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  • Andi Wong

    "The Human Condition" by René Magritte, 1935 Oil on canvas 100 cm × 81 cm (39 in × 32 in) Simon Spierer Collection, Geneva, Switzerland

  • Anastasia Katherine

    The Human condition, another thought-provoking artpiece by Rene Magritte. Absolutely stunning, surreal and a very peaceful painting to admire.

  • jia jun

    The Artist Is Rene Magritte . And The Title Of This Painting Is The Human Condition . I Think That The Artwork Is About What The Normal Humans Do Every Day Such As Working Out Which Can Be Seen With The Bowling Ball And The Beach And The Tables . The Artwork Is Interesting Because It Let Us Think What Would Be Really Going On In The Picture . I Would Like To Adopt The Colors Of The Contrast In The Picture .

  • Crea Oma

    Rene Magritte 1935 Het menselijk tekort / La Condition humaine

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