'Magritte & Dali' takes viewers on a journey from the late 1920s to the early 1940s, the period when the two artists spent significant time together and displayed their works in the same Surrealist exhibitions. Although both had very different approaches to their respective paintings, they were equally committed to implementing practices that challenged reality and generated fuller freedom of imagination and experience.
'The Son of Man' is an iconic self protrait that captures René Magritte's surrealist symbols and themes.
11x14 matted print, including matting
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