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Renè-François Magritte, nasce il 21 novembre del 1898 a Lessines in Belgio.(cartina)

La famiglia di Renè composto dal: padre, Lèopold Magritte che era un commerciante, madre Regina Bertinchamps era una ex- sarta, e due fratelli, Renè è il fratello maggiore; è una famiglia che si trasferisce spesso.

Nella vita di Renè Magritte successe un fatto molto importante: la morte di sua madre Regina, che avvenne nel 1912 gettandosi nel fiume Sambre.

L’hanno ritrovata nuda con il viso coperto da una camicia da notte.

E questo a Renè rimase molto impresso, così che in alcune sue opere sono rappresentati visi velati.

Nel 1916 dopo gli studi classici, Renè si iscrive all’accademia di Belle Arti di Bruxelles, trasferendosi a Bruxelles.

A partire dal 1920, lavora come disegnatore di carte da parati per poi passare alla creazione di manifesti pubblicitari.

Nel 1922 si sposa con Georgette Berger.

L’anno successivo Renè rimase impressionato dal:

Canto d’Amore di Giorgio de Chirico (foto)

E grazie a questa opera iniziò nel 1925 a dare una volta al suo stile passando da una pittura di tipo cubista e futurista ad una pittura surrealista.(foto)

Il cubismo e il futurismo.

Nel 1927 a Bruxelles ci fu la prima esposizione unicamente delle opere di Magritte nella galleria: Le Centaure.

Poi insieme a sua moglie si sposta a Parigi.

Magritte quest’anno si unisce al gruppo surrealista

francese, diventando così amico di André Breton, Paul Eluard, Hans Arp, Joan Mirò e Salvador Dalì

Nel 1928 partecipa all’Exposition surréaliste e diventa un elemento importante del movimento.

In quel anno muore il padre di Magritte a 58 anni.

Negli anni seguenti, li ha passati la maggior parte in Belgio.

Poi dopo l’invasione tedesca lascia il Belgio e trascorre insieme alla moglie per tre mesi a Carcassonne, che si trova al sud della Francia.

Nel 1943 cambia la sua tecnica di pittura e diventa un neoimpressionista.

Questo periodo durerà circa 4 anni e questo arco di tempo viene comunemente chiamato: “Periodo Renoir”. Nel 1948 il pittore belga entra nel periodo: Vache. Fece un gruppo di disegni, basandosi sulle stile dei fumetti e delle caricature. Era una provocazione rivolta al pubblico di Parigi.

Vache in francese non vuol dire solo mucca ma anke: crudo, scherzoso e cattivo.

E infine passati 19 anni il 15 agosto morte di René Magritte, nel suo domicili di rue des Mimosas, dopo un breve periodo in ospedale. Aveva 69 anni.

In inglese:


François-René Magritte was born on November 21, 1898 in Lessines in Belgium. (Map)

The family of Rene composed of: father, Leopold Magritte who was a merchant, mother Regina Bertinchamps was a former seamstress, and two brothers, Rene is the older brother, is a family who moves frequently.

In the life of René Magritte happened a very important fact: the death of his mother Queen, which took place in 1912 by throwing himself into the River Sambre.

They found him naked with his face covered by a nightgown.

And this was very impressed with Rene, so that in some of his works are represented faces veiled.

In 1916, after studying the classics, Renee Accademia di Belle Arti in Brussels and moved to Brussels.

Beginning in 1920, works as a designer of wallpaper and then move on to creating posters.

In 1922 he married Georgette Berger.

The following year he was impressed by Renè:

Love Song of Giorgio de Chirico (photo)

And thanks to this work began in 1925 to give time to his style from a painting by cubist and futurist kind of a surrealist painting. (Photo)

Cubism and Futurism.

In 1927 in Brussels there was only the first exhibition of works by Magritte in the gallery: Le Centaure.

Then with his wife moved to Paris.

Magritte this year joined the surrealist group

French, becoming a friend of André Breton, Paul Eluard, Hans Arp, Joan Miro and Salvador Dali

In 1928 he participated all'Exposition surréaliste and becomes an important element of the movement.

In that year her father died at 58 years of Magritte.

In subsequent years, they spent the most in Belgium.

Then after the German invasion of Belgium and leaves his wife to spend three months in Carcassonne, which lies to the south of France.

