DAILY ART FIX: The Magical Paintings of René Magritte

Art world links which caught my eye…

Key quote:

The consummate Surrealist painter, René Magritte (1898–1967) is widely celebrated for his amusing, thought-provoking images featuring ordinary objects represented in extraordinary settings. Distinguishable for his uncanny use of clouds, pipes, bowler hats, apples, and nudes, his paintings influenced subsequent generations of pop and conceptual artists and—perhaps more notably—the world of advertising, which is where his own illustrious career began.

Read the Full Article here: ART & OBJECT – The Magical Paintings of René Magritte

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  1. […] Art world links which caught my eye… Key quote: The consummate Surrealist painter, René Magritte (1898–1967) is widely celebrated for his amusing, thought-provoking images featuring ordinary objects represented in extraordinary settings. Distinguishable for his uncanny use of clouds, pipes, bowler hats, apples, and nudes, his paintings influenced subsequent generations of pop and conceptual artists and—perhaps more notably—the… — Weiterlesen remodernreview.wordpress.com/2021/03/18/daily-art-fix-the-magical-paintings-of-rene-magritte/ […]

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