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The works of Rene Magritte. Rene Magritte Castle in The Pyrenees 1959. Rene Magritte The Companions of Fear 1942. Rene Magritte The Lovers 1928. SALVADOR DALi 1904 -- 1989. - Spanish painter. ~ Aim: To project the world of dreams as convincingly as possible.

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Rene Magritte

Castle in The Pyrenees

1959

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Rene Magritte

The Companions of Fear

1942

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Rene Magritte

The Lovers

1928

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SALVADOR DALi

1904 -- 1989

- Spanish painter.

~ Aim: To project the world of dreams as convincingly as possible.

- From childhood, he was subjected to hallucinations & acts of sudden & uncontrollable violence.

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* Important works created between 1929 to 1939.

- Developed his ‘paranoiac-critical’ method.

~ Proposed ‘a paranoiac and active advance of mind’ which would release from the unconscious, images of force and power that they in turn would react upon it, thereby affecting the deepest sources of individual & social action.

The Invisible Man

1929-31

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http://www.verotika.org/dali1.html

The Metamorphosis of Narcissus

1937

51 cm x 76 cm

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Ballerina in Death’s Head

1939

24.5 x 19.5 cm

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Salvador Dali

The Persistence of Memory

1931

24 cm x 33 cm

http://momawas.moma.org/collection/depts/paint_sculpt/blowups/paint_sculpt_016.html

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Soft Construction with Boiled Beans:

Premonition of Civil War

1936

http://www.nowsurrealgalleries.co.uk/view_pic.php3?pid=576&aid=44

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Sleep

1937

http://users3.ev1.net/~rooftopyawp/dalisleep.html

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Homage to Newton

Bronze with dark patina

Signed and numbered 5/8

Casted in 1985

388 x 210 x 133 cm

UOB Plaza, Singapore

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In the 17th century, Sir Isaac Newton discovered the law of gravity. Legend tells us that origin of this most important and fundamental physical law was initiated by the falling of an apple, represented in the present work by the ball falling from the right hand.

Salvador Dali, one of the most important surrealist artists, takes the liberty to go even further in paying homage to Newton by opening up the torso of the figure and suspending the heart to indicate 'open-heartedness'. The open head represents an 'open-mind'. These are two necessary qualities for the discovery of important natural laws as well as for success of all human endeavours.

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M C Escher

Reptiles

1943

Lithograph

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Lucia Hartini

(Indonesia)

Spying Eyes On

1989

Oil on canvas