Not only did he start producing surrealist paintings and developing his mature style but he experimented with painting words on canvases.
By the time he'd moved to Paris in Magritte painted a crude image of a pipe and labeled the painting La Pipe. The same year,Magritte published an essay entitled "Les Mots et Les Image" in which he points out by means of little sketches a number of relations between words and paintings.
For Magritte this established one of his fundamental concepts: Thus on the canvas his famous painting of a pipe he writes Ceci N'est Pas Une Pipe "This is not pipe" meaning that in fact it's just a painting of a pipe.
That painting is a representation of an image but never the real image. Magritte contributed an article about words and images to Breton's La Revolution Surrealiste and his painting, The Hidden Woman, adorned the cover. In this text Magritte declared, among other things, that "an object does not care so much for its name that another name could not be found that would be more convenient" a notion that seems to have influenced Jasper Johnsthat "a word is sometimes used only to designate itself," and that "sometimes the name of an object takes the place of an image.
His first painting done in Paris was the Muscles of the Sky where he cut pieces of the sky and gave turned the pieces into comic life forms.
His stay in Paris produce several of his most popular works including: Magritte Gallery Georgette with Bilboquet- Jan. Master of the Revels Le Maitre du Plaisir - Early In The Master of the Revels, which was painted within the first couple of months ofthe picture world is connected, literally, to the real world with a piece of black string.
The Master walks the tightrope between the painting's reality and outside world. Bizarre as the Master appears, he really looks like the tribal dancer. The drawing is reproduced by David Sylvester in his catalogue of Magritte's work, Catalogue Raissone.
The other obvious distortion is putting the clouds which should be behind the plant in front of it.
Two nude women stand shrouded back to back, their abdomens replaced by a clockwork mechanism. They may be one and the same figure shown as a reflection. Magritte's dismantling of the represented object, the deconstruction of anatomy, as it can be termed, is effected in gradual stages.
It begins by tentatively moving away from the finiteness of form in a way that destabilises the individual shape: The body is, once again, sliced horizontally, but instead of being dispersed, the parts retain their original sequence. They are distanced by means of divergent scaling.
Whilst being firmly rooted in segmentation, the painting points the way to 'stratification.
Curiously, the mountains are heart-like organs with veins. The original version was completed in during Magritte's early prolific years of surrealism and is currently held in in a private collection. A later version was completed in and is also held in a private collection.
The version contains a number of curious elements, some of which are common to many of Magritte's works. In other instances, such as here with The Difficult Crossing, the bilboquet is given the anthropomorphic feature of a single eye. Another common feature of Magritte's works seen here is the ambiguity between windows and paintings.
The back of the room shows a boat in a thunderstorm, but the viewer is left to wonder if the depiction is a painting or the view out a window. Magritte elevated the idea to another level in his series of works based on The Human Condition where "outdoor" paintings and windows both appear and even overlap.
Note also that the front right leg of the table resembles a human leg and the hand resembles a mannequin hand. In the version, a number of elements have changed or disappeared.
Instead of taking place in a room, the action has moved outside. Near the front a low brick wall is seen with a bilboquet behind and a suited figure with an eyeball for a head in front.
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