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Rene Magritte, Les Bijoux Indiscrets

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Rene Magritte, Les Bijoux Indiscrets

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Artist:

Rene Magritte

Materials:

original lithograph on wove paper

Frame details:

acid-free materials/silk mat

Dimensions:

image size, 9 1/4" x 11 7/8";
sheet size, 9 5/8" x 12 3/8"

Condition:

In excellent condition, printed on a full sheet.

Care:

Do not hang in direct sunlight.

Please note:

Comes with a certificate of authenticity.

Why We Love This

This original lithograph is signed on the stone lower right Magritte, and titled on the stone lower left. It is a fine impression of the definitive state, from the edition of approximately 2000 issued in the review XXe Siècle, No. 22, Christmas, 1963 (there were 75 additional hand-signed and numbered impressions, 20 impressions designated “hors commerce,” and one known artist’s proof). Published by G. di San Lazarro, Chroniques du Jour, Paris; printed at Atelier Fernand Mourlot, Paris. Catalogue raisonné reference: Kaplan/Baum 3. The enigma of Magritte's art, and at the same time its essence, is the way that his imagery challenges our preconceived and comfortable everyday notions. Stimulated by his introduction to the art of De Chirico in 1922 he wanted to show how reality and non-reality exist side-by-side in our minds. By using almost totally realistic depictions of everyday objects, but with a sudden element of the unexpected and illogical in setting or in juxtaposition, he stimulates us to move from normality into the subconscious world of the dream. The titles of Magritte's works are often random and seemingly unconnected with the imagery. He disliked titles, and would sometimes ask friends to think up titles and apply them at random to previously untitled works.

This work is part of a carefully curated selection by noted fine art expert Jennifer McCloskey, who was formerly affiliated with Doyle Gallery in New York and is now based in San Francisco. If you have questions about any of the works in this selection, please send an email to asktheexpert@onekingslane.com.

Why We Love This

This original lithograph is signed on the stone lower right Magritte, and titled on the stone lower left. It is a fine impression of the definitive state, from the edition of approximately 2000 issued in the review XXe Siècle, No. 22, Christmas, 1963 (there were 75 additional hand-signed and numbered impressions, 20 impressions designated “hors commerce,” and one known artist’s proof). Published by G. di San Lazarro, Chroniques du Jour, Paris; printed at Atelier Fernand Mourlot, Paris. Catalogue raisonné reference: Kaplan/Baum 3. The enigma of Magritte's art, and at the same time its essence, is the way that his imagery challenges our preconceived and comfortable everyday notions. Stimulated by his introduction to the art of De Chirico in 1922 he wanted to show how reality and non-reality exist side-by-side in our minds. By using almost totally realistic depictions of everyday objects, but with a sudden element of the unexpected and illogical in setting or in juxtaposition, he stimulates us to move from normality into the subconscious world of the dream. The titles of Magritte's works are often random and seemingly unconnected with the imagery. He disliked titles, and would sometimes ask friends to think up titles and apply them at random to previously untitled works.

This work is part of a carefully curated selection by noted fine art expert Jennifer McCloskey, who was formerly affiliated with Doyle Gallery in New York and is now based in San Francisco. If you have questions about any of the works in this selection, please send an email to asktheexpert@onekingslane.com.