The Magritte Museum houses a large collection of his works, about 200 pieces. From the top floor, where the tour starts, you follow the phases of his life and art. The exposition embraces bio data, family photos and works, and an audio guide supplies a lot of interesting facts. His study of metamorphosis, for instance, how reality and unreality coexist and how they are reflected on the canvas. There’re several paintings where Magritte plays with light and darkness merging these opposites into a single unity, Dominion of Light, if I remember right. It is enchanting! And Black Magic, too, where a female figure placed against the sky background blends with the clouds and sky.
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