Golkonda by Rene Magritte

Magritte stated: “The best title of the picture is poetic. He should not teach anything, but instead amaze and bewitch.” Following this rule, he called his painting “Golkonda”. Let the

Empire of Light by Rene Magritte

The artist was prevented from finishing this work by death. But despite its incompleteness, the Empire of Light is considered the most popular painting by Magritte. Collectors were willing to

Son of Man by Rene Magritte

The most famous work of Magritte, who love to print on the cover of a textbook on social studies. Magritte painted this picture as a self-portrait. But since each of

Human Piece I by Rene Magritte

Belgian artist, a representative of surrealism, Rene Magritte, studied in Brussels at the Academy of Arts. In his early works felt the influence of futurism and cubism. In 1925, having

Nostalgia by Rene Magritte

Neither the lion nor the man with folded wings has anything to do on the bridge. They embody the longing of those who know that real life is something else,

The threat of murder by Rene Magritte

Belgian surrealist Rene Magritte in his paintings was able to combine ordinary household objects with completely incompatible paradoxical phenomena at the level of psychology. And he put into each his

Insight by Rene Magritte

Magritte Rene wrote his works in the style of surrealism, but still in every work there is a deep philosophical meaning and part of realism. The work “Insight” at first

Violence by Rene Magritte

Rape makes the viewer, that is, we’re with you, looking at this canvas. According to Paul Klee, the anatomy of the picture reminds the viewer of his status as a

Personal Values by Rene Magritte

René Magritte, though related to surrealism, his work stands alone, and differs from the bizarre images and landscapes of Salvador Dali and Max Ernst. Magritte does not draw out fantastic

Lovers by Rene Magritte

The painting “Lovers” of the Belgian surrealist painter Rene Magritte is known to the viewer in two versions. On the first canvas, a man and a woman, whose heads are

The Son of Man by Rene Magritte

The most famous among the works of René Magritte – a picture-riddle “Son of man.” Written in 1964, it immediately captured the minds of the external simplicity and extreme depth