It’s not often we get our pick of a great Magritte. He is about to
be hotter than ever, with an exhibition on the artist's Surrealist
years opening soon at The Museum of Modern Art in New York.
This selection of prints, posters, and witty design objects gives
you access to the great Surrealist master and the mesmerizing,
mysterious dream world he created, wherever you are.
The Son of Man is considered to be
Magritte's most famous self-portrait of his alter ego. It depicts a man in a tailored overcoat with a bowler hat, standing in the foreground, in front of a cloudy sky and a ...
Framed Roger de La Fresnaye print of a
mixed-media grisaille image of two male figures in a Roman setting, from a portfolio published after the artist's death in 1922. The original artwork was produced circa 1915. In a silver-leaf frame ...
Rene Magritte was 30 years old when he
painted what would become his most renowned work of art. La Trahison des Images (the treachery of images), better known as "Ceci n'est pas une Pipe" (This is not a pipe). The ...