Le Fils De L'Homme Placemat Pair
Pioneering Surrealist René Magritte (1898-1967) masterfully mixed wit with illusion creating thought-provoking works that challenge the viewer's perception of reality. By blocking a subject's face with a suspended object or placing ordinary objects in pointed juxtaposition to text his paintings poignantly question the relationship between the existential nature of physical objects and their treatment in the world of signification. Brighten up your meals with this placemat set which includes table-friendly reproductions of Le Fils de l'Homme and Le Pelerin."
Set of 2 placemats.Country of Origin: BE
Care: Dishwasher safe.