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René Magritte
Shéhérazade, 1948
60 x 50 cm
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Sheherazade is one of multiple paintings that Rene Magritte made on the theme of the titular storyteller from the Arabian Nights, whose role was to deliver such well-known tales as Aladdin and Ali Baba. René Magritte Shéhérazade is symbolic of wealth, exoticism and even eroticism. The face that appears before us is feminine and sensual, making it appear as if we are staring at a veiled woman from a mythical harem. Th ... View more
Framed size: 61 x 51 cm Image size: 60 x 50 cm
High quality aluminium floater frame. 6 cm depth x 1.5 cm border width.
High-rendered print, mounted on Alu Dibond. Powered by LITO Hi-Rnd© technology.
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GTIN: 9180012570218
René Magritte
1898-1967, Belgium, Surrealism
In the 1920’s, a Belgian artist began creating thought-provoking images that challenged people’s preconceived perceptions of reality. His public image of an average man in suit and bowler hat, living in the suburban anonymity of Brussels, was designed to defeat inquiries into his personal life. René François Ghislain M ... See more on artist page
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As Magritte once said, “Shéhérazade is the name given to the woman-pearl in memory of the Thousand and One Nights”. The legendary storyteller from the Arabian Nights inspired Magritte a lot, as he painted a whole series of works using this theme.
Adnan Abbasi
Here, Magritte really invented a new way of shaping silhouette: using a pearl necklace with three symmetrical loops, he gives life to a mysterious being. Magritte’s playfulness is at his best in this painting as well as in all of his Shéhérazade art pieces
Victoria Gandit
A strange character this Shéhérazade, made of pearls and whose skin seems to blend with the curtains. The body has no importance, rather it’s the captivating soul that Magritte manifests here. A way to represent only the essential.
Nathan Clements Gillespie
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