing into the wine bottle is that it is not ( does not reproduce, represent, or linguistically affirm) any actual carrot or bottle.
MAGRITTE, René (1898-1968). L'explication 1952 Oil on canvas 46 x 35.5 cm
Rene Magritte Surrealismo, Magritte Presenceofmind1960, Artist René Magritte, Art Surrealism
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La présence d’esprit (The Presence of the Spirit) by René Magritte, 1960. Oil on canvas.
René Magritte - La présence d’esprit, 1960
La présence d’esprit, René Magritte, 1960.
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Surreal Art: René Magritte
René Magritte (1898-1967) Magritte was a key figure in the Belgian Surrealist movement, as well as a participant in the Paris group's activities during the late 1920s. His paintings often place ordinary objects in unusual and unexpected contexts, thus forcing the viewer to observe reality in a new way. Unlike many of the Paris Surrealist artists, Magritte made no attempts at automatism, instead exploring images that were consciously arrived upon, presented in a realAbstract expressionism, artist, arts, artworks, conceptual arts, Dada, dadaism, design, digital, fine arts, Image editing, Marcel Duchamp, paintings, pics, pictures, Surreal, Surrealism, Surrealist
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The Great War (La Grande Guerre) - Rene Magritte, 1964. Professional Artist is the foremost business magazine for visual artists. Visit ProfessionalArtistMag.com.- www.professionalartistmag.com
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The Great War (2), Oil On Canvas by Rene Magritte (1898-1967, Belgium)
* Rene Magritte - - - De grote oorlog / La grande guerre - 1964
RENE MAGRITTE 1964 De grote oorlog / La Grande Guerr
René Magritte - La Grande Guerre, 1964 世界大戦
Rene Magritte's paintings
One of my favorite artist is the Belgian painter René Margritte. (1898-1967) The school teacher (1954) Le blanc-seing (1965) There is always something strange in his paintings La grande guerre (1964) Golconde (1953) Painting on a house, the picture was taken in Berlin in 2012 The images are scans taken form the book Margritte by Jacques Meuris except for the last one, that one was taken by me.
René Magritte (1898-1967) "La reproduction interdit" also known as "Not to be Reproduced" 1937. The painting is featuing the British poet and surrealist patron Edward James (1907–1984)
-La reproduction interdite -Rene Magritte -1937 -Huile sur toile -81.3 x 65 cm -Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, Rotterdam, Netherlands Biographie: René Magritte, est un peintre surréaliste belge né en novembre 1898 et mort en août 1967. Ses peintures jouent souvent sur le décalage entre un objet et sa représentation. Ses peintures jouent souvent sur le décalage entre un objet et sa représentation.
Rene Magritte / la reproduction interdite. Tim Akkerman (dutch singer-songwriter and former member of Di-Rect) made a song called Who's this man, inspired by this painting. You can find it on YouTube: Art Tracks Tim Akkerman Who's that man. It is a wonderfull song.
Rene Magritte / la reproduction interdite. Tim Akkerman (dutch singer-songwriter and former member of Di-Rect) made a song called Who's this man, inspired by this painting.
Rene Magritte / la reproduction interdite. Oil on canvas /// Magritte was an inspiration for the opening window scene (w/ Alec) Latino in America, reflections of conflicted realities - Adrian Mendoza, author of The Kaleidoscope
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La reproduction interdite or Portrait of Edward James. René Magritte 1937.
René Magritte, La Reproduction Interdit (Not To Be Reproduced), 1937
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René Magritte (1898 – 1967) was a Belgian surrealist artist. unlike most other surrealistic painters, Magritte insists that his paintings had no meaning. In fact, for Magritte, the whole point was to show that images themselves conceal nothing and as mere images, they mean nothing.
"The Remedy", by Samy Charnine, 1996. See more here: http://charnine.com/paintings/page1/a.htm
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lethebashar: #art #painting theshipthatflew: René Magritte, Homesickness, 1940, oil on canvas, Galerie Isy Brachot, Brussels. via worldpaintings
One of my favorite all time paintings/artists. René Magritte Belgian 1898 - 1967 "Homesickness"
René Magritte Homesickness, 1940, oil on canvas, Galerie Isy Brachot, Brussels. Homesickness depicts a man looking out over what appears to be a bridge railing while a lion sits behind him. The man is looking out over the railing while the lion is intently looking in the opposite direction. The sky depicted in Homesickness is a golden brown. The brown color palette used in this artwork and the position of the man/angel gives the painting a feeling of melancholy. Who is the title Homesickness ...
