Rene Magritte's Lithographs and Sculptures
Known for his juxtapositions of everyday objects and witty play between reality and illusion, Rene Magritte was a Belgian artist whose paintings exemplify the surrealist art movement. Masterworks Fine Art Gallery features rare, signed lithographs, sculptures, prints by Rene Magritte, many of which depict his iconic umbrella, bowler hat, pipe, and distorted realities.
La cascade (The Waterfall) Rene Magritte$9,750.00Item # 4737
La Flêche de Zenon (Zeno’s Arrow), 1964 Rene Magritte Signed Color Lithograph$9,750.00Item # 3769
La magie noir (Black Magic) Rene Magritte$9,750.00Item # 4297
La page blanche (The White Page) Rene Magritte Signed Color Lithograph$9,750.00Item # 3127
La Bataille de l'Argonne (The Battle of the Argonne) Rene Magritte$9,750.00Item # 4005
La belle captive (The Fair Captive) Rene Magritte Signed Color Lithograph$9,750.00Item # 4009
Le grand style (Great Style) Rene Magritte Signed Color Lithograph$9,750.00Item # 3853
La race blanche (The White Race) Rene Magritte Signed Color Lithograph$9,500.00Item # 3114
Le bouquet tout fait (The Ready-Made Bouquet) Rene Magritte Signed Color Lithograph$9,500.00Item # 4736
La corde sensible (Heartstring) Rene Magritte$9,500.00Item # 3973
Le beau monde (High Society) Rene Magritte Signed Color Lithograph$9,500.00Item # 3854
La voix du sang (Voice of Blood) Rene Magritte Signed Color Lithograph$9,500.00Item # 3551
Le pays des miracles (The Country of Marvels) Rene Magritte Original Color Lithograph$9,500.00Item # 3113
Le dernier cri (The Last Word) Rene Magritte$9,250.00Item # 4576
La folie des grandeurs II ( Megalomania) Rene Magritte Signed Color Lithograph$9,000.00Item # 2868
L’entree en scene (The emergence) Rene Magritte$9,000.00Item # 3976
Le printemps (Spring) Rene Magritte Signed Color Lithograph
$9,500.00Item # 3126
Les valeurs personelles (Personal Values) Rene Magritte
$9,750.00Item # 4123
Golconde (Golconda) Rene MagritteSOLDItem # 4862
La grande guerre (The Great War), 1964, Series 1 Rene Magritte Original Color LithographSOLDItem # 3848
Why Magritte ?
Rene Magritte was a Belgian Surrealist who developed an instantly recognizable, witty style. Known for putting familiar objects in foreign situations, he will forever be associated with the pipe and bowler hat, as Duchamp and the urinal are permanently related.
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Rene Magritte Biography
René Magritte was a Belgian surrealist artist whose witty and thought-provoking images challenged observers’ preconditioned perceptions of reality. Magritte’s work frequently displays a juxtaposition of ordinary objects in an unusual context, giving new meanings to familiar things.
Magritte grew up in a simple and somewhat tragic household. His father was a modest tailor. His mother, who was mentally unsound, committed suicide in the year 1912. Magritte started drawing at a young age, and his first paintings, produced c. 1915, were Impressionistic in style.
Magritte first worked as a draughtsman in a wallpaper factory and, in the year 1922, fell in love with and married Georgette Berger. In 1926, Magritte signed a contract with Galerie La Centaure in Brussels, making it possible for him to paint full-time. During this time, inspired by his friend André Breton, he became involved with the Surrealist group.
During the German occupation of Belgium in World War II, he stayed in Brussels. He continued to paint, gaining increased recognition. His work was exhibited in the United States in New York multiple times, including 2 retrospective exhibitions at the Museum of Modern Art and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. In 1967, Magritte died of pancreatic cancer, his imagery having greatly influenced pop, minimalist, and conceptual art.