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The Surreal Life and Work of Rene Magritte

Rene Magritte was undoubtedly one of the most enigmatic artists of the 20th century. He helped shape the visual language of Surrealism through rendering the most commonplace things as strange by placing them in uncanny scenes and circumstances. Classically trained, Magritte utilized the conventions of painting to subvert representation and highlight the oddness surrounding his recognizable images. There is a wonderful tension between his transparent technique and his opaque subject matter…

Rafel Olbinski  Rafel Olbinski was born in the city of Kielce in Poland. He graduated from the Architectural Department of Warsaw Politechnical School. In 1982, he emigrated to the US, where he soon established himself as a prominent painter, illustrator and designer. Since 1985, he’s been a professor at the School of Visual Arts in New York.

Surreal paintings feature the element of surprise, unexpected juxtapositions and many Surrealist artists take their work as an expression of the

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I decided to write about Rene Magritte as his paintings make you think. They dazzle. You sit and think. You think and… by aksinya

Magritte, Rene (1898-1967) - 1928 The False Mirror (Museum of Modern Art, N.Y.C.) by RasMarley, via Flickr

René François Ghislain Magritte was a Belgian surrealist artist. He became well known for a number of witty and thought-provoking images. His intended goal for his work was to challenge observers' preconditioned perceptions of reality and force viewers to become hypersensitive to their surroundings.

This is not a pipe – Magritte’s most famous painting

This is Not a Pipe is a painting by famous Belgium artist René Magritte. The work shows a pipe, but below it, the artist there is a quote by the artist in