Here we present extraordinary Surrealist works of art.
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Reneé Magritte, The Golden Legend, 1958, private collection

The Golden Legend, by Reneé Magritte, private collection. Here, loaves of bread insist on being looked at anew as they float by a window. Bread on the table we can take for granted but bread floating by a window?

René Magritte, Memory of a Journey, 1958, private collection

artimportant: “ Rene Magritte - Memory of a journey, 1955 ”

René Magritte, La Clairvoyance, 1936, Art Institute of Chicago

Self Portrait, Rene Magritte Clairvoyance 1936 ~ René François Ghislain Magritte was a Belgian surrealist artist. He became well known for a number of witty and thought-provoking images that fell under the umbrella of surrealism.

René Magritte, Les Vacances de Hegel, 1958

Les Vacances de Hege (Hegel’s Holidays)l, 1958 by René Magritte, private collection Here Magritte associates two objects with opposing functions – repelling and containing water.