The Treachery of Images, 1928-29
The Human Condition, 1933
The Listening Room, 1952
René Magritte (1898-1967) was a Belgian artist of the Surrealist movement. Despite being recognised as one of the most well-known artists of the 20th century, Magritte didn’t really find much success until the 1950s. Like other surrealist artists, particularly Dalí, Magritte often used repeated imagery and symbols in his work, such as apples, suited men, covered faces and italic text.