René Magritte

René Magritte, born on November 21, 1898, in Lessines, Belgium, was a prominent Belgian surrealist artist. He is celebrated for his thought-provoking and enigmatic paintings, often featuring everyday objects in unusual and dreamlike contexts. Magritte's work challenged conventional notions of reality and perception. He gained international recognition for his distinctive style and continued to influence the surrealist art movement. Magritte passed away on August 15, 1967, leaving a profound impact on the world of art.