Definition of Magritte
1. Noun. Belgian surrealist painter (1898-1967).
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Literary usage of Magritte
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Marianne Moore: Vision Into Verse by Patricia C. Willis (1987)
"The magritte picture portrays a house among dark trees, lit by a lamppost, all set against a ... Rene magritte. Domain of Lights. Oil on canvas, 1953-54. ..."
2. Wisdom for the Soul: Five Millennia of Prescriptions for Spiritual Healing by Larry Chang (2006)
"Rene magritte, 1898-1967 ~ in magritte: The True Art of Painting, 1979 What we call reality is an agreement that people have arrived at to make life more ..."
3. Archaeology of Houses and Households in Ancient Crete by Kevin Glowacki, Natalia Vogeikoff-Brogan (2008)
"magritte seems to ask. Is it body size, facial structure, bodily proportions, or the amount and configuration of hair? We, too, might ask, "What makes a ..."
4. Useful Knowledge: The American Philosophical Society Millennium Program by Alexander G. Bearn, American Philosophical Society (1999)
"... M. Foucault, This is not a pipe (with ill. and letters by René magritte; trans, and edited by James Harkness), Berkeley: University of California Press, ..."
5. Adventure Guides Italian Riviera: San Remo, Portofino & Genoa by Amy Finley (2006)
"A contemporary gallery presents some modern works by Picasso, magritte, de Chirico, Twombly and others. (Open October-March, Monday, Wednesday, ..."
6. Munich by Dan Colwell (2001)
"The collection has some impressive 20th-century international art— works by Picasso, Braque, magritte, Matisse, Dali, Francis Bacon and de Chirico. ..."