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Pioneering Surrealist René Magritte masterfully mixed wit with illusion. By blocking a subject’s face with a suspended object or placing ordinary objects in pointed juxtaposition to text, his work poignantly questioned the relationship between the existential nature of physical objects and their treatment in the world of signification. La Trahison des Image translates to “the treason of the image” and—according to philosopher Michel Foucault—questions the basis of our symbolic understanding of the world. Remember, this is not a pipe; it’s just the image of one.
Reproduction offset lithographic print of La Trahison Des Images by René Magritte. Framed in black and gold-toned wood with premium clear acrylic. Image measures: W 25" H 18". Mounting hardware included.
W 26.75” H 19.63”
René Magritte (1898-1967) is a preeminent Belgian artist and a major figure in the Surrealist movement. His widely influential work explores perception and ideas of reality, often through representational paintings that depict ordinary objects in unusual contexts. His works can be seen in the Magritte Museum in Brussels, the New York MoMA, the Tate Modern, and more.