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One of Taylor (and my) favorite paintings at the Art Institute in Chicago. Though Magritte is a surrealist painter, this is actually a naturally occurring phenomenon. The intensity of a sundown can be so bright and orange that it looks like the sun is really burning through the trees. Absolutely read, absolutely surreal. Finding a poster of this one has been literally impossible, but I keep hoping someday they will start printing them.

René Magritte 1898–1967, On the Threshold of Liberty, The Art Institute Chicago.

Magritte, Rene (1898-1967) - 1965 Le Blanc-Seing

The Spirit of Comedy (1928) by René Magritte.

Artist René Magritte (1898‑1967) Title The Future of Statues L'Avenir des statues Date 1937 MediumPainted plaster

"Heraldry" by Kurt Seligmann

the secret of a Belgian falling rock (Magritte)

Elective Affinities. "One night. I woke up in a room in which a cage with a bird sleeping in it had been placed. A magnificent error caused me to see an egg in the cage, instead of the vanished bird. I then grasped a new and astonishing poetic secret, for the shock which I experienced had been provoked precisely by the affinity of two objects - the cage and the egg -to each other, whereas previously this shock had been caused by my bringing together two objects that were unrelated."

After the Water, The Clouds (1926) Rene Magritte. Art Experience NYC www.artexperience...

rene magritte. Use online websites to create a silhouette and then scrapbook paper to get the overlapped images!