RENE MAGRITTE


Tête 


1960
Bronze
25 x 20 x 45 cm
Edition of 250
Signed and numbered by the artist.
With the stamp of the founder and the stamp of the Succession René Magritte.


Le Bouchon d’Epouvante


1966
Bronze
29 x 34 x 15 cm
Edition of 250
Signed and numbered by the artist.
With the stamp of the founder and the stamp of the Succession René Magritte.


Les Menottes cuivrés


1931
Bronze
47,5 x 14 cm
Edition of 250
Signed and numbered by the artist.
With the stamp of the founder and the stamp of the Succession René Magritte.


La Joconde


1967
Bronze
220 x 141 x 70 cm
Edition of 8
Signed and numbered by the artist.
With the stamp of the founder and the stamp of the Succession René Magritte.

RENÉ MAGRITTE Un peu de lâme des bandits, 1960 Bronze (60 x 60 cm)

Un peu de l’âme des bandits


1960
Bronze
60 cm
Edition of 150
Signed and numbered by the artist.
With the stamp of the founder and the stamp of the Succession René Magritte.

RENÉ MAGRITTE Souvenir de voyage, 1960 Bronze (45 x 38 x 38 cm)

Souvenir de voyage


1960
Bronze
45 x 38 x 38 cm
Edition of 150
Signed and numbered by the artist.
With the stamp of the founder and the stamp of the Succession René Magritte.

RENÉ MAGRITTE Le Beau Monde, 1962 Bronze (105 x 105 cm)

Le Beau Monde


1962
Bronze
105 cm
Edition of 250
Signed and numbered by the artist.
With the stamp of the founder and the stamp of the Succession René Magritte.

RENÉ MAGRITTE La valse hésitation, 1950 Bronze (25 x 25 cm)

La valse hésitation


1950
Bronze
25 x 25 cm
Edition of 150
Signed and numbered by the artist.
With the stamp of the founder and the stamp of the Succession René Magritte.

RENÉ MAGRITTE Le Prêtre Marié, 1960 Bronze (17 x 17 cm)

Le Prêtre Marié


1960
Bronze
17 cm
Edition de 150
Signed and numbered by the artist.
With the stamp of the founder and the stamp of the Succession René Magritte.

RENE MAGRITTE

BIOGRAPHIE

René Magritte is an established Belgian artist of the 20th century. He was born in 1898 in Lessines and died in Brussels in 1967. His eclectic, imaginary and enigmatic creations defined the imagery and philosophy of the surrealist movement.

After his studies at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Brussels and the artist began his career as a designer and draftsman at the end of the 1920s, his graphic style was then situated between cubism, futurism and abstraction. Subsequently, he will settle in Paris and work with the surrealist pioneer André Breton, then he will integrate the group of French surrealists with the artists Jean Arp, Paul Eluard where he will collaborate on “The Surrealist Revolution”.

René Magritte’s work explores the illusory power of art and juxtaposes new iconography. His themes juggle between the shift in the function of an object and its representation.

His work has been exhibited in institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art, Center Pompidou, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Museo Reina Sofía, Tate Britain, Kunstmuseum Basel and many others, and is also part of many private collections.

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