Rene Magritte

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Noun1.Rene Magritte - Belgian surrealist painter (1898-1967)Rene Magritte - Belgian surrealist painter (1898-1967)
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'Chaplin' pays homage to two icons: the great comic and mimic Charlie Chaplin and the painter Rene Magritte, whose wordless images of ordinary objects are far from mute, and speak of possibilities untapped.
DEATHS 1967 RENE MAGRITTE, Belgian painter famous for his surrealist artworks.
Says Wevers, "I want to challenge the audience's sensibilities, combining Saint-Exupery's anti-realism with Rene Magritte's jarring aesthetic." June 7-15.
Pierre Bonnard, Henri Cartier Bresson, Phillip Guston, Rene Magritte 12.
Inspired by the surrealist world of Belgian painter Rene Magritte, famous for his paintings of men in bowler hats, "Sombrerisimo" references the iconic sombreros found throughout the world that help to represent culture.
He looks at works by Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso, Kazimir Malevich, Marcel Duchamp, Rene Magritte, Edward Hopper, Frida Kahlo, Francis Bacon, Mark Rothko, Andy Warhol, Yayoi Kusama, Joseph Beuys, Robert Smithson, Anselm Kiefer, Barbara Kruger, Xu Bing, Bill Viola, Louise Bourgeois, Lee Ufan, and Doris Salcedo.
Thus, such word-famous art works as "Dance" by Henri Matisse, "The Son of Man" by Rene Magritte, "The Girl with a Pearl Earring" by Jan Vermeer, "The Kiss" by Gustav Klimt, "The Lovers" by Rene Magritte and many other works of eminent artists acquired a completely different shade and flavor.
What nationality was surrealist painter Rene Magritte? Which body of water is known as 'La Manche' in France?
With which artistic movement were Salvador Dali, Joan Miro and Rene Magritte associated?
A Rene Magritte B Piet Mondrian C Franz Marc D Amadee Ozenfant 12.
Belgian artist Rene Magritte's 'The Submissive Reader' and Spanish painter Joan Miro's 1927 evocation of a circus offer a glimpse of Surrealism, while kinetic art is represented by 'Orange press', a 1960 sculpture by Swiss artist Jean Tinguely made of disparate everyday objects like a bucket and a citrus juicer.