In 1943 he changed his technique of painting and became a Neo-Impressionism.

This period will last about 4 years and this period is commonly called "period Renoir." In 1948 the Belgian artist enters the period: Vache. He took a group of drawings, based on the style of comics and cartoons. It was a provocation to the public in Paris.

Vache in French is not just about cows but anke: raw, playful and bad.

And finally past 19 years August 15 death of Rene Magritte, in his home in the rue des Mimosas, after a brief period in hospital.

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  • 1 decennio fa
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    La traduzione e' fatta con un traduttore e non fa molto senso, per tradurti tutto cio' che hai scritto letteralmente ci impiego molto tempo che oggi non ho a disposizione.Ti faccio un compromesso leggi questo:

    Magritte was born in Lessines, in the province of Hainaut, in 1898, the eldest son of Léopold Magritte, who was a tailor and textile merchant, and Régina (née Bertinchamps), a milliner until her marriage. Little is known about Magritte's early life. He began lessons in drawing in 1910. On 12 March 1912, his mother committed suicide by drowning herself in the River Sambre. This was not her first attempt; she had made many over a number of years, driving her husband Léopold to lock her into her bedroom. One day she escaped, and was missing for days. She was later discovered a mile or so down the river, dead. According to a legend, 13 year old Magritte was present when her body was retrieved from the water, but recent research has discredited this story, which may have originated with the family nurse.The image of his mother floating, her dress obscuring her face, may have influenced a 1927–1928 series of paintings of people with cloth obscuring their faces, including Les Amants, but Magritte disliked this explanation.

    Magritte's earliest paintings, which date from about 1915, were Impressionistic in style.From 1916 to 1918 he studied at the Académie Royale des Beaux-Arts in Brussels, but found the instruction uninspiring. The paintings he produced during the years 1918–1924 were influenced by Futurism and by the offshoot of Cubism practiced by Metzinger.Most of his works of this period are female nudes.In 1922 Magritte married Georgette Berger, whom he had met as a child in 1913. Before they were married, Magritte went overseas to serve in the Belgian infantry in Leopoldsberg, Austria, and Antwerp, Belgium from 1921 to the first half of 1922. He worked as a draughtsman in a wallpaper factory, and was a poster and advertisement designer until 1926, when a contract with Galerie la Centaure in Brussels made it possible for him to paint full-time. In 1926, Magritte produced his first surreal painting, The Lost Jockey (Le jockey perdu), and held his first exhibition in Brussels in 1927. Critics heaped abuse on the exhibition. Depressed by the failure, he moved to Paris where he became friends with André Breton, and became involved in the surrealist group. Having made little impact in Paris, Magritte returned to Brussels in 1930 and resumed working in advertising.He and his brother, Paul, formed an agency which earned him a living wage.Surrealist patron Edward James allowed Magritte, in the early stages of his career, to stay rent free in his London home and paint. James is featured in two of Magritte's pieces, Le Principe du Plaisir (The Pleasure Principle) and La Reproduction Interdite.During the German occupation of Belgium in World War II he remained in Brussels, which led to a break with Breton. He briefly adopted a colorful, painterly style in 1943–44, an interlude known as his "Renoir Period", as a reaction to his feelings of alienation and abandonment that came with living in German occupied Belgium. In 1946, renouncing the violence and pessimism of his earlier work, he joined several other Belgian artists in signing the manifesto Surrealism in Full Sunlight.During 1947–48—Magritte's "Vache Period"—he painted in a provocative and crude Fauve style. During this time, Magritte supported himself through the production of fake Picassos, Braques and Chiricos—a fraudulent repertoire he was later to expand into the printing of forged banknotes during the lean postwar period. This venture was undertaken alongside his brother Paul Magritte and fellow Surrealist and 'surrogate son' Marcel Marien, to whom had fallen the task of selling the forgeries.At the end of 1948, he returned to the style and themes of his prewar surrealistic art.His work was exhibited in the United States in New York in 1936 and again in that city in two retrospective exhibitions, one at the Museum of Modern Art in 1965, and the other at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 1992.

    Magritte died of pancreatic cancer on 15 August 1967 in his own bed, and was interred in Schaarbeek Cemetery, Brussels.

  • Anonimo
    1 decennio fa

    sembra scrito bene... prova a guardare su google in strumenti per le lingue

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