René Magritte Belgian 1898 - 1967 "Homesickness"
Rene Magritte - Le Mal du Pays (Homesickness)
René Magritte - Le Mal du Pays (1940)
René Magritte - Homesickness (1940)
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A sunny, sloping street. People in bright, sunny clothes. I recognize a fair-haired woman with whom I had a passionate (though possibly unconsummated) love relationship when we were both in our late teens. She’s still very attractive, dressed in loose, flowing clothes. I try to guess the age of her slim, beautiful fair-haired daughter, who may be 9, 10 or 11. When we catch each other’s eyes, there is absolutely no recognition on her part, not even when I identify myself by name and describe our encounters many years before. It hits me that she’s not feigning amnesia, and has not, in fact, forgotten. In her present reality, we have never met before. I become very excited at the realization that I am in an alternate reality, and comment on this to my companions. The fair-haired woman and her friends clearly think we’re weird. Waking, I think of two fair-haired women on whom I had crushes in my late teens. Then I realize the woman in my dream is not either of them. She is, in fact, a stranger to me in my waking reality. The plot thickens. I am a stranger to this woman, in her reality (the one I visited in my dream). She is a stranger to me, in my waking reality. This suggests there is a third reality in which we know each other intimately. And perhaps any number of realities in which we are strangers to each other. This report is from my journal for March 7, 2000, part of my overflowing file on dream experiences of alternate realities. When I re-entered the dream, I was able to get the woman's name. Thirteen years later, I have still not run into her, and am certainly not looking for her. During my conscious dream reentry, I had a conversation with a second dream character, a big man in a related scene who made it clear he was an aspect of myself. I asked if I was actually involved with the woman in the dream. "You loved each other, and in some realities you still do." "Does she exist in my present reality?" "Oh, yes." "Will I encounter her as I did in the dream?" "It’s entirely possible." "Will I recognize her?" "Your soul will know her." Still unrecognized by many analysts, the most interesting dreams are often experiences of alternate realities. And Active Dreaming, as a conscious practice, is our best way to gain experiential understanding of parallel universes. René Magritte, "Le mal du pays" (1940)
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"Les liaisons dangereuses" (1926), by René Magritte. Oil on canvas; surrealism; the mirror is a returning element in his work. Formerly with the collection of the Galerie Octave Negru, Paris. If you know where it's now, please do comment.
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René Magritte, Le relazioni pericolose - Dangerous Liaisons, (1926)
1926-1930 Surrealism Paris Years - Matteson Art Rene Magritte - Attempting the Impossible (La Tentative de l'Impossible) 1928
Attempting the Impossible (1928) - René Magritte http://www.wikipaintings.org/en/rene-magritte/attempting-the-impossible-1928 - More at http://www.wikipaintings.org/en/rene-magritte (Thx Evreux)
Rene Magritte Attempting the Impossible 1928 A variation upon the legend of the sculptor Pygmalion, who himself created his dream woman. Pygmalion required divine assistance to bring his sculpture to life; here, the artist succeeds simply through his powers of imagination and his belief in the impossible.
René Magritte (1898-1967) : Tentative de l' impossible, 1928 ,olio su tela , 116x81 cm , Toyota Museum of Art , Toyota. La modella è la moglie Georgette Berger(1901-1986).
Rene Magritte Attempting the Impossible, 1928. I love him in theory but I really resent the way male surrealists present females as femme enfants, femme fatales, muses, angels, demons, or inchoate objects. No agency.
René Magritte - Attempting the Impossible La Tentative de l'Impossible 1928
Rene Magritte - Attempting the Impossible, 1928. Surrealism.
"Tenter l'impossible" 1928 by Rene_Magritte (1898-1967)
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René Magritte - Son of Man, 1964. Magritte painted it as a self-portrait. The painting consists of a man in an overcoat and a bowler hat standing in front of a low wall, beyond which is the sea and a cloudy sky. The man's face is largely obscured by a hovering green apple. However, the man's eyes can be seen peeking over the edge of the apple.
René Magritte - Le Fils de l"Homme (Son of Man) | From a unique collection of portrait prints at http://www.1stdibs.com/art/prints-works-on-paper/portrait-prints-works-on-paper/
The Son of Man, 1964 By: Rene Magritte Magritte painted The Son of Man, or Le fils de l’homme, as a self-portrait. The painting depicts a man in a suit with a bowler hat; his face is mostly obscured by a green apple. The theme of the art work is a conflict between that which is visible and that which is hidden. The parts of a person we want to see is often obscured by what is visible.
RENE MAGRITTE - THE SON OF MAN - 11x14 Art Print BOWLER HAT (Fils de l'Homme)
I guess glass artists aren't the only ones who look to famous paintings for inspiration. This is a chair which was inspired by Rene Francois- Ghislain Magritte's "Son of Man" painting, (below), was designed by Chilean architect, Roberto Sebastian Matta. I love both the painting and the chair and now want to do a bead that relates to this painting too. It's just a question of what elements from the painting do I want to use? Should it be sculptural or not and what do I want to change? This will be on my list for "when I've got some spare studio time" later this week. I'll show you when it's done. What do you think?
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The Son of Man (French: Le fils de l'homme) is a 1964 painting by the Belgian surrealist painter René Magritte. Magritte painted it as a self-portrait. The painting consists of a man in a suit and a bowler hat standing in front of a small wall, beyond which is the sea and a cloudy sky. The man's face is largely obscured by a hovering green apple. However some have argued the presence of the face at all, as it believed that the apple merely represented the loss of identity. The name is believed to have derived from the modern businessman being the son of Adam (from the Abrahamic creation story) and the apple representing temptation with which one is still faced in the modern world. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Son_of_Man Blogged here: blog.wolffmyren.com/2008/06/26/son-of-man-magritte/